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Pimples on forehead


The problem of small or big pimples on the forehead afflicts men and women especially at a young age. The position in which they appear rashes on the face can provide an indication of what may be the causes. The facial skin tends to reflect our health, therefore, noting the points where we see most often the occurrence of blemishes and pimples, we can go back to the factors that may have triggered the appearance and work to prevent the causes.



Causes of pimples on forehead

The appearance of pimples in the forehead is a sign of intestinal and digestive problems, liver problems, particularly intake of fatty and sugary foods, poor quality of sleep, moodiness, stress and anxiety. The presence of tufts and fringes on the forehead, and the use (or misuse) of hair products particularly aggressive can cause unsightly pimples on the forehead.


How to get rid of pimples on forehead?

Pimples on foreheadHow to eliminate pimples on forehead?. You should first try to improve the diet, preferring light and wholesome foods and trying to eat a lot of vegetables and fruits. Drink at least two liters of plain water a day is a great way to counteract the appearance of blemishes on the face.
The oily skin are generally more susceptible to the onset of pimples on the face, since the production of excess sebum encourages the development of blackheads, which determine the formation of pimples. The skins of this type require a deep cleansing with special cleaning products regulating sebum and be regularly treated with purifying masks that you can make with 100% natural products, without the need to necessarily undergo beauty treatments at professional beauty salons.



Natural and home remedies anti pimples on forehead

To prevent the appearance of zits, pimples and blackheads on the forehead, we recommend treating the area once a week with a purifying mask made ​​of pear, lemon and honey. The pear plays a valuable astringent, while honey softens and smoothes the skin, shrinking pores and releasing minerals beneficial to the skin. The lemon has a rather antiseptic, astringent and re-acidifying. To get this valuable compound you need a pear, a tablespoon of lemon juice, preferably freshly squeezed, and a tablespoon of honey. Puree the pear and add the lemon juice. Stir well, add the honey and continue to stir until the mixture is smooth, mellow and not too liquid. Apply the mask on your skin squeaky clean, residue-free make-up or cream, and leave on for at least 20 minutes, then rinse with cold water.
You can choose whether to apply the mask to the pear, honey and lemon on the entire face or only on the forehead. This mask is not recommended during the entire period of gestation.