Fast Home Remedies for Cystic Acne Boils

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Cystic acne is a severe form of acne. It happens when a normal acne lesion erupts deep in the skin's epidermis. Most commonly seen in teenage men during puberty, cystic acne can cause emotional and physical distress. These lesions are highly visible and unsightly. There are many name-brand medicines that can help clear up cystic acne, but they can potentially aggravate the lesions with harsh ingredients and chemicals. Homeopathic remedies can help with the problem in a more holistic way.

Do Not Squeeze Cystic Lesions

  • Do not squeeze cystic acne formations. This may cause hyper-pigmentation and increase the spread of the cystic acne. Squeezing and manipulating the lesions will cause the infection to spread in the skin's epidermis and aggravate the cysts.

Baking Soda

  • Baking soda is a multipurpose agent that is used in cosmetics and can provide relief when applied topically. Mix equal parts baking soda and water to make a paste. Wash your face with the mixture. Baking soda will act as an astringent and remove excess skin oils. Add sea salt to the mixture to sooth inflamed cysts.

Honey/Aspirin Mask

  • Make a paste with aspirin. Crush a couple of tablets into powder form. Aspirin contains salicylic acid. The acid is a mild chemical exfoliant. By sloughing off dead skin cells, you allow the skin to breathe and reduce the chances of experiencing another bout of cystic acne. After washing your face, apply a dab of honey onto the skin. Honey is a natural moisturizer and an antibacterial agent.

Aloe Vera

Apple Cider Vinegar

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