Tea tree oil.
Tea tree oil is a mild antiseptic and mild anti-inflammatory.Put few drops of tea tree oil on to a cotton pad and then gently tab onto your blemish.Leave it on overnight.
It has mild antiseptic and antibacterial properties.Make a paste of crushed garlic and water, applying it directly to the blemish, and then washing it off after 5 minutes.
Make a paste of three parts baking soda to one part water and rub into your face with gentle, circular strokes. Leave on for 5 minutes, then rinse off with warm water.Baking soda is drying and removes oil.
Apple cider vinegar.
For a DIY toner, dilute one part apple cider vinegar with three to four parts water, and then apply all over your face using a cotton ball or pad. “It may kill surface bacteria and give a mild chemical peel.
Like apple cider vinegar, lemon juice contains citric acid. It also boasts L-ascorbic acid, a natural astringent and antioxidant.Wipe it across your pimples with a cotton ball and leave on overnight.
The active ingredient in aspirin is salicylic acid.Crush one aspirin in water and make a paste and apply the paste directly to the pimple with a cotton swab and leave on for 10 minutes.Then rinse off with warm water.
The protein and vitamins in egg whites help to tighten and draw oils out of the skin, which may help unclog pores and reduce inflammation.Smear egg whites over your problem areas and leaving on 10 minutes before rinsing off with water.