Last week I received an email from Sarah expressing her sheer delight about her new facial appearance. According to the content of the mail, Sarah battled akne for well over a year before stumbling on my blog and my Instagram feed.
While I shared a lot of acne tips and tricks for eliminating this confidence denting problem, Sarah adopted only 2 of the tips I gave, and it really worked for her.
She sent in her before and after picture. My jaw dropped when I saw the pictures. I was blown away with the result of the 2 DIYs that worked perfectly well for her.
Then I sent back a mail to her, “Sarah, do you mind sharing the 2 DIYs you tried so that I can share it with my readers?” She replied enthusiastically with, “why not!”
She sent in the three DIYs she tried, and they even ranked below the ones that are my top picks.
So in this short article, you’ll get to see the three DIYs Sarah used to conquer akne problems and how you too can follow them to see results within a few days.
Sarah’s Akne Remedy 1
This acne treatment has been used for ages to achieve a quick and flawless skin in as fast as 3 to 7 days. Get some aspirin tablets (3 or more). Crush it and make a paste with your toothpaste, lemon juice, and the aspirin tablets.
Apply the mixture to your face twice daily – in the morning and night. Do this every day until you see your akne fade off. It works for Sarah…it will work for you.
Sarah Akne Remedy 2
I shared a DIY soap specifically for acne and Sarah took the most of it. She said, “Your special acne black soap worked for me. I used it to wash my face every night after my aspirin mask. I saw results in 5 days. Thanks.”
You should check out the black soap too. The good news is that the ingredients are readily available and they are pocket-friendly.
I want you to take these “akne” remedies serious. If you’re battling akne for ages, it’s time to try these new recipes. I can assure you that if you follow Sarah’s lead, you’ll get her result. If after 14 days and you didn’t see any improvement, it’s time to see your dermatologist.