Tuesday, 8 July 2014

Home Made- Clove and Tulsi Gel for Acne & pimples

Hi All, 


Recently i have been facing several skin troubles, had been to a Dermatologist too as i contracted skin infection a month back. While i've recovered from infection but noticed that my acne (White Heads) and pimple are on full bloom.

Start devising my own ways to fight...
One out of that was to rely on safe home made recipes, so here is one of those which worked well on me.
it is Clove and Tulsi Gel ..





All you need is - 
1. Aloe Gel for base- 5 ml
2. Clove essential oil- 1 drop
3. Tulsi (Holy basil) extracts/essential oil.- 1 drop
I had Patanjali Aloe gel so used it.



Mix all the ingredients well...you have the gel ready. Keep it in refrigerator.

Application-

You may apply this in night as a thin layer on your face. it would surely stings a little for 2-3 seconds due to clove oil but if it persists, wash it immediately. You may dilute it by adding more gel (depends on your skin sensitivity).
it reduces inflammation, redness within 2-3 applications. Also helps in reducing acne and dark spots to a greater extent, if used constantly for long. Also if its cystic one, would transform to pustule and would finally resolve with outburst leaving no marks behind.(has experienced my self).
Benefits- 
Tulsi- Tulsi (Holy Basil) is an excellent anti biotic, germicidal, fungicidal and disinfectant and very efficiently protects our body from nearly all sorts of bacterial, viral and fungal infections. Applied locally, Tulsi juice is beneficial in the treatment of ringworm and other skin diseases and hence used in skin ointments. Tulsi (Holy Basil) is considered as a tonic to retain youth and avoid aging. Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Phytonutrients and the essential oils in Tulsi, are excellent anti oxidants and protects the body from nearly all the damages caused by the free radicals.



Clove oil - clove oil has analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiseptic and anesthetic properties. It is a potent essential oil that has burning and purifying properties. it helps to reduce the inflammation of painful pimples and kill the bacteria that can worsen breakouts. it is also used as a numbing agent due to its anesthetic properties and as a pain ailment due to its anti-inflammatory properties.
Aloe Gel- Can be used on all skin types. Aloe vera, which is also called the ‘burnt plant’ with its anti-inflammatory, anti-healing, healing and cooling properties, is the main ingredient in several skin care products. 

This was my preparation- hardly left with a small amount in my tub.





Precautions- Do take a patch test before using on face.

Tip - people with dry skin can replace Aloe gel with a nourishing carrier oil like jojoba or Almond oil.

Till then stay beautiful,




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