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Put An End To Most Skin Problems By Using These Common Kitchen Items
At one time or another, everyone will have to deal with some type of skin problem. Whether it be warts, moles, pimples, skin tags, blackheads, acne, or age spots. No matter what it is, what can we say? Skin happens. No one wants these problems, but they do occur, so we try everything under the sun to get rid of them and do it quickly.
Unfortunately, most of that over the counter stuff doesn’t work, and worse still? They tend to make the problem worse than before.
This is because in many cases the chemicals we are attempting to use to fix the problem, tend to have either the opposite effect or they have unwanted side effects such as dry, peeling skin or even more acne.
When we use natural ingredients to help our skin heal, we find that it might take a bit more time, but it will work.
Case in point, almost all warts are caused by the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). This virus can also be transmitted to others. So we want to get rid of the wart, and get rid of the virus at the same time. Those over the counter sprays and drops will freeze off the wart, true, but because they don’t kill the virus, they usually grow back.
Let’s take a look at the top five items that you probably have in your kitchen that will help you with just about every skin problem you will ever have.
1. Raw, Organic Honey
For example, if you want to get rid of that wart, Manuka honey is the best kind to use. If you don’t have that handy, any type of raw, organic honey will do the trick. Honey has powerful antibacterial and anti-viral compounds that will kill the virus and remove the wart. Simply apply enough honey to completely cover the wart, then cover it with a bandage. Leave on for 24 hours. Remove the bandage, then wash, and reapply. Repeat until the wart is completely gone.
Honey is also great for minor cuts or scrapes. It has antibacterial power to spare and it keeps the skin hydrated while it is healing. Use honey on your next cut and you will find that not only does it heal more quickly, but there will be no scarring either.
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