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The 10 Best Products to Help Cure Your Pimples Scars NATURALLY.

Pimples breakouts can be really frustrating because firstly it gives the skin a dull-looking appearance, and once they pop will also leave scars on the face and other areas of the body. If you are suffering from pimple scars, don’t worry you are not alone. 85% of the world population is also in the same situation as you! 

So what causes pimples scars? Typically, these marks are the result of inflammation caused by skin pores engorged with excess oil, bacteria and dead cells. When the pore swells, it causes a break in the follicle wall. The infected material spills out and destroys healthy skin tissue, creating an acne scar. The body’s natural response to treat the scar is repairing the broken tissues with new collagen fibres. To heal the wound the body sometimes produces too much collagen. Collagen is the stuff scars are made of. They are a very strong and flexible protein that heal an open-pore fast but before the are so strong will create uneven or discoloured scar marks. 

Though there’s no special wand to heal the scar overnight the best prevention is to not squeeze the pimples. No matter how tempting it might be to pop a pimple, don’t do it! We urge you to not squeeze a pimple because it can push all of that infected material deeper into your pores and aggravate the issue. That is the quickest shortcut to an unsightly scar on your face. Resist the urge and instead, allow the blemish to heal on its own. Even then it will leave you with a scar but a smaller one.

Today, there are so many ways to treat pimple scar, one of it is to cure pimple naturally at home. In this article, Beauty Insider Malaysia has explored the 10 best products infused with natural ingredients to cure pimple scars that are backed by scientific explanation!

1. Lemon

Lemon is most probably the best choice to cure pimples marks because of the alpha-hydroxy acids (AHA) in it that has all the healing properties your skin needs. Skincare company calls lemon as the natural bleach and it is the most common ingredient you can find in any products for acne healing. Lemons can really help new cells to grow and lighten the existing scar marks. 

How to use: Squeeze out the lemon juice and rub it over the scar. Leave it on for about 15 minutes then rinse it off with lukewarm water. Lemons can make your skin really sensitive towards to sunlight so be sure to use a thick moisturizer with SPF after applying lemon on your skin. 

2. Sandalwood Powder

Sandalwood is great for treating pimple scars because it contains curcumin, a compound with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that reduce excess production of melanin. Melanin is the compound which adds pigmentation to your scar and makes it darker. Sandalwood can fix this discolouration and give your skin a glow. Plus, sandalwood is also used as antiseptic to treat wounds so it won’t leave with you with any sort of irritation or allergies.

How To Use: Mix sandalwood powder with cold water to get a thick paste. Then apply the paste on your skin. Leave the paste for around 20-30 min to dry it. Rinse thoroughly with cold water. Use mix sandalwood with plain yoghurt or honey for the best result.

3. Aloe Vera

The best way to treat a pimple scar if by keeping it moisturized so that new cells grow over it fast. Aloe vera can do just that. The antioxidants in aloe vera can firstly reduce the swelling and redness of the pimple, while its natural astringent removes excess oil and dead cells. The best thing about aloe vera is that it doesn’t really need measurements. If you can grow the plant at home, even better! 

How To Use: Just scrape the gel off the leaf and lather it over the scar. Cover it for about 15 minutes. It might feel weird and sticky but your skin will absorb the moist and gives a glow throughout the day.

4. Tea Tree Oil

Tea tree oil is extracted from the leaves of Melaleuca Alternifolia, a small tree native to Queensland and New South Wales, Australia. Just for the record, it is not the plant that produces leaves to make teas!

Tea tree oil has been used as traditional medicine by Aborigines for centuries. These native Australians crush tea tree leaves to extract the oil, which is then used to treat many health and skin condition, one of which is to treat pimple scars. This is because tea tree oil contains a number of compounds, that can kill certain bacteria, viruses and fungi. These germ-fighting properties make tea tree oil a valued natural remedy for treating bacterial and fungal skin conditions, preventing infection and promoting healing.

How To Use:  Tea tree oil is available as 100% undiluted, but it is not advised to apply undiluted form on your skin. It is very potent and might cause skin irritation or redness. So, mix one teaspoon of tea tree oil with 2 teaspoons of water. Then, dip a cotton swab into the mixture and apply it to affected areas. Leave it on for 15-20 minutes then rinse it off with lukewarm water. Repeat this process 1–2 times per day, as needed.

5. Papaya

Papaya can is a great help to treat discolouration caused by pimple thanks to its high lightening properties such as Vitamin A and papain. The Vitamin A in papaya increases your collagen levels which can help break down the protein fast which means reduces the pigmentation.  Papain, on the other hand, acts as a natural exfoliator and helps the skin repair itself and get rid of dead skin cells, which will prevent your skin from breaking out in the future. This results in a dewy and incredibly soft skin. On top of these, papaya also contains a high number of antioxidants, which keep your skin moisturized at all time. 

How To Use: Mash a few pieces of papaya like a paste and apply it on the face. Leave it on for 20 minutes before rinsing it off with water. Alternatively, just eat them but don’t overeat them because consumed in overly large doses, the papain enzyme can damage the oesophagus and cause irritation. Papaya is not suitable for pregnant women! 

Best Papaya Product to Try: Avon Naturals Papaya Whitening Cleanser.

6. Cucumber

Cucumber is 96% water, so eating or applying it to your skin can keep the skin and body hydrated. The cooling and soothing properties of cucumber can help add more moist to the dry dead scar. Cucumbers naturally deliver inflammation-fighting vitamin C and caffeic acid, these nutrients can provide a positive effect for rejuvenating your complexion. The juice of a cucumber can not only reduce swelling of the affected area, but it can also soothe damaged skin and make your skin look and feel refreshed. This is due to cucumber’s vitamin C and folic acid content.

How To Use: Wash, peel of the skin and slice a cucumber to a few small pieces. Add it to a pan with enough water to cover the cucumber pieces. Heat over a low flame for roughly 5-7 minutes before transferring the contents to a blender or food processor and blending until smooth. From there, pour the mixture through a fine-mesh sieve or squeeze with a cloth to remove any unblended pieces. Apply the mesh, to your face. Feel free to add a teaspoon of rose water or plain yoghurt for a quicker fix. Alternatively, you can just eat cucumbers!

7. Honey

Honey is an excellent source of antioxidants. Numerous studies have found applying honey to the skin is very effective at reducing acne. This is because of the antibacterial properties of which is perfect to cure pimple scar. Honey also has a high content of vitamin B3 and. fatty acids. They are great to fight bacteria and reduce inflammation, which are two factors that trigger acne.

How to Use: Apply raw honey onto the scar. Rinse it off after 10-15 minutes. Alternatively, mix 2 tablespoons honey and 1 teaspoon cinnamon together to form a paste. After cleansing, apply the mask to your face and leave it on for 10–15 minutes. Rinse the mask off completely and pat your face dry.

8. Tomato

The natural acids present in tomato bring the natural oils of the skin into balance and tighten large pores. They also can help to cure large pores, soothe sunburn, and revive dull skin. The antioxidants in tomato, especially lycopene, fight cellular damage and skin inflammation. Studies have shown that eating tomatoes also protect the skin from the ill effects of sun exposure.

How To Use: Squeeze out the pulp of the tomato and apply this as a face pack on your face and neck. Let it dry for 10 to 12 minutes and then rinse. Mix tomato juice with cucumber juice for a better result.

9.  Plain Yoghurt

Yoghurt tightens the large pores and also reduces skin blemishes. The lactic acid present in it is responsible for the pore tightening effects. Also, this lactic acid is helpful in removing dead cells and impurities from the face. 

How To Use:  Apply yoghurt to the affected area and leave it on for about 20 minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water. Do this twice a week. You can also mix it with sandalwood powder to make a thick paste. 

10. Green Tea

Green tea is very high in antioxidants, and drinking it can promote good health. Though there aren’t that many scientific evidence to prove that drinking green tea can help heal scar but applying it directly to the skin has been shown to help. This is likely because the flavonoids and tannins in green tea are known to help fight bacteria and reduce inflammation, which are two main causes of acne. Multiple studies have shown that applying a 2–3% green tea extract to the skin significantly reduces sebum production and pimples in those with acne. Drinking green tea may not have a direct impact on fixing the flaw on the skin, but it is beneficial in making you less acne-prone. For example, drinking green tea can lower blood sugar and insulin levels, which are factors that can contribute to the development of pimple.

How To Use: Boiling water for 3–4 minutes, then add a green tea bag to the water. Let it boil for another 3-4 minutes. Allow the tea to cool for a minute or two then use a cotton ball to dip the green tea then dap it on the affected areas. You can also pour it into a spray bottle then spritz on the scar. Allow it to dry, then rinse with water and pat dry. You can also add the remaining tea leaves to honey and make a mask.