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11 Home Remedies for Cystic Acne

 

If you’ve ever suffered from cystic acne, you KNOW how painful and embarrassing it can be. Cystic acne is basically the same as regular acne but times 1000. It can linger on for months, even years. It’s extremely painful, a lot bigger, a lot redder, and just overall very unpleasant. If you’ve tried over the counter medicines to treat cystic acne and that hasn’t worked, there ARE other ways you can try as well. These home remedies for cystic acne come highly recommended from people who have had cystic acne, including myself.

How Does Cystic Acne Form?

In short, acne causing bacteria gets under the skin and forms large, often painful bumps. These under the skin lesions cause skin inflammation, which can last for months or years if not treated. A cystic pimple is something to take seriously, as this type of acne is unlike regular breakouts. Below we’ve compiled 11 of the best home remedies for cystic acne. Before trying any of these home remedies, we do suggest you consult your dermatologist

Cystic Acne Home Remedy Recipes

#1. Ice

Ice works great when trying to reduce the size of your cystic acne, or any pimple for that matter! Although this wasn’t completely eliminate it, it WILL reduce the size. The best thing to do is apply ice immediately to the acne when you see it. Drop a couple of ice cubes in a sealable bag, and hold it against the affected area for 10-15 minutes. You should notice a big difference in the swelling.

#2. Apple Cider Vinegar

ACV is great for ALL skin ailments, but especially for acne-prone skin. ACV works as a natural astringent and toner that balances your skin’s pH levels. Basically, if used on a regular basis, it will restore your skin’s natural pH balance, which is one of the things that causes cystic acne in the first place. Mix equal parts AVC with equal parts water and apply all over face with a cotton ball. Leave it on overnight, and repeat the process every night before bed. Make sure you wash your face first!

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