Feeling down because of acne and you can't use the anti-acne products in
the market because of sensitive skin? No worries, there may just be
another solution for you. While no one claims that garlic is a miracle
cure for pimples, there are many who believe that it can help. It works
in two ways: internally and externally.
Firstly, garlic is a powerful remedial ingredient and blood cleanser.
Eating garlic can help your body systems to detoxify and thus reduce
acne. Because cooking garlic destroys its potency, garlic's most potent
medicinal effects are felt when it is eaten raw and crushed. Raw garlic
can be sprinkled on top of a meal at the of cooking, added to a salad or
included in a sandwich. However, be warned that the taste and the smell
of raw garlic is pungent.
The remedial ingredient and cleansing properties of garlic also give it
the reputation as being an effective treatment for pimples when applied
externally. A cut clove rubbed gently on the affected area is reported
to help reduce acne. Garlic also leaves a rather pungent smell - even
after cleansing. So don't apply it to your pimples just before going