How to Get Clear Skin on Buttocks Naturally

Many women today, from ordinary homemakers to well-known celebrities, are in constant battle on how to get beautiful skin. And they freak out when acne occurs especially on the face.

How to Get Clear Skin on Buttocks Naturally

Though having facial acne is bothersome, it’s more embarrasing to have acne on the buttocks. You are shy to wear your bikinis in summer. Most people with facial acne will develop acne on other parts of their body as well, including the buttocks because the skin is thicker and has larger pores than the areas on the face.

If you’re experiencing acne on your butt, you need to do something and start finding solutions to your butt acne woes. Here are some effective tips on how to get clear skin naturally to help you stop hiding behind your beach towels and other cover-ups…

*Squeeze a natural acid on your pimples. Fresh lemon juice and apple cider vinegar can be used to treat pimples. If your pimples have open sores, however, this can be painful. Leave on for about 30 minutes and rinse with cool water.

*Apply a natural oil. Tea tree and coconut oil are great antibacterial and antifungal oils that can be rubbed on the problem areas to help heal acne. You can try to apply tea tree body wash, a natural alternative for blemish prone skin which will leave your skin clean and revitalized. (Read How to Get Rid of Acne on the Buttocks)

*Wear breathable clothing. Natural fibers like cotton is always best and it’s cozy! Breathable underwear is less likely to trap sweat in unwanted places.

*Clean the area. Wash your buttocks a minimum of once in the morning and once at night.

*Drink eight glasses of water per day to hydrate your body, inside and out.

*Avoid sugary, fatty, and fried junk foods which will cause an increase of insulin in the body, forcing to produce more Sebum, the cause of acne.

*Eat clear skin diet. Try a raw food diet to cleanse your body and get rid of unwanted toxins.

If you find any particular home remedies doesn’t work, don’t be discouraged. Everyone’s skin is different. Just try a different approach.

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