5 Natural Remedies to Achieve Blemish-Free Skin - Stabene
Tuesday, August 11, 2020

5 Natural Remedies to Achieve Blemish-Free Skin


Do you ever get those days where you just want to put a paper bag over your head to hide your marks and skin discoloration? Whether you only get occasional breakouts or you’re extremely blemish-prone, skin issues can take a toll on one’s self-confidence.

Like other health problems, blemishes can stem from numerous factors. Here are some of the most common causes of blemishing issues:

  • Hormones: Hormonal imbalance can cause acne and pimples, which then can leave unwanted marks.
  • Excessive oil production: Excessive oil clogs pores, which soon results to an acne burst. These pesky inflammations can leave behind scars and blemishes.
  • Lack of sleep, stress, and unhealthy eating habits: Stress and lack of sleep can induce hormonal imbalance. Moreover, an unhealthy diet composed of junk foods, sweets, and fatty food can show on your skin.
  • Multiple application of products: Testing out makeup products in different stores can easily transfer bacteria. Also, applying too many chemical products and cosmetics not only trigger an unsightly skin reaction but also lead to other skin issues.

5 Natural Ways to Treat Blemished Skin

The good news is, people don’t see these imperfections the same way as you do. Even better news, these home remedies can get effectively get rid of blemishes.

Honey and Turmeric

Honey contains natural anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial ingredients. Turmeric also carries anti-inflammatory properties, is rich is antioxidants, and is known for its brightening effects. Mix both components for an organic blemish-fighting mask. This mixture is the perfect treatment for acne; and lightening dark spots and stubborn marks.

Mix one tablespoon of honey and half a teaspoon of turmeric powder in a bowl. With a clean brush or your fingertips, apply a thin layer evenly over your dry, clean face. Leave it on for 10 to 20 minutes before rinsing it off with water. Note that the turmeric will temporarily stain the skin. Don’t panic if you look like a character from the Simpsons after washing it off. The color will eventually come off!

Apple Cider Vinegar

ACV is an all-natural astringent that contains anti-inflammatory components that help prevent and calm acne. It also lightens the skin, which helps fade blemished and pimple marks quickly. ACV is a powerful concentrate, so don’t apply it directly to the skin.

Dilute the substance with a ratio of 3 tablespoons of water to 1 tablespoon of ACV. Add more water if you think it’s still too strong. Use cotton balls when applying it on the face and wash it off after 15 minutes. For best results, apply the mixture at least twice a day.

Aloe Vera

This plant is known for its multiple healing properties. It’s rich in Vitamin C, E, and beta-carotene, which nourishes the skin. It’s a miracle plant that treats sunburn, moisturizes skin, and reduces acne. If you have one growing in your garden, best to reap its benefits.

Peel off the outer layer of the aloe Vera leaf and scrape off the gel. Apply it on the face and massage it as you do. Once it’s dry, rinse it with water.

Egg White

Egg whites carry natural enzymes that brighten blemishes and tones the skin. If the smell and consistency of eggs don’t make you squeamish, then crack one open to use it as a face mask.

Carefully remove the yolk, then put the egg white in a bowl. Grab a clean brush or use your fingers to apply it over your dry face. Leave it on for about 10 minutes before you wash it off with water. You’ll feel your skin tighten as it dries. After, pat your face clean and slather a layer of moisturizer.


Your go-to healthy dairy in the grocery isles don’t just satisfy your taste buds but also help you fight blemishes. Yogurts are packed with lactic acids, which serves as a lightening agent and exfoliant. Putting a yogurt mask at least twice a week can help prevent future breakouts that can leave blemishes behind.

Mix two tablespoons of plain yogurt, a pinch of turmeric, and half a teaspoon of gram flour. Mix the ingredients well and apply a layer over your face. Let it sit for 20 minutes and once dry, rinse it off with water. There isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution to skin problems, and praying for it to disappear won’t help. Some of these natural remedies have been around for centuries practiced by your ancestors. Try these simple at-home treatments to achieve healthy and radiant skin.

Valerie Chua
the authorValerie Chua
Valerie Chua is a seasoned writer from Go Globe living in the Philippines. She is an expert in everything about gadgets and technology, lifestyle and travelling.

Leave a Reply