Treating Acne with Natural Products

Aloe vera, Neem and Basil (Tulasi) leaves are such great acne fighters that we can easily get. These can take your skin into the acne free zone 😉

BoN ( stands for Bio Organic and Natural ) for everyone is a natural, organic brand, they have so many beautiful products such as cleansers, soap, Aloevera gel etc which is

  • Handmade
  • Eco friendly
  • Vegan
  • Cruelty free
  • No Artificial Fragrance

I will definitely try their cleanser soon which has the cutest packaging. They offer free international shipping over 75 USD

Step 1 – Cleanse with NEEM SOAP :

Neem has antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties among other wonderful benefits which will keep the skin soft, supple, and protected from eczema, infections, acne, oily skin, dry skin, etc.

The soap doesn’t comes in a cover or a cardboard box. It comes in a natural packaging that is covered by natural leaf which makes it different.

Ingredients:  Organic corn oil , Organic Coconut oil , Organic Castor Oil , Organic Neem oil , Olive oil , Caustic lye , Demineralized water, Aloe gel , Wheat germ oil ,herbal oil , Extract of green tea & Neem , Natural fragrance of black pepper , Frankincense ,Eucalyptus & Natural preservative salinatural TCLS

This Neem soap is particularly beneficial for sensitive skin types although it is for all. It does have the fragrance of the essential oils added which is not strong. It works great especially on oily skin than dry skin. I use the soap with my  trusty Konjac Sponge to cleanse.  It removes the excess oil on the skin without stripping it. It maintain the natural oil without making the skin dry. The Neem in it helps removing acne causing bacteria and helps to maintain clear skin.

100 g of soap costs Rs 152 which is lesser than 10 AED/ 3 USD

 

Step 2 – Face Mask : 

This face mask contains only one natural ingredient which is dried Basil leaves. sometimes i add neem leaves too. since i am using neem soap and aloe vera gel with neem, i haven’t added neem for now. The leaves should not be dried under the sun, Let them dry under the shadow. Once they dried well, put it in a blender to make it as a powder.

Some of the Benefits of Basil leaves :

  • Prevents Acne
  • Reduce Blackheads
  • Anti ageing properties

Use Rose water or just water to make it as a thin paste. Spread it over the face and keep it for 2o mins as a mask and wash it off or just keep it for 10 mins and gently massage as a scrub to remove the dead skin, then wash off with lukewarm water. I use this mask once a week.

Don’t forget to do the patch test first.

Step 3 – Moisturise with ALOE VERA GEL :

This gel heals scrapes, wounds, bites, burns, acne, stretch marks, scars, post – surgical reconstructions, athlete’s foot, psoriasis, eczema, itching skin, sunburned & damaged skin, after shave discomforts, and baby rashes.

It comes in a transparent plastic tub. The gel is in beautiful light green colour. It has a strong fragrance like a neem soap. It will go away after like 5 mins. To my oily skin, its acts like a gel moisturiser. It get absorbed into skin within seconds.

I use it in the morning time after cleansing, it keeps my skin hydrated and soothes any inflammation. I also use it after threading, it heals the place. Aloe vera is very helpful in removing acne scars. With regular use, you can see scars fading.

It costs Rs 136 for 100 g of tub. ( which is 7 AED / 2 USD )

 

 

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13 thoughts on “Treating Acne with Natural Products

  1. Need to try this out since I cannot get rid of pimples! Sometimes my skin looks good for two days and I am super happy, but then after that a pimple pops up and it is like this since I turned twelve. I have tried a lot and I do take good care of my skin! Really fed up with this right now haha. 🙂

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  2. thanks for this post. it’s definitely worth trying. i’ve been using turmeric to spot-treat pimples, which always works, due to turmeric’s anti-bacterial/anti-inflammatory properties, but my skin stays yellow a day after. 🙂

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