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Most people will experience acne at some point in life, especially during the teenage years. Acne occurs when oil and dead skin cells clog pores, causing blemishes like blackheads, whiteheads, and cysts. Acne, often referred to as pimples or zits, can be both painful and unsightly. It most commonly appears on the face, back, neck and chest, although it can present elsewhere as well. Those who suffer from acne may experience anxiety about their appearance. While there are medications available to treat extreme acne, for those who suffer from mild to moderate cases, home remedies for acne are very popular.

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1. Baking Soda

One of the best home remedies for acne is baking soda. There are several reasons for this. First, it balances the pH level of the skin, which can help to reduce oil levels. Second, it acts as an exfoliator for your skin, removing dirt, makeup, and dead skin cells. You can use baking soda to wash your entire face to prevent acne, and you can also use it to spot-treat problem areas. To use as a cleaner, mix equal parts baking soda and water and gently scrub your entire face. To use it as a spot treatment, add a few drops of lemon juice to baking soda and apply a thin layer to the affected area for 5 to 10 minutes.

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