Wondering How to Get Rid of Pimples or Zits in Kids or Adults? When does Acne start?

Get rid of Zits and Pimples with DIY Homemade Acne Scrub

Why do you get acne? When does acne start? Children can start seeing signs of acne as early as eight years old. As kids approach puberty, sweat glands become more active. It is crucial for kids to maintain proper hygiene during the hormonal years. Greasy hair and sweat can cause breakouts and pimples. So, you're wondering how to get rid of pimples? Enjoy!

How to get rid of zits or pimples in kids? At what age does acne start?
Acne or pimple breakouts can occur as early as eight years old, 
depending when puberty starts.

Getting rid of acne is difficult, but there are some inexpensive methods you can try at home. Of course, alcohol and witch hazel can dry up pimples, but these methods often leave redness behind. Here is a homemade remedy that helps to dry up the pimple and remove the redness.

DIY Homemade Acne Scrub Facial Mask Recipe:

1 Ripe Tomato (chopped and mashed), 1 tsp. Lemon juice, 1 Tbsp. Instant Oatmeal or Old Fashioned Rolled Oats.

Blend ingredients until combined into a thick paste. If necessary, add more oats to thicken.  Let dry, then pat off with a soft cloth dipped in warm water.  When dry, dab a drop of pure honey onto blemish with a cotton swab.

Looking for more home remedies? 

Try How to get rid of pimples fast.

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