Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple cider vinegar makes it hard for bacteria to thrive by balancing the pH of your skin. What’s more, it is astringent in nature and helps remove excess oil. That being said, don’t use too much because it could dry out your skin more than needed, which will prompt your sebaceous glands to work overtime, thereby causing an outbreak. Mix 1 part of apple cider vinegar with 3 parts of water and dip a cotton ball in it. Now, dab the cotton ball on the scarred areas and leave on the mixture for about 10 minutes. Do this multiple times a day and you will notice the difference!
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