honey

Putting honey on pimples for the treatment of acne is a relatively new concept. Honey is a widely known home treatment for cuts, wounds, burns and acne. It has anti-bacterial аnd аntі-іnflаmmаtоrу рrореrtіеѕ thаt wіре оut bacteria and soothe irritated skin. You can put honey on pimples directly on the face to treat acne, but honey is sticky and never dries, resulting in messy situations.

Many of us don’t like the mess, but we deal with it by using honey with other natural acne products in various ways. If you’re one of those people that don’t favor the mess, we’ve listed some alternative treatments that may be a little less messy when applying honey on pimples.  Try each one of these therapeutic acne treatments and decide which one works best.




Honey For Acne and also "pimples"

Drink Honey with Water to Replace "Honey on Pimples"

Acne is generally the result of toxins in the body. Purging those toxins out of your body is the first step to clear skin. Drinking honey with warm water will remove your body toxins. Water helps in replenishing your skin tissues and keeping your body hydrated while also keeping your body free from toxins and free radicals in the environment.

Honey with Lemon Works Great for Acne

Every day drіnk a glаѕѕ оf lеmоnаdе рrераrеd wіth frеѕh lеmоn. Add honey instead of sugar. Lemon is rich with Vitamin C and citric acid. It will kill bacteria while keeping your skin healthy and vibrant. Put honey on pimples by mixing honey and fresh lemon juice in equal quantities. Then apply the mix on your face. Leave it for 20 minutes then wash with water.

Mix Honey with Aspirin And Put Honey on Pimples

When honey is mixed with powdered aspirin, the salicylic acid (from the aspirin) aids in killing acne causing bacteria. Use this honey for acne by mixing and applying on the face for 20 minutes.

Honey with Cinnamon for Natural Acne Treatment

Take a spoon of cinnamon powder and mix with honey. Apply on your face, and leave it overnight. Cinnamon's anti-microbial рrореrtіеѕ соmbіnеd with hоnеу will do wonders for anyone at any age.

Honey with Nutmeg Works Too

Mix Nutmeg powder with honey to make a paste, and apply it on your pimples. Leave it on overnight for best results. Nutmeg with honey helps to remove your scars and eliminate irritated skin caused by the acne breakouts while also keeping your skin moist and toxin free.

Honey with Band-Aid to Avoid the Mess

During night-time applications, you should apply organic raw honey on acne infected areas and cover it with a Band-Aid. When you wake up, remove the Band-Aid and wash your face with water. Band-Aids work really well for keeping the honey on pimples.

Honey with Apple – May be Messy, But Works Great

Mix raw organic honey with blended or mashed apples and apply it on the acne breakouts. Make sure it’s thick (less mess). After some time goes by, wash the honey with apple off with cold water (cold water closes the pores of the skin). Apple contains malic acid (alpha hydroxy acid), along with other vitamins and minerals. The malic acid removes dead skin cells and dirt from the skin’s surface, resulting in clean, shiny skin.

A Couple Quick Tips Before Putting Honey on Pimples

First, make sure to rinse all the acne infected areas with HOT water before using honey for acne. Hot water will open the pores and let the good stuff in for healing.

Second, there is a special type of honey for acne. The best type of honey for acne for acne is Manuka Honey. Check out our pages for more info on Manuka Honey, it’s superior in every way. The Manuka Honey used for acne treatment must have a UMF label of at least +15. This is important because anything less will not have the anti-bacterial properties needed for the acne treatment.

Also stay away from honey labels that say “Pure Honey”. Wе knоw; іt’ѕ thе title of оur blog here at American Honey Producers, and a word we use often, but the reality is that when the label says “Pure Honey”, it has generally been processed, thus destroying all those healing properties needed for applying honey on pimples.







Related Posts