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4 Skin Care Hacks for People Who Think They’ve Tried Everything

You think you’ve tried every possible way to get the best skin care? Well, think again.

Here are some skin clearing home remedies that you probably have at home and that can improve your skin.

Aspirin and Honey


This combination of aspirin and honey can reduce acne and removes the redness that comes from skin irritation. Aspirin reduces swelling and redness caused by acne, while honey is an antibiotic that can disinfect your pores.

How to use: First, clean your skin thoroughly with water and facial toner. This will open your pores. In a small bowl, crush an aspirin and add a small amount of toner to create a thick paste. Apply the paste directly to the acne spots and let it stay for 5 minutes. Then, wash off the paste and apply a small amount of honey to the blemishes. Wash the honey off after 10 minutes, and your skin will be clearer.



White toothpaste can reduce acne, remove bug bites, and help to eliminate the effects of itchy skin rashes.

How to use it: Apply white toothpaste directly to your  acne before bed and let it dry. In the morning, wash your skin thoroughly.

Lemon and Sugar


Lemon is a natural antiseptic, which can remove the dirt and bacteria from pores. This makes the skin less oily, which over time can get rid of acne. Sugar acts as an exfoliant and opens up pores so the lemons can penetrate the skin.

How to use it: Cut a lemon in a half, add some sugar on it and then apply that to your face each night to remove dead skin. This will get rid of blackheads and acne and will make your skin more radiant and healthier.

Sea Salt

Sea salt … how do you get the full benefit in your recipes?

Sea salt is also a natural antiseptic. You don’t need to spend every day at the beach to gain the benefits of salt water—you can do this at home by applying a mixture of sea salt and water directly to your skin. This mixture will help you reduce acne, age spots, and wrinkles.

How to use it: Add 1 tbsp. of sea salt in a 16-ounce spray bottle of warm water. Spray the combination onto a small applicator—such as a washcloth—and then let the salt do its work.