Tea tree oil is antibacterial & anti-inflammatory, which may kill acne-causing bacteria & reduce swelling and redness of pimples.
Apple cider vinegar's organic acids, like citric acid, have been found to fight bacteria and fungi. Citric acid may kill P. acnes while lactic acid may improve acne scars.
Resveratrol in red grape skin has bactericidal activity against the bacteria that causes acne. Rubbing grape flesh on the face and neck can serve as an easy facial cleanser.
Jojoba oil is extracted from the jojoba shrub seeds and may help repair damaged skin, speed up wound healing, and reduce skin inflammation.
Cucumbers can soothe skin by reducing irritation, swelling, and pain, potentially relieving acne-related inflammation.
Green tea extract can help reduce sebum production and pimples in acne-prone skin, according to a 2020 study. It can be applied topically or found in skincare products.
Zinc's anti-inflammatory properties make it a potential acne treatment, but research on its effectiveness is conflicting. Applying it directly to the skin may yield better results.
Honey's antibacterial properties may help heal wounds and acne. Apply for 30 min and rinse.
Rosemary extract has antioxidant, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties that can reduce inflammation caused by P. acnes.
Coconut oil has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial compounds that can reduce acne-causing bacteria, swelling, and redness.