Reduced redness

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    Reduced redness

    Hello!
    A few days ago I decided to use more natural products to improve the texture of my skin overall, as I suffer from two skin conditions at the moment. In the case of KP, I have both the red and white bumps, which are either under my skin or raised bumps. So it's been three days now, and I have noticed that the red bumps, also the ones under my skin, are reduced in redness. I have also noticed that my right arm is actually clear of a significant number of bumps, albeit not all them. My arms still feel rough, but it has totally helped with the redness, which is a huge improvement for me.

    So the two products I use are:

    Neem and Tea Tree Soap - This was initially for the use of my other skin condition, but it seems to be helping with the KP. I apply this in the shower, leave it on for about 5 mintues and then rinse, and exfoliate gently.

    Pure Unrefined Shea Butter - I put this after I've had a shower, and then apply it again at night. So basically twice a day or more if needed. It's pretty greasy, so it's best to put it on about 2 hours before you go to bed.

    I also plan to get some products from Moogoo, to hopefully speed up the process in clearing up the spots.

    Hope this helps!
    Last edited by Wanderlust; 08-02-2011 at 08:54 AM.

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    Re: Reduced redness

    Wanderlust thanks for sharing your tips

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    Re: Reduced redness

    Most of us will agree that bright red pimples on the cheeks are an unsightly sight, and need to be removed as soon as possible. In the natural course the redness subsides within two to three days. But most teenagers are not willing to wait this long. They want to reduce the redness of the pimple the same day. To do so, they often pinch the pimples. This only causes unnecessary irritation of the skin and aggravates acne and inflammation further.

    A better way is to use home remedies to reduce the redness. One such remedy is the toothpaste. It has been used for generations as an effective means to reduce the redness. To get best results, you should apply a small quantity of toothpaste over the pimple, and leave it overnight. When you wash it off in the morning you will find that the swelling has gone down. The toothpaste also protects the accumulation of oils near the pimple and helps the pimples to heal faster. However, you should not use the gel form of the toothpaste for this purpose.

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