How To Remove Pimples: Many times such pimples come on our face which does not take the name of leaving, even if somehow they are removed then its stains remain on the face, in such a situation drinking some drinks can be beneficial...
Home Remedies of Pimples and Acne: It is common to have pimples on the face in the teenage, but sometimes pimples do not leave behind even at the age of 25 to 30, so what can be done in such a situation? The reason for this acne can be our food habits and skin type. Due to acne, the beauty of our face gets spoiled and then we have to face embarrassment and low confidence. Come, today we will talk about anti-pimple drinks, and drinking which will make your face spotless.
Drink 'anti pimple drinks' to get rid of acne
1. Indian Gooseberry and Ginger
Amla is a fruit rich in medicinal properties, the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties present in it fight acne-causing bacteria. On the other hand, if you use ginger, it is also very effective. Mixing the juice of Indian gooseberry and ginger and drinking it brings a great glow to the face and removes spots.
2. Neem and Honey
Even though the taste of neem is bitter, we all are aware of its benefits. Due to the medicinal and anti-bacterial properties present in neem leaves, the pimples present on the face disappear. For this, keep neem leaves in a vessel of water until their color comes out, and then drink that water. If you want to reduce the bitterness of this drink, then mix honey in it.
3. Green Tea and Lemon
We all know that body weight can be reduced with the help of green tea and lemon, but you will be surprised to know that if a drink is prepared with the help of these two things, boils and pimples on the face are also removed. Can go. For this, squeeze the lemon juice into green tea and then drink it. Vitamin C in lemon and green tea has anti-oxidant properties which are very beneficial for the skin.
(Disclaimer: The information given here is based on home remedies and general information. Must take medical advice before adopting it. Kalamtimes does not confirm it.)