Best natural products for spots treatment

Spots can be easily treated with inexpensive homemade remedies based on natural products rather than harsh chemicals. Check out this guide to know more about natural treatments and other useful ideas.


Bentonite Clay

Bentonite clay, a powerful healing clay, has many benefits: healing clays have been used by many cultures throughout history to help the body get rid of toxins. Thanks to its many minerals and nutrients, it's made of volcanic ash is great for internal and external detoxification.

A hydrating mask made with this clay will help you to get rid of unwanted spots and blemishes. Use daily for a week, then only once a week to keep the balance of your skin healthy. Also, you may want to make a poultice of clay and water and only apply a little on single spots, in case this are just a rare occurrence.

Once you have this precious component in the house, you may be able to use it in a many wonderful ways, for instance to treat any skin irritation, cut, bites and even burns, as it has an overall calming effect on the skin. Other uses of bentonite clay include detox bath and internal cleansing.

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Tea Tree Oil

Tea tree oil is another popular natural remedy used for many types of skin ailments. Thanks to its well-known and proved antibacterial properties, tea tree oil is more and more used in homemade remedies. Of course, you don't need to buy the products if you have access to pure essential oil of tea tree and a good carrier oil – sweet almond or even your cooking olive oil will do great.

Please do take care as tea tree oil is very strong and always needs to be diluted in carrier oil, it cannot be applied directly to the skin. You may want to use the tea tree oil mixture directly on the annoying spots and blemishes, or add a few drops in your clay mask or poultice.

In case you suffer of acne, for general health improvement and specific natural remedies please take a look at our post Best natural treatment and products against acne.

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