Acne is a common and painful skin problem we all try our best to get rid of. With the many home remedies, there is nothing that can beat cold alcohol against your skin.
The properties present in alcohol can help deal with pimples and remove the scars too over a period of time. All you need to do is massage undiluted whisky onto the pimples to treat it.
Using alcohol might burn a little when massages on the skin, especially if you've got sensitive skin, so there is nothing to stress about.
On the other hand, Boldsky has shared with you a list of other ways you can use whisky on your acne mixed with natural ingredients.
For sensitive skin, using whisky with water is the best way to treat acne. Take a look at the other ways in which you can whisky on your acne:
Squeeze the juice of one whole lemon into two tablespoons of whisky. Mix the ingredients well and massage it on your acne using a cotton ball. Within a week you will see the acne disappear.
With Egg White
Use whisky face packs to get rid of acne in the best way. To one tablespoon of whisky add one tablespoon of egg white. Whisk the ingredients well and apply the pack to your face to get rid of pimples.
Honey is the best ingredient you can use on your skin to treat any skin problem. Using honey mixed with a little whisky will do wonders in treating acne.
With Green Tea
Since green tea has antioxidants it can help to treat the infection lying under that pimple. To your green tea add one tablespoon of whisky, apply this pack to your acne to dry the zit.
Add one tablespoon of salt to two tablespoon of undiluted whisky. Apply the contents on your pimples before the salt melts. This home remedy will also treat dry skin.
MIlk is used to treat a lot of skin problems. But, when milk is added to whisky it is beneficial for acne. This combination helps to dry out the zit and aids in lightening the scar too.
Directly apply curd on your acne, allow it to dry and then rinse your face with water. Pat your face dry and dab whisky over the pimples. Let it dry and repeat after half an hour.