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Get rid of acne fast overnight - Detailed Tips eliminate acne - Home Remedies - in this article I will give an explanation on how to eliminate acne completely, from a to z.
Have you ever woken up one day, feeling confident about the day ahead, and discovered a small but very ugly red dot on your face?
Yes, I’m talking about acne.
I have been suffering from this problem for a long, long time, and have always been keen on knowing how to get rid of it fast.
In fact there are hardly any products and remedies I have not tried…
Has this every happened to you?
- Every time you apply a brand new acne product at night, with all its promises, you are always disappointed when the morning arrives and you see little to no result. 
- Someone you have a crush on invites you for a date, but you have your face covered with these ugly acne, and worst still acne scars. You don’t know what to do, and start making up excuses of not meeting anyone, leave alone dates, as well as avoiding friends. 
Many people would either recommend a product that they’re using, or would suggest unheard of remedies, but NOTHING has ever worked. This is why I have discovered certain important things that I feel is so important for you to know.
What is acne?
Acne is a skin disease characterized by formation of pimples. It generally occurs during teenage or adolescence, however, many adults too suffer from this problem. These pimples can appear on the face, chest, neck, shoulders and also on the back.

What Causes Acne?

Acne is usually common among teenagers and those in the early 20s. However, no one is absolutely safe from it. Even adults may find themselves troubled with acne.
When a pore on your face gets clogged with sebum, dirt and dead skin cells, oil builds up inside the pore and causes pimple to occur. Poor hygiene and hormonal imbalance contribute to the likelihood of having pimples.


Stress and Acne: Is There a Connection?

For a long time, doctors have suspected that stress worsens acne, but evidence was mostly anecdotal. In the past decade, though, research has suggested that the doctors may be on the right track.
In 2003, a Stanford University study published in the Archives of Dermatology found that college students had acne flare-ups during exams, a period in which they reported more stress, compared to periods without testing. Acne severity correlated highly with increasing stress, the researchers concluded.
Still, scientists don’t know exactly how stress worsens acne. They do know that cells that produce sebum have receptors for stress hormones, according to Garner. Sebum is the oily substance that mixes with dead skin cells and bacteria to clog the hair follicles, leading to a pimple or acne cyst.
When a person with acne experiences a lot of stress, "somehow, they’re upregulated," Garner says of the sebum-producing cells. This means that more oil is produced to clog the hair follicles to allow more acne to form -- and give the stressed individual more to pick at.
But it’s only a clue, and the actual mechanism remains elusive. In a 2007 study of high school students in Singapore, researchers from Wake Forest University School of Medicine also found that acne worsened during exam times, compared to low-stress periods, such as summer break. The study was published in a Swedish medical journal, Acta Derm Venereol.
These researchers hypothesized that the increase in acne might be due to higher levels of sebum produced during stressful times. However, they found that psychological stress didn’t increase sebum production significantly in the teens, leading them to suggest that that acne linked to stress may involve other root causes.

When Stress Makes You Mess With Your Skin

Sometimes, stress and acne can interact in a harmful cycle. When some people are anxious or upset, they’re more likely to exacerbate their blemishes, Garner says. "Some people pick their skin when they’re stressed. If they have a pimple to pick, that’s where they’re going."

3 important nutrition you need to have in your fridge right now! 
Diet does have a very important role to play to help cure or trigger the problem of acne. Some diets that you need to consume to get rid of acne include: 
1. Water – water flushes the toxins out of your skin, not only will it help prevent acne, but will also give you a flawless glowing skin. Make sure you drink at least 8-10 glasses of water each day.
2. Watermelon – watermelon is great in helping prevent eruptions of acne and also helps remove acne scars.
3. Raspberries – they are loaded with antioxidants, vitamins and fiber. Together with helping you get rid of acne, they will bring a natural glow on your face.
3 foods that you must avoid like a plague
The diet that you need to stay away from to prevent acne include:
1. Cheese – you need to avoid cheese, all types of cheese, if you want to get rid of acne. All dairy products need to avoided, but cheese tops the list.
2. Shrimps – shrimps can result in a breakout, even if you are undergoing any treatment. So, avoid it at all costs.
3. Coffee – even if you are a coffee addict, you have to give up on coffee. Coffee can trigger acne. However, if you cannot stay without it, limit your intake to 2 cups each day.

Other Tips on How to Get Rid of Acne Overnight


Method 1 of 3: Treating The Pimple

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    Try some peroxide. Benzoyl peroxide is used to kill the bacterial liquid that contributed to pimples. Benzoyl peroxide comes in different concentrations, but benzoyl peroxide with a 2.5% concentration is just as effective as 5-10% solutions, and it's less irritating to the skin to boot. Benzoyl peroxide also helps peel away layers of dead skin, leaving brighter, more rejuvenated skin in its place.
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    Use salicylic acid. Like benzoyl peroxide, salicylic acid kills bacteria responsible for pimple growth. It also causes skin cells to shed more rapidly, promoting the growth of new skin. Put small amounts of salicylic acid onto affected areas before you go asleep, after you have washed your face.
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    Use toothpaste. Toothpaste contains silica, which is the drying agent you find in bags of beef jerky, among other things. Basically, toothpaste will dry out your pimple overnight, reducing it in size.
    • Make sure to use natural toothpaste when you dab it onto your skin. Some toothpastes containing sodium lauryl sulfate can irritate the skin. Watch out for it before applying. Leave on all night.
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    Try tea tree oil. Tea tree oil is an antibacterial essential oil that can blast the microbes that have started to make a home inside of your pores. With a dropper, dab a Q-Tip with a bit of tea tree oil and apply to pimples as needed, being careful not to put on too much.
    • Tea tree oil has anti-inflammatory properties[1] that can make the redness and size of the pimple less noticeable.
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    Crush up some aspirin. Crush up an aspirin tablet and add just enough water to make it into a paste. With a Q-Tip, add the aspirin paste to the pimple(s) lightly, covering entirely. Let dry. Aspirin is another anti-inflammatory, meaning it will help the skin fight against inflammation, making the pimple less visible. Let the aspirin paste fight the pimple overnight.
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    Use astringents on the affected areas. Astringents are agents that cause the skin to contract or get smaller. Some pharmaceutical astringents contain antimicrobial ingredients that will help fight the pimple in addition to reducing the size of the pimple. Here are some astringents to consider using:
    • Store bought astringents. These come in different types and sizes. Look for one that contains benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid. Ask for astringents that are gentle on the skin.
    • Natural astringents may also work in a pinch. They include:
      • Lemon juice. The citric acid here kills the bacteria that cause acne and act as a skin-tightener. Many people swear by it. Slice a lemon and gently rub it over the affected area.
      • Banana peel. Banana peels are helpful in treating insect and mosquito bites, and may be helpful in reducing the size of some pimples. Gently rub the banana peel over the affected area.
      • Witch hazel. Another great astringent with a ton of applications. Look for witch hazel that doesn't contain alcohol. Apply a small bit over affected area and let dry.
      • Green tea. Green tea is an astringent that's packed with lots of antioxidants, which help reduce signs of aging by fighting free radicals. Steep a tea bag in some hot water, remove the tea bag along with all the liquid, and place onto affected area briefly.
  1. Method 2 of 3: Reducing The Redness
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    Put ice on the affected area. This should bring down the swelling, as it slows down blood flow to the area. Either apply ice directly to the pimple or cover it in a thin layer of gauze or towel.
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    Use eye-drops on the affected area. Eye drops, at least the ones that reduce redness in the eyes, can be helpful in reducing redness and signs of irritation in acne. Drop a few eye-drops onto a Q-Tip and apply as necessary onto the pimple(s)
      • Because cold also helps reduce inflammation in acne, place the Q-Tip soaked in eye-drops into the freezer for an hour before applying. The cold Q-Tip will soothe as it reduces inflammation.
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    Try some natural antihistamines. Antihistamines suppress the swelling effect in the skin tissue of people. Most of these remedies can be ingested in pill form, but some can be consumed as tea or used as a topical agent. These should offer a reduction in redness. Natural herbal antihistamines include:
    • Stinging nettle. This may sound weird, because touching nettles in the wild can produce a rash not unlike small pimples. Some doctors, however, recommend taking a freeze-dried preparation of stinging nettle, which is known for its ability to reduce the amount of histamine the body produces.
    • Coldsfoot may be effective as a natural antihistamine. Europeans have a long history of using the plant to cure skin conditions. The leaves can either be ground up into a paste or coldsfoot extract can be ingested in pill form.
    • Basil may also work as a natural antihistamine. Heat a couple sprigs of basil leaves up under some steam and apply gently to the hives. Basil may help reassure the body that the foreign agent causing the hives is not something it should be fighting.


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    Wash your face twice a day. Try to wash your face twice a day. Remember to be gentle when handling with your face and don't use a dirty towel or anything else dirty when washing your face: acne is caused by bacteria, which are found on dirty towels.
    • Use a facial scrub once every week to help exfoliate. Exfoliate means wiping off the top, dead layer of skin, called the epidermis. Doing this once a week is healthy.
    • Moisturize after every wash. Your skin is an organ in your body, too. Like your kidney, it needs moisture to be healthy. Give it the moisture it needs after each wash.
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    Don't touch your face. Try not to touch your face — consciously or unconsciously. Your hands are dirty things, vectors for bacteria. The less your hands meet your face, the happier your face will feel and look.
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    Work out. Exercise is a great way to get rid of acne. When you exercise you relieve stress. Stress is thought to contribute to acne, although doctors are still not sure how.[2] Find a healthy way to relieve stress and anxiety through exercise. Join a sports team, go to the gym, or push yourself through a daily exercise regimen. All will help your skin look clearer.

    • After you've done your exercise, shower immediately. When you exercise, you sweat. (At least if you exercise correctly, you will sweat.) Grime, salt, and dead skin cells all accumulate after vigorous exercise.
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    Don't drink. Alcohol may worsen the effects of acne. Drinking alcohol may worsen acne. Alcohol dehydrates your body, leaving it deprived of essential water. And alcohol contains lots of sugars, which may be connected to acne growth. Either way, if you want to play it safe, consume less alcohol and see how your body reacts.
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    Don't pick at your pimples. Don't pop them, pick at them, prod them, itch them, scratch them, or otherwise touch them unless applying a medicine or remedy. Doing so will only make the redness and inflammation worse. It's easy to say but hard to do. If you don't pick at them then it will prevent scaring and ultimately get rid of the pimple a lot faster.

Tips

  • Make sure you take a shower immediately after exercising.
  • Ignore what people say about sugar and chocolate causing pimples - that's just not true. A bad diet in general causes pimples, as well as foods that you are sensitive to. Some people can eat chocolate just fine but then get some cheese down them and they breakout the next day! The important thing to remember is to eat a healthy, balanced diet, trying to note which, if any, foods cause your breakouts.
  • Use mint-free toothpaste if you can. It won't sting as much.

Method 1 of 3: Using Leave-on Spot Treatments

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    Dab on lemon juice. This treatment works for several great reasons; lemon juice is a natural astringent, so it will work to close up your pores. Its high acidity will kill off lots of the bacteria clogging your pores, and it has natural lightening powers which will reduce the redness of your zits. Put lemon juice directly on your pimple and leave it be till your next regular face wash.
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    Use some tea tree oil. Tea tree oil has been used by dermatologists for years to reduce skin irritation and acne. Get some pure tea tree oil and coat your acne with it. Do this after washing your face twice daily for the best results.
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    Try out lavender oil. Essential oils aren’t always just for aromatherapy; lavender oil may work to clear up your acne. Put a drop on each pimple and allow it to soak into the skin. This can be done several times a day, but is best directly after your morning and evening face washes.
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    Apply some basil tea. Brew up a cup of basil tea for your face, rather than your throat. Mix a cup of boiling water with a few fresh basil leaves and allow the tea to steep for a few minutes. Cool the tea in the fridge before applying it to your face. Use it as a spot treatment, or apply it to your entire face with a cotton ball if you have oily skin.
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    Put on some witch hazel. Witch hazel is a natural astringent typically used for cleaning up cuts. Put on pimples though, it will tighten the pores and kill the bacteria clogging them. Apply it heavily to your acne-prone areas or sweep it over your whole face with a cotton ball.
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    Dab on apple cider vinegar. Yet another natural astringent, apple cider vinegar will clear up your acne and reduce the size of your pores. Apply it to your entire face as a toner or dab it more heavily on your pimples specifically. You can’t go wrong with apple-cider vinegar, so feel free to apply it as many times a day as you would like.
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    Rub your face with an ice cube. Ice works to quickly close up pores and reduce the swelling and redness stereotypical to pimples. Gently rub your acne with an ice cube to reduce its appearance and soothe any irritations or pain it may be causing you. For extra effect, making your ice cubes out of green tea. It will work as an astringent to keep your pores tight and clear.[1]
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    Use benzoyl peroxide. Benzoyl peroxide will instantly kill the bacteria making their homes in your skin, without giving you any pain. Look for an acne-fighting spot treatment that has benzoyl peroxide and dab it straight onto your acne.
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    Try salicylic acid. This is one of the primary ingredients in most acne-fighting products, and for a very good reason: it works. Salicylic acid is a relatively safe acid that works to melt away dirt and grime in your pores. Look for a spot-treatment product that contains this ingredient, and your acne will be gone faster than you can spell “salicylic.”[2]

Method 2 of 3: Using Items from Your Kitchen

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    Make a honey mask. A natural antibacterial agent, honey works to clear clogged pores and lift off excess oil and dead skin. Coat your whole face in honey and leave it for as long as you can before rinsing off. Additionally, dab honey directly on your pimples and cover with a bandage while you sleep overnight. By morning, your zit should have significantly reduced in size and redness.
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    Give yourself a tomato facial. Strange, right? But tomatoes actually do help to clear up acne-prone skin. Blend up a tomato to create a thick, pulpy juice. Spread this smoothie-like mixture onto your entire face and allow it to soak into your pores. Wash it off after 20-30 minutes.
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    Rub your face with a potato. It’s not a joke, really. Potatoes will help to soak up excess oil while clearing up grime-filled pores. Slice a potato into wide pieces which can be rubbed onto your face. After a minute or two of this, wash off the juice with warm water.
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    Try using a strawberry. Go green and use every part of the strawberry - eat the fruit and save the top for your skin. Strawberries will lighten your acne and help kill bacteria. Rub the top of the fruit over you skin where you’re breaking out, holding it on particularly bad areas for up to a minute. Splash your face with cool water when you’re finished to remove the juice.
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    Crush up some garlic. It may have a strong smell, but garlic is one of the best natural skin remedies for acne. It is a natural antiseptic, quickly killing off bacteria in your skin. Mince up a clove of garlic into a paste, and apply it to your acne for 20 minutes. Rinse off with cool water afterwards, and be amazed at how quickly your skin will transform.
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    Make a mint mask. Not only does mint smell and taste great, it does great things for your skin as well. Grind up a few mint leaves to form a paste. Spread this over your acne and allow it to soak for 15-20 minutes. The mint will soothe and cool your face while working to clean out your pores. Rinse it off with cool water afterwards.
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    Put on an egg white mask. If you’ve ever gotten raw egg whites on your skin, you’ll notice the tightening effect they have. Dab some egg whites onto your pimples and leave it overnight. By the morning your pores should be closed up and your acne reduced. Rinse off the mask with warm water.[3]

Method 3 of 3: Using Face Masks

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    Apply aloe vera. There’s a reason aloe vera gel is applied to sunburns - it soothes and takes away pain while preventing infection. Do the same for your acne by dabbing on some fresh aloe vera from the plant (or from a bottle of the pure stuff). Leave it on as long as you can or overnight, and rinse off with cold water afterwards.
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    Make a baking soda paste. If you’ve ever cleaned your home with baking soda, you know the wonders it can do in killing bacteria and brightening surfaces. Mix baking soda with enough water to form a paste, and dab it onto your acne. Leave it be until it has dried and begins to flake off, after 20-30 minutes. Rinse off with warm water (scrub gently to use the exfoliating powers of the powder as well).
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    Apply a clay mask. Clay is a natural way to dry out your skin, removing the excess oil that is the source of most acne. Make your own clay mask out of powdered cosmetic clay and water or purchase one from the store. You can leave it on your pimples only or cover your entire face. Allow it to dry completely (around 20-30 minutes) before rinsing off with warm water.
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    Use a bit of toothpaste. The whitening toothpaste you use isn’t just great for your smile, but for your skin as well. The chemicals present will dry out your acne while the whitening agents will work to reduce redness. Dab a bit of (white, not clear gel) toothpaste onto any pimple and leave it overnight. Rinse off after a few hours or in the morning.
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    Try using listerine. For the same reason toothpaste works so great, so does listerine. Grab a cotton ball and pour it on, dabbing it onto your acne. Leave it on for as long as you are able before washing off with warm water. Your skin should feel tight and smooth afterwards as well.
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    Make an aspirin mask. Aspirin is an anti-inflammatory as well as a pain reliever. Use both of these to the benefit of your skin by turning an aspirin tablet into a face mask. Grind up 1-2 pills and add just a bit of water. Dab this mixture onto your pimples and leave it to dry. Rinse off after a few hours (or overnight) with warm water.[4]


Method 1 of 3: Trying Natural Masks

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    Make a honey mask. We ought to thank the bees for the sweet elixir they’ve given us that not only adds flavor to our favorite foods, but also works wonders on reducing acne. Honey is a natural antibiotic, and its sticky consistency works to pull up dirt and grime. Mix two tablespoons of honey with a teaspoon of cinnamon, and apply it over your face. Allow it to set for 5-10 minutes, and then rinse it off with warm water.
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    Use Toothpaste.Apply some toothpaste directly on top of the acne and keep it overnight,as a mask or for an hour. Wash it with water and a soft cloth. This will make the acne less visible.
    • Use steam to open your pores before using the mask to help the honey and cinnamon work its way down into your pores.
    • To help clean out bacteria, press your fingers into the honey and pull up quickly. This will work to clear out especially dirty pores, such as open blackheads.
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    Use an overnight fenugreek mask. The leaves from the fenugreek plant have long been used to help with skin issues of the face. Crush up several of these leaves to form a thick paste, and then apply it onto your acne-prone areas. Leave this on overnight, and then rinse it off with warm water in the morning. It should help to reduce the redness and swelling, as well as the further spread of bacteria.
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    Use garlic. Garlic may have a strong scent and taste, but it also has antiseptic properties that kill the bacteria trapped in your pores. Try cutting a clove of garlic in half, and rubbing the juice on your acne. Alternately, you can mince garlic into a paste and apply it directly to your pimples. Allow the paste to set for 15-20 minutes before rinsing off with warm water.
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    Try using fresh papaya juice. Papayas are full of antioxidants and vitamin A, which help to smooth and soften your skin while reducing inflammation. Grab a fresh papaya and mash it to create a pulpy juice. Spread this onto your skin and allow it to dry before rinsing off with cool water.
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    Try a nutmeg scrub. Nutmeg is a gentle exfoliant that will help to slough off the dead skin that builds up on your face, causing acne. Mix a teaspoon of nutmeg with 1-2 tablespoons of regular milk. Rub the scrub onto your face for a minute, and then rinse off with warm water.

Method 2 of 3: Using Leave-on Treatments

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    Coat your face in white vinegar. There are many types of vinegar, each with multiple health benefits. One of the great uses of distilled white vinegar is to help reduce high levels of acne. Use a cotton pad soaked in the vinegar to apply it to your face; if it is too strong on its own, mix it with just a little water. Allow the vinegar to set on your face for 10 minutes, and then rinse it off with cold water.[1]
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    Dab on some lemon juice. The acidic properties work twofold, to lighten the redness caused by your zits and to dry out your acne faster. Use a cotton ball to dab pure lemon juice onto your acne directly before you head to bed at night. The juice may sting a bit if your pimples are open, but the lemon juice should help get rid of your acne faster.
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    Make a baking soda spot treatment. Baking soda, as a fine powder, works to exfoliate your skin as well as clean out dirt and reduce redness. Mix baking soda with a bit of water to form a thick paste. Dab this paste onto your acne, and allow to to set until dry and powdery to the touch again. Rinse the powder off with warm water, and repeat the process daily.
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    Use peppermint leaves. Peppermint, besides smelling and tasting heavenly, is chock full of menthol which helps to soothe your irritated skin and reduce redness. Make a paste of peppermint leaves by crushing a bunch up, and then apply it directly to your acne. Let the peppermint mask dry for 10 minutes and then rinse it off with cool water.
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    Wash your face with cucumber juice. Cucumber works as a great anti-inflammatory, reducing the swelling and redness of pimples on your face. Blend up some cucumbers, or soak a chopped cucumber in water to create a cucumber juice. When you wash you face at night, rinse with this instead of regular water and pat dry.
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    Use tea tree oil. Tea tree oil is an anti-bacterial and anti-fungal medicine used for a wide variety of medical applications. One study looked at the effectiveness of tea tree oil against benzoyl peroxide, a common acne chemical, and found that tea tree oil was just as effective fighting pimples as benzoyl peroxide.[2]
    • Apply to the skin in small amounts. Get equal parts of tea tree oil extract and water, combine them, and use a Q-Tip to dab pimples with the mixture. Use in small quantities.
    • Stay away from tea tree oil if you have very sensitive skin or you have eczema in addition to acne.
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    Aloe Vera: This is great because if you have an acne scar, it will heal it and prevent drying, peeling, and pimples without making skin dry or oily. Use like regular moisturizer once a day, after you wash your face in the morning.

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    Eat healthily. Although a rather broad statement, eating healthy foods will support your skin with the nutrients it needs to fight acne. Make a decision to include more fresh fruits and vegetables in your diet on a daily basis. Doing so will clear up your skin over a period of several weeks, in addition to increasing your all-around health.
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    Get in a bit of exercise. Stress is a major cause of breakouts, but you can fight your stress and acne at the same time by working out. Sweating will clear your pores while the exercise increase endorphin production, putting you in a better mood. Try to get in at least thirty minutes of physical activity per day for the best results.
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    Wash your face twice a day. Washing your face is a balance; too little, and oil will build up and clog your pores. Too much washing, and your face will be stripped of natural moisture, dry, peel, and (you guessed it) clog your pores. To get just the right amount of washing in, scrub your face down twice a day. Go for when you wake up in the morning and before you head to bed at night for the best results .
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    Get control of your stress levels. Stressing much? Your high anxiety levels could be the cause of your poor skin. Stress creates sebum, the oil that builds up and causes your unsightly pimples. To get your sebum levels under control, take steps to de-stress on a daily basis. Spend some time away from your work, school, or high maintenance people and you’ll be praising your clear skin in no time.[3]
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    Get enough sleep. Sleep is your body’s way of clearing out toxins and hormonal buildup in your body. If you don’t get enough sleep, these bad chemicals will increase and cause your skin to break out. Aim for getting between 7-8 hours of sleep a night (even on the weekends!) to help your body with its nightly cleanse.
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    Cut dairy out of your diet. The cow’s milk used to make dairy products is full of growth hormones for calves to use to help develop. The hormones don’t get filtered out though, meaning that you may be getting too many just by consuming dairy. Although cutting cheese and milk out of your diet may be difficult, your skin will reap the benefits.
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    Drink plenty of water. The same way that sleep cleans out hormonal buildup in your body, water is used to clean out toxins in your body as well. Make sure that you drink around eight full glasses of water a day, even if it does mean extra trips to the bathroom.[4]
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    Use a natural toner. Toners are a liquid used to tighten and close pores after washing your face and prior to moisturizing. Take a step to use a natural toner on a daily basis after every wash. Use apple cider vinegar or witch hazel, and apply it with a cotton ball to your entire face. Because your pores will be tightened, it will be harder for bacteria to enter and cause breakouts.
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    Avoid touching your face whenever possible. Hands are the dirtiest part of our bodies, as they come into contact with so many things on a regular basis. Because they are coated in bacteria, even just brushing your face or scratching an itch on your cheek can transfer unwanted germs. Keep your hands from your face whenever possible, and your skin will improve.
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    Don’t pop your zits. Although those whiteheads can be so tempting to pop, squeezing your pimples opens them up to more bacteria and increases the chances of scarring. When you have a zit that has come to head, apply a spot treatment and leave it be. Popping a zit counts as touching your face, something else you’re trying to avoid as well.
How can you get rid of acne if your blood type is….
Blood type O people are hunters. They digest meat protein very good, they actually need it. However, it is advised to avoid grains and dairy. And caffeine, as adrenaline is already high in your blood. Focus on the right vegetables and lean meat. Also be aware that your metabolism can be affected by sluggish thyroid. Avoid gluten which inhibits thyroid function.
Blood type A.  They should be vegetarians in order to be in the best shape and health. If your blood type is A and you are fighting cystic acne, it is particularly important for you to eat foods in as natural a state as possible: pure, fresh and organic. If your blood type is A, cure cystic acne with diet based on vegetables and fruits.
Blood B.  For Type Bs the biggest enemies are corn, wheat, buckwheat, lentils, tomatoes, peanuts and sesame seeds. Each of these foods affect the efficiency of your metabolic process, resulting in fatigue, fluid retention, and hypoglycemia – a severe drop in blood sugar. When you eliminate these foods and begin eating a diet that is right for your type, you blood sugar levels should remain normal after meals. You have less stress, and your cystic acne can be eliminated. Another very common food that Type Bs should avoid is chicken. Chicken contains a Blood Type B agglutinating lectin in its muscle tissue. To cure cystic acne with diet, look for solutions based on Blood type B.
Blood type AB. Type AB blood is rare – it’s found in only less than 5% of the population. And it is the newest of the blood types. Until ten or twelve centuries ago, there was no Type AB blood type. Type AB should avoid caffeine and alcohol. Fish and seafood are excellent protein choices for you.
I strongly recommend both:  5 triggers free diet and plus your blood type recommendations according D’adamo. That would be the most holistic decision to cure cystic acne with diet.
You can cure cystic acne with diet only if you take into account general triggers and your personal reactions to food.