Two Most Effective Herbal Treatments For Acne

By: Mansi Gupta | Posted: 12th March 2009

Person suffering from acne generally desires for the treatment suiting his budget despite its side effects. In this situation herbal acne treatment provides very viable option as it has been proved safe with a fewer side-effects as compared to other traditional methods. Herbal remedies under herbal treatment are gentle cleansers effective for various types of skins disease and very effective while curing acne.

In treating acne, herbal treatment is far better than other therapies that involve chemicals like antibiotics, prescription drugs, benzoyl peroxide, and salicylic acid. These chemical driven therapies sometimes lead to side effects in the form of irritation, redness, burn or even scars on the skin. Contrary, herbal treatment has been proved very effective in curing Acne over the skin without causing and side effects and harm to the skin.

Among the various herbal treatment for prevention and cure of acne, tea tree oil and green tea cream are termed very successful for being effective against acne. Tea tree oil is natural oil derived from a particular type of tea tree Melaleuca Alternifolia, found exclusively in Australia. Even though tea tree oil is being used from hundreds of years but it has been recently proved by the medical science as a viable anti bacterial agent. It is found that tea tree oil is as effective as benz oil peroxide solution, however, takes more time in treating acne without any side effects. For cost effectiveness one can go for several drops of tea tree oil directly on the acne without going for tea tree oil based expensive creams.

Green tea cream is the other most effective herbal remedy found to get rid of acne without any side effects. As compare to benzoil peroxide, green tea contains strong anti oxidant that works through deep levels into skin. It helps to remove the dead skin cells and oily stuff from skin without causing irritation and dryness.

Other herbal treatments which are used for acne prevention are chamomile, lavender, juniper, bergamot, dandelion root, and burdock root but tea tree oil and green tea cream founds to be more effective.
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