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If You Rub A Freshly Cut Tomato On Your Face For 3 Seconds, Here`s The Incredible Effects!


Acne is a skin condition that can occur at any age. It is actually an inflammation which happens when the hair follicles become clogged with dirt and oil. Having acne can affect a person’s self-esteem in addition to being very painful. Even though requires a lot of persistence and making changes in your skin care regimen, getting rid of acne does not always have to be time and money consuming.

In fact, the solution to your breakouts may be growing in your vegetable garden.
Using tomato as part of your skin care routine can help clear up acne and reduce the appearance of acne scars. This fruit is high in several vitamins like Vitamins A, C, E, K, and B6. These vitamins in this tasty food help shrink pours and provide your skin with much-needed nourishment. Tomatoes actually contain salicylic acid, an ingredient you’ll find listed on many commercial treatments.


The simple solution is sometimes the best. Simply slice the tomato in half and rub it on the affected areas of your face. Massage the juice into your skin and rinse. While it’s not the most effective treatment, it works great for minor breakouts and when you only have a few minutes to get it done.

Tomato face mask:

If you have a little bit of extra time, this method should work well on even heavy acne. Take a tomato and slice and X into the top of it. Then, place the tomato under warm water for about a minute and remove the skin (starting at the slices and pulling downwards).

Remove the tomato seeds and mash up the rest of your tomato into a paste. Apply this paste to your entire face and let it set for about an hour before rinsing. You can also add mashed cucumber or yogurt to the mask mixture to reduce painful acne.

Tomato juice face wash:

If you don’t want to sit around for an hour with tomato on your face (at least it beats egg…), try this variation. Mix one tablespoon of tomato juice with with a few drops of lemon juice in a small dish. Apply this mixture to affected areas of the skin and let it set for about five minutes, then rinse with warm water.

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