Treat­ing acne with oat­meal is very good idea because of its immense hid­den nat­ural health ben­e­fits. Stud­ies tells us that oat­meal is a great source of get­ting pro­tein, car­bo­hy­drates, vit­a­mins, min­er­als, antiox­i­dants etc. So tak­ing oat­meal in break­fast is good for your skin health as well as help you to get rid of acne in less time.

The use of oat­meal masks and oatmeal-based prod­ucts to treat acne has become pop­u­lar in recent years. You can use col­loidal oat­meal, which is sim­ply rolled oats that have been milled into a fine pow­der, as a facial scrub. Or, you can cook up some oat­meal and apply it directly to your face.

How To Guide:

1 - Pre­pare bulk amounts of col­loidal oat­meal by grind­ing rolled oats into a fine pow­der, using a cof­fee mill or grinder. Dis­solve the col­loidal oat­meal in luke­warm water, and apply the solu­tion lib­er­ally to all affected areas. Gen­tly pat your skin dry with a soft, absorbent towel, tak­ing care not to rub and fur­ther irri­tate your skin.

2 - Cook up a batch of oat­meal to treat your acne, fol­low­ing the instruc­tions on the pack­age. Allow the oat­meal to cool a bit, to the point where it is luke­warm, and apply it as a mask to your face. Allow the oat­meal to dry until it becomes slightly crusty on the sur­face, and then wash off the mask with more luke­warm water.

3 -Use oat­meal as a facial scrub to treat your acne. Sim­ply mix uncooked oat­meal with enough warm water until it becomes damp, but not com­pletely soaked. Smooth the oat­meal over your face and scrub with a soft wash­cloth the same way as you would with any other facial cleanser.

4 - Treat your acne with oat­meal as part of a com­pre­hen­sive skin pro­gram that uses nat­ural reme­dies to achieve results. You should drink at least 8 to 10 8 oz. glasses of dis­tilled water every day, and eat plenty of fresh fruit and veg­eta­bles as well. This will help rid and detox­ify your body of the bac­te­ria that cause acne.

5 - Repeat the oat­meal mask and cleans­ing pro­ce­dures at least twice a day in order to treat your acne effec­tively. Eat­ing an addi­tional bowl of oat­meal in the morn­ing cer­tainly can’t hurt, either.


a - Expose your skin to the sun­light for an hour a day when you treat your acne with oat­meal. Sun­light can actu­ally kill the bac­te­ria that cause acne by dry­ing out excess oils in your skin.

b - Get a med­ical con­sul­ta­tion if your acne doesn’t clear up after chang­ing your diet and apply­ing oat­meal to your skin. You may be suf­fer­ing from food aller­gies, which can often be mis­taken for acne.

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