rashes skin burns bumps on face and neck..

by shanaya

Hi, I have got acne as well as black spots with redness and itchiness near both eyes as well as lips....

I have dry skin and sensitive as well and acne prone..... What can I do to get relief??? Please suggest.

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Apr 05, 2018
Skin care remedies
by: Lezel

My daughter suffers from recurring bouts of acne as well as a burning rash that tends to turn into raised bumps over a short period of time. She's only 9, but since she was born with a very sensitive skin I've had to go through a period of trial and error in order to treat her various skin conditions safely and effectively. Here are a few of the tried and trusted natural home remedies that may be of help to you since your situation seems so simmilar.

1 teaspoon jojoba oil
1 teaspoon coconut oil
1/4 teaspoon oregano oil
1/4 teaspoon lemon juice
1/4 teaspoon chamomile

Add all into a small sauce pan on stove top and heat on low. Stir well until combined. Remove immediately and wait to cool to touch. Do not boil or overheat.
Using a flat cotton wool, gently rub onto face and neck area. Leave for 15 minutes then rinse off with lukewarm water and wash face with unsented white face soap.
Apply a thin layer of jojoba oil (for rash, bumps and burning skin) or coconut oil (for breakout, acne skin) after rinsing and drying. Leave in over night and repeat the process again the following day. If your skin tends to be too oily, add a few drops of lemon juice to your rinse water. Use this remedy twice a day, as your regular skin treatment over a long period of time. You should see results within a few short days. It works that quickly!

I hope you get relief soon. Good luck.

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