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Use Neem Oil To Get Rid Of Zits Naturally
Acne is a problem that affects countless millions of people. Unsightly breakouts on the face and other areas of the body can lead to embarrassment and discomfort for anyone affected by them. While acne primarily affects teenagers, it can occur in people who are well into their adult years. This has led to the development of a multi-billion dollar cosmetics industry and gotten dermatologists plenty of business over the decades. And yet, acne continues to persist.
What if we told you there was a new, all-natural method for clearing your skin that few people have ever heard of?
Introducing Neem Oil
There are many different kinds of over-the-counter commercial acne treatments. These include many brands of creams, gels and wipes. Large numbers of people do get the clear skin they’re seeking by using these products. Many, however, do not, and end up feeling more frustrated than they did before. On the other end of the spectrum are the heavy artillery prescription treatments like Accutane, but these come with potentially dangerous side effects.
Clearly a third option is needed, and sometimes looking back to nature is the wisest option. There are many different types of natural gels and substances like aloe vera that are great for the skin, but there aren’t many that are specifically known for treating acne … until now.
Neem oil is a natural oil that’s derived from the seeds of the neem tree, which is native to the Indian subcontinent and Myanmar. The oil of these seeds has been used in various medicinal compounds for thousands of years, but it gained new popularity in the 20th century for its potency as a natural pesticide and insect repellant.
Neem oil contains a variety of compounds which can be used to ward off insects, and it has been approved by the EPA for use in several different forms of insecticides. But it also contains many natural compounds that are exceptionally good for human skin.
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