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10 DIY Natural Anti-Aging Products to Prevent and Battle Wrinkles

March 28, 2017


Let’s face it, we are all getting older eventually, and with age, comes wrinkles – But no need to panic yet! Luckily, there are various treatments to use to prevent from aging, and on the plus side, these treatments don’t always have to be luxuriously expensive for them to work. You can actually make these treatments at the comfort of your home, and they might be even better than the ones advertised on TV!

These anti-aging treatments are made from all-natural ingredients that are safe and good for your skin.

First and foremost, it’s essential to understand some of the different natural ingredients used in these products and their benefits. So what are they?

  1. Lavender- it’s known for its ability to treat various skin disorders such as acne, wrinkles, psoriasis, and other inflammatory conditions. Lavender is a powerful ingredient used to speed up the healing process of wounds, cuts, burns and sunburns.
  1. Frankincense- has skin regenerating properties; with its powerful astringent capabilities, it can help tone and tighten skin all over your body.
  1. Rosehip Seed Oil- is high in vitamin C, Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids and is considered to be a dry oil, which means it soaks into the skin easily. It regenerates cells and increases collagen production. Rosehip is known to restore skin’s elasticity, fade age spots, reduce broken capillaries and balance oil glands.
  1. Geranium- has the capabilities to regenerate skin and revving up circulation. This oil can regulate oil production, which in return reduces acne breakouts, as well as can tighten and tone skin, reducing the appearance of wrinkles.
  1. Helichrysum- is a common ingredient used in anti-aging products. While it can help prevent wrinkles and sagging, it rejuvenates the look of older skin as well. It can also heal and sooth blemishes, inflamed and sensitive skin, in addition to banishing those pesky dark circles under your eyes!
  1. Sandalwood- is known to be moisturizing, which can come in handy for when you have dry, cracked and chapped skin. Sandalwood has astringent properties which help to prevent oily skin and common problems like acne and acne scarring.
  1. Jojoba Oil- known to be a very hydrating oil, with its variety of beneficial ingredients, such as vitamin E, vitamin B complex, silicon, chromium, copper and zinc, and high percentage of iodine, jojoba oil has powerful properties to heal.

Now that you have an understanding of each natural ingredient, you can start creating your own recipes! Get a head start and read on for 10 do-it-yourself (DIY) natural anti-aging products to use in order to prevent and battle your wrinkles:

  1. Rosehip Seed Oil Anti-Wrinkle Eye Cream:

       Ingredients:

  • 3 tsp jojoba oil
  • 3 tsp apricot kernel oil
  • 3 tsp rosehip seed oil
  • 5 drops carrot—seed essential oil
  • 1 ½ tsp beeswax pastilles

       How to Make and Use: Using a double boiler, combine beeswax, jojoba, rosehip and apricot oils, and then heat very gently to melt wax. Next stir the mixture well and then remove from heat. Combine all remaining ingredients in heated mixture, and place in fridge until set. This recipe should be used under eyes in the morning and evening.

  1. Coconut Eye Wrinkle Cream:

       Ingredients:

  • 2 tbs coconut oil
  • 2 tbs beeswax
  • ¼ cup apricot kernel oil
  • 3 vitamin E capsules (about a half teaspoon)
  • 1 tbs shea butter
  • 3-4 drops lavender essential

 How to Make and Use: Place all the ingredients in a glass jar. Boil a pot of water on the stove and place the glass jar full of ingredients into the pot. Once these ingredients completely melt, stir the ingredients occasionally and then transfer to another jar when completely melted. Set the jar aside to let cool and harden. Apply under eyes in the morning and before bed.

  1. Anti-Aging Facial Scrub

       Ingredients:

  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • ¼ cup coconut oil
  • 2 tbs olive oil
  • 15 to 20 drops of lavender, rosehip or frankincense oils

How to Make and Use: Mix together the sugar and coconut oil, and then add the olive oil until you get the desired consistency. Slowly start adding the drops of oils.

  1. 2-Ingredient Eye Cream

       Ingredients:

  • Sweet almond oil
  • Aloe vera gel

How to Make and Use: Using a small bottle, combine equal parts of the two ingredients and shake it. Apply this moisturizer before bed.

For creams - Try Keeva Organics Anti-Wrinkle Moisturizer – which contains all-natural, proven anti-aging ingredients.

  1. Coffee-Infused Eye Cream

       Ingredients:

  • ¼ cup beeswax
  • ¼ cup coffee infused oil
  • ¼ cup coconut oil
  • 1 tsp jojoba oil
  • 3 capsules vitamin E
  • 4 to 5 chamomile essential oil

How to Make and Use: Using low heat; bring water to a simmer, place beeswax in a glass bowl and submerge into pot. Once the beeswax has melted, start to stir in the three oils and vitamin E. After a few minutes, remove from heat and mix in the drops of chamomile essential oil. Use in the mornings and at night.

  1. Two Tea Face Mask

Many teas are high in anti-aging antioxidants; white tea and green tea especially – these two ingredients are very powerful when it comes to battling wrinkles.

       Ingredients:

  • Green tea powder
  • White tea

How to Make and Use: Mix the green tea powder into brewed white tea to make a face mask. Before bed, apply this mask to your face to help prevent and battle those wrinkles!

  1. Cypress Firming and Anti-Aging Serum

       Ingredients:

  • 2 tbs rosehip
  • 2 tbs sweet almond oil
  • 10 drops of cypress essential oil
  • 10 drops of geranium essential oil
  • 7 drops of frankincense essential oil

How to Make and Use: Combine and shake all ingredients in a 2 ounce glass bottle. This serum can be used morning and night.

  1. Anti-Aging Eye Roll On

       Ingredients:

  • 1 tbsp meadowfoam seed oil
  • 2 tsp coconut oil
  • ½ tsp beeswax
  • ½ tsp shea butter
  • ½ vitamin E oil
  • 4 drops carrot seed oil
  • 5 drops frankincense essential oil
  • 8 drops lavender essential oil

How to Make and Use: Combine the meadowfoam seed oil, coconut oil, beeswax and shea butter in a glass bowl and place bowl in a pot of water. Turn the stove to medium heat, avoiding the water to boil. Remove from heat once all the ingredients have melted, and then add the rest of the essential oils including the vitamin E oil. Pour this mixture into a lip balm tube, and you are ready to start rolling! Use before bed or in the mornings.

  1. Homemade Eye Cream

       Ingredients:

  • 3 tsp jojoba oil
  • 3 tsp apricot kernel oil
  • 3 tsp rosehip seed oil
  • 5 drops carrot seed essential oil
  • 1 ½ beeswax pastilles

How to Make and Use: Add the first 3 oils in a double boiler, and heat at very low until the wax is completely melted. Make sure you stir it well, and then remove from heat. Stir in the other remaining ingredients, and place in fridge until set. Can you mornings and evenings.

  1. Hydrating Face Serum

       Ingredients:

  • ¼ cup aloe vera gel
  • 2 tbs vegetable glycerine
  • 1 tsp jojoba oil
  • 1 vitamin E capsule
  • 2 to 5 drops of essential oil (lavender, chamomile or rose)

How to Make and Use: Combine and shake all ingredients in a small glass pump. Store in refrigerator afterwards. Be sure to shake it well before applying. Apply this serum to clean skin at night for a night, overnight moisturizer.

Say good-bye to those wrinkles when you try out these 10 DIY natural treatments. Find out what works for you and stick with it!

Opting for expensive over-the-counter anti-aging products may seem like the faster way out; but using all-natural ingredients are not only good for you but they contain powerful properties that actually will prevent and battle wrinkles long-term. And if you opt to just buy a product instead of making one, try out Keeva Organics Anti-Aging Cream which is an anti-aging cream that contains only natural ingredients.
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Understanding the Life Cycle of a Pimple and How to Get Rid of it Fast

March 10, 2017


 

Have you ever woke up one day to only find a tiny, red dot on the center of your forehead? Unless you’re some kind of god or goddess who has perfect skin, we all have experienced acne or a pimple at some point in our lives.

Pimples are a normal skin condition and are developed when sebaceous glands, also known as oil glands become clogged and infected with bacteria which cause swollen, red lesions filled with pus to form. Excess sebum secretion by the oil glands is the primary cause behind this problem.

So what causes excess oil in the first place?


  • Stress- This includes both emotional and physical stress. Stress can increase the oil production in your skin and promote inflammation. Try not to go to bed stressed out; meditation, yoga and calming music before bed may help prevent morning breakouts.

  • Menstrual Cycle- For females this is the obvious reason. Every month a woman's body is going through a regular cycle of hormone production, and as those hormones wax and wane, they can stimulate the oil glands.

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  • Sweat- The act of sweating is not entirely a bad thing; as it can remove impurities from your skin and help protect against bacteria. However, if you let sweat sit on your skin for any prolonged length of time it can be a problem! Sweat can build up unwanted bacteria in your pores and what’s on your face, and if it settles back into your skin – not only breakouts but milia and rashes can become a result.

  • Diet- We all know that diet plays a huge role in our everyday lives, when we consume good foods we see positive benefits, but if we eat bad, there’s always consequences.

  • Lack of Sleep- Sleep is food for your brain, body and skin, and if we don’t get enough, it affects the moisture levels in your skin, decreasing them and lowering your complexion’s pH levels. So next time you decide to stay up and finish the last few episodes of Grey’s on Netflix passed your bedtime, think again!

  • Touching Your Face- Believe it or not, touching your face is one of the factors of breakouts. Because bacteria, viruses and allergens transfer from fingertips onto the skin, rubbing repeatedly onto the skin can do some real damage. If you do plan on touching anything, consider washing your hands first.

  • Cosmetic Products- Like many women, we use makeup to cover up our spots or blemishes, unfortunately because makeup also covers your pores, you can easily clog them and stop the flow of sebum, resulting in either excessively dry skin or oily skin.

    When removing makeup or other debris, use proper cleansers specifically designed for oily or acne-prone skin. Using natural products like honey can also work as well.

The causes of excess oils are endless; but now that we understand the root of the problem and why it may be happening, we can now focus on how to get rid of that pesky pimple and how to prevent it from happening. Here are quick tips on how to get rid of acne or pimples fast:

  • Ice- Ice is highly desired for those with pimples accompanied with pain because it offers an instant soothing effect. Wrap ice with a towel to prevent irritation. Place on top of pimple for no more than five minutes. Repeat steps every 15-30 minutes if you’re not satisfied with the results.

  • Vitamin C- Lemon juice is rich in vitamin C and can easily help the pimples to dry up faster. Dip a clean cotton swab in fresh lemon juice and apply it to the pimples before going to bed.

  • Toothpaste- Toothpaste is not only great use for teeth but can also be used to treat pimples quickly. It is most effective when used following the ice remedy. Make sure you use white toothpaste, as gel based toothpaste will not have the same effect.

  • Steam- Steam will open your pores and allow your skin to breathe. This will allow it to get rid of oils, dirt and bacteria trapped in the pores that can cause infection or inflammation.

  • Garlic- Garlic is an antiviral, antifungal, antiseptic and antioxidant agent that is a fast treatment for pimples. Heck, garlic helps to purify your blood so eating one clove a day won’t hurt! Cut a fresh garlic clove into two pieces and rub it on the pimples for five minutes before washing your skin. Repeat the treatment several times a day.

Pimples can be irritating; but if we properly take care of our bodies with exercise, clean diets, good sleep and shower regularly, we can help to prevent those pimples from appearing!

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The Top 7 Essential Oils for Acne

March 08, 2017


Top 7 Essential Oils for Acne

No matter race or age; acne has affected everyone at some point in their life, and some unfortunately more often than others. Acne, the most common skin disease condition, can cause painful breakouts on many parts of the body such as the face, chest, back and even arms.


Acne is caused by main factors such as clogged pores, excess oil production, bacteria and dead skin; and can also be caused by hormones, stress, diet, skin-irritation and birth control pills.


Acne is something that many feel embarrassed or ashamed by, and typically result in the use of over the counter products or chemical treatments to help clear their acne. Although, popular over the counter products can certainly help treat people with acne, it is important to know that these products are contained with the use of harsh chemicals that have side effects which essentially could further worsen your case of acne or do nothing at all.


So the solution? Natural treatments such as essential oils can help make all your acne problems go away. Because essential oils have the power to kill bacteria on the skin naturally, some of these essential oils have the power to relieve feelings of stress and anxiety, fight insomnia and sleep deprivation, and balance hormone levels. In addition to soothing your skin while providing you a number of benefits that go beyond fighting acne and promoting skin health. 

 

While there are numerous essential oils to choose from, here are the top 7 essential oils for fighting acne:

 

1. Tea Tree Oil:

Tea tree oil is one of the top oils used to cure acne. Because of its antibacterial properties, tea tree oil has the ability to fight the bacteria that causes acne. Tea tree oil also helps with inflammation and reduces redness of the face.


To use tea tree oil, just add 2-3 drops to a clean cotton ball and apply topically to the area. Tea tree oil is also found in products like Keeva Organics Acne Treatment Cream; which uses a simple formula and is comprised with mostly tea tree oil.


2. Lavender Oil:

Lavender oil is also known as one of the top oils for acne as it has both antimicrobial and antioxidant characteristics. Lavender oil soothes and nourishes the skin, while also treating acne, healing dry skin and reducing the appearance of dark spots and scars caused by acne. However its benefits do not end there as lavender oil is also known for its relaxing and de-stressing effects on the body and mind.


To use lavender oil, dilute the essential oil before applying it to the skin. Then mix 1 to 4 drops of lavender into 1 tablespoon of a base oil (almond or olive oil) and place topically on the area of concern.


3. Frankincense Oil:

Frankincense oil is known for its powerful properties such as antibacterial and anti-inflammatory, which is best use for acne, pimples and related blemishes and scarring. This oil also acts as a natural toner and tightens the skin, reducing wrinkles and scars, leaving you with beautiful, healthy youthful skin.


Make a paste of raw honey, lavender essential oil, tea tree oil and frankincense oil. After you have washed and fully dried your face off, apply this paste an hour before bed. Then right before bed rinse the paste off.

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4. Lemongrass Oil:

Lemongrass is another powerful essential oil used for acne treatment. Lemongrass oil is rich in Vitamin A, which is the essential vitamin that works for cell renewal and repair and has important anti-acne properties, in addition to containing Vitamin E, which helps lighten acne and pimple scars.


Boil a lemongrass stem in 2 cups of water for 5 minutes to create a lemongrass tea. Strain it then drink up! This tea has shown to help with acne.


5. Clary Sage Oil:

Clary sage oil is known for its antidepressant, antiseptic, bactericidal and astringent properties; making this essential oil a very powerful remedy for fighting acne. Clary sage’s benefits don’t stop there as it also alleviates feelings of stress and anxiety as well as supports hormonal balance.


Using a clean cotton ball, apply 1-3 drops of clary sage oil to the area of concern.


6. Juniper Berry Oil:

With its natural antibacterial and antimicrobial characteristics, Juniper berry oil is widely known for fighting skin irritations and infections, while supporting production of beautiful skin. Juniper berry also has detoxifying and stress-reducing properties that in turn helps to protect the body from many toxins that lead to acne breakouts.


Apply 2-3 drops to the specific area.


7. Rosemary Oil:

Rosemary oil has anti-inflammatory properties which help to fight acne and inflammation caused by acne bacteria. It also has antimicrobial properties that can fight full-blown breakouts as well as stop acne from even starting. Rosemary oil can overall revitalize your skin and promote healthy and radiant skin.


Apply 2-3 drops to a clean cotton ball and use topically to the area of concern.


These are the top 7 essential oils to use when curing acne. Acne can certainly be a pain and though over the counter products may be believed to be the better treatment; natural ingredients like the above are always the best alternative when treating acne.  With tea tree oil used as an active ingredient, Try using Keeva Organic’s acne treatment cream for faster and effective results

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14 Ways to Get Rid of Back Acne (Bacne) At Home in 20 Minutes or Less

February 25, 2017


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As if acne on your face was bad enough, acne can appear on other parts of your body, like your chest or back. Back acne, also known as bacne, is very common in mostly teenagers who have reached puberty until the age 30, but can still occur in ages above 30 as well.

 

There are a wide variety of reasons why you may develop back acne, from hormones and heredity to wearing tight clothing or even just living in a humid and hot climate, back acne can appear when you least expect it. Studies show that women tend to suffer more from face acne, whereas men have a surprising higher prevalence with back acne. Though the causes of back acne in men is nothing other than what was previously mentioned. Similarly, causes of back acne in females include pregnancy, genetics, menstrual cycles and hormonal imbalance.

 

Although, back acne can become a pesky and painful problem; there is no need to be embarrassed or ashamed. Before resorting to cystic laser treatment or expensive over the counter products, there are always natural home remedies for back acne to try at the comfort of your home first. This way you will definitely be saving a lot of time and money while treating your body in a natural, healthy way.

 

So to get you started, I’ve put together 14 back acne home remedies to use in 20 minutes or less.

 

1. Sea Salt

Sea salt has a lot of benefits for your skin. Sea salt has anti-inflammatory properties to soothe skin and calm breakouts and irritation. It also is a way to help relieve stress out of your body. This natural back acne cure helps to balance oil production and retain hydration in the layers of skin where it’s needed most. 

The Remedy:

  •  2 to 3 cups of sea salt
  • A bathtub of lukewarm water

Fill your bathtub with lukewarm water, and then start mixing in the sea salt. Relax and lay in your bathtub for about 20 minutes. Afterward, towel dries your body, and apply moisturizer. Note if you have oily skin; avoid putting anything on after the bath.

Depending on your back acne condition, repeat this home remedy one or two times every day to see results. In most cases, you should see your back acne healing in about one week.

 

2. Tea Tree Oil

Extracted from a native tree in Australia, tea tree oil is considered one of the top recommended treatments to use for back acne and acne overall. Tea tree oil contains cosmetic and antibacterial properties that help fight against the acne cause bacteria.

The Remedy:

  • Tea Tree Oil

Rinse and soap your back in the shower or tub. Using a back scrubber wet and add a few drops of tea tree oil to the brush. Scrub your entire back, completely covering it with tea tree oil. Using the scrubber will help to exfoliate any dead skin cells that may plug your pores, while the tea tree oil will help to kill off any acne-causing bacteria.

Leave the tea tree oil for about 5-10 minutes, afterward rinse yourself off.

Recommended products to use for back acne (bacne):

Keeva Tea Tree Oil Acne Cream

Keeva Antibacterial Body Wash

Keeva Tea Tree Soap

 

3. Honey

Honey is packed with antibacterial and antioxidant properties that definitely help to reduce scarring left by back acne, while also cleaning up all those dead skin cells. Plus with bonus points, treating your skin with honey will leave you with a brighter and more glowing complexion. 

The Remedy: 

  • Raw honey 

Place honey in a bowl and apply it directly to the scars. Leave it on for only a couple of minutes, and then rinse it off with water at a normal temperature. Repeat this remedy regularly to get better results.

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4. Garlic

Garlic is an excellent ingredient when it comes to natural home remedies. With its antioxidants and anti-inflammatory elements, garlic is one of the best acne scar solutions out there.

Although garlic helps to reduce acne scars slowly, it is an efficient ingredient to use in the long run. 

The Remedy:

  • 3 to 4 Garlic Cloves

Cut and crush up the garlic cloves, then directly apply to the scars on your back. Let it sit for about 5-10 minutes, and then wash it off. As you practice this remedy, you should see your scars lightening up and should disappear after some time.

 

5. Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is a fantastic ingredient to use in home remedies. With the ability to balance your pH levels, while treating the cause with its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties, apple cider vinegar is an efficient back acne treatment. 

The Remedy:

  • Apple cider vinegar

Using a small cotton ball, apply apple cider vinegar on the affected areas. Leave it to dry completely, should take no more than 10 minutes. Once dried, rinse off with water and pat dry. Repeat this process daily.

Please note apple cider vinegar is a very powerful ingredient, therefore before using; you might want to consider diluting it first.

 

6. Mint Leaves

Mint contains anti-inflammatory properties, which helps to soothe your skin and reduce the swelling caused by back acne. Using mint leaves externally can lighten up acne scars and blemishes. Consumption of mint purifies the blood which in turn removes impurities such as pesky pimples and acne. 

The Remedy:

  • A handful of peppermint leaves
  • Water

Crush the mint leaves and extract all the liquid from it. Then add water in it until you obtain a smooth-like paste. Take the paste and apply it to the areas of your back with acne and let it sit for around 15 minutes. Afterward, wash off your back with water. Repeat at least twice a day for great results.

 

7. Oatmeal

Oatmeal is the ideal treatment for skin sensitivity. With its anti-inflammatory properties, oatmeal not only exfoliates your skin in a healthy way but also helps you eliminate the scars that result from back acne.

The Remedy:

  • 3 Tablespoons of oatmeal
  • 3 Tablespoons of honey
  • Water

Regularly cook your oatmeal as you normally would. Once cooked, add the honey to it and let the mixture cool down. If you notice the mixture becoming dry, try adding a small amount of honey again. Massage the mask onto your acne. Let it dry for about 20 minutes, then using lukewarm water, wash the mask off.

 

8. Cucumber

Cucumbers work wonders to your skin! Just like apple cider vinegar, cucumbers have the power to balance your pH levels and regain healthy skin.

Cucumbers cleanse the skin by removing impurities and dead skin cells and can tighten pores. Because of the amino acids and minerals that cucumbers contain, it can tighten and regenerate your skin. 

The Remedy: 

  • 1 to 2 cucumbers

Using the cucumbers, either juice or blend them in order to achieve a liquid substance. Depending on your back acne condition, use either one or two times daily.

 

9. Aloe Vera

Aloe vera is another amazing home remedy because of its astringent properties, which help remove excess oil and dirt responsible for causing acne. Aloe vera has glucomannan and gibberellin, which are elements used to healing a wound. With its anti-inflammatory and antiseptic effects, aloe vera is one of the most effective natural remedies for acne. 

The Remedy:

  • Aloe vera leaf or pure aloe vera gel

Wash your skin with mild soap, preferably antibacterial soap and water. Then pat dry your skin. Now cut open the aloe lad and squeeze out its clear gel. Use and apply the gel directly to your acne areas only leaving it for a couple of minutes before washing it off. Do this twice a day, preferably in the morning after having a bath and at night before you go to bed.

 

10. Turmeric Powder

Turmeric powder is antibacterial and anti-fungal. It simply helps remove the excess oil and destroys the bacteria. With its excellent anti-inflammatory element, it helps to reduce the inflammation, swelling, redness and pain.

The Remedy:

  • 2 tablespoons of turmeric powder
  • Cream or mint juice

Mix together the ingredients and let it sit on your acne-affected back for approximately 20 minutes. Once finished rinse off with warm water. Repeat the process daily to see great results.

 

10. Baking Soda

Baking soda is cheap and can be easily be found in the kitchen of many. Baking soda has antibacterial and antiseptic properties and is anti-fungal. It is a widely used natural ingredient to cure acne, including back acne. Baking soda helps restore the pH levels of the skin while also preventing your skin from breaking out.

The Remedy:

  • 1 teaspoon of baking soda
  • Water

Mix together the ingredients until you achieve a paste-like consistency. Once achieved, apply the paste to your acne, while leaving on for 15 minutes. Using cold water, wash the mixture off and pat dry your skin. Repeat this remedy every two days.

 

12. Sugar Scrub

White or brown sugar helps get rid of the excess skin cells clogging up your pores by acting as a gentle exfoliator. Sugar does not leave behind any traces of residue to block the pores. It’s actually a great moisturizer for your skin, preventing it from dryness.

The Remedy:

  • One part oil (jojoba oil or coconut oil)
  • Two parts of sugar
  • Honey, green tea leaves if desired

Mix together the oil and sugar, making sure you use twice as much sugar than you do with oil. After showering, apply this mixture on your back while rubbing the affected area. Using a gentle circular hand motion, scrub it well on your body. Let sit for 10-15 minutes then rinse with lukewarm water. Lastly, dry your body in a patting motion.

 

13. Lemon Juice

Lemon juice is a great ingredient to use to easily cure back acne. Lemon juice is rich in vitamin C, which helps to exfoliate the skin. Most importantly, it is an astringent which works by constricting the body tissues while pushing the oil out of your skin.

The Remedy:

  • Lemon

Make sure you wash your back with warm water and then pat it dry with a towel for a couple of minutes. Afterward, squeeze a fresh lemon onto a cotton ball to apply it to the affected areas. Leave the lemon juice on the affected areas for about 10 minutes and then rinse off as usual.

 

14. Olive Oil

Olive oil contains antioxidants that reduce the appearance of acne scars. It also reduces redness, swelling, and inflammation caused by breakouts. Use this as a moisturizer to naturally give your skin the necessary hydration it needs to heal back acne scars.

The Remedy:

  • Olive Oil

Using the olive oil, rub directly on your back carefully until your skin absorbs all of it. This process typically takes a couple of minutes. Lastly, use an oil-free cleanser on the area and gently remove any remaining oil with a paper towel.

Back acne might be your next worst nightmare, but before choosing options, consider trying these 14 natural home remedies first. Using all natural ingredients will prevent your skin from reacting to strange chemicals typically used in store-bought products, not to mention will save you a ton of money. If you want to see results in 48 hours, try using Keeva Organic’s all natural acne cream formulated with only natural ingredients such as tea tree oil.

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5 Types Of Acne Explained And The Best Treatment

February 23, 2017


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One thing most of us have in common is acne. Acne is the most common skin condition in the United States that affects millions regardless of age. Acne occurs when the skin follicles that connect the pores and oil glands get clogged due to the excessive production of sebum (oil produced by skin). Though acne is considered harmless, it’s essential to recognize the different forms of acne and understanding the cause and treatment of your particular type. So let’s get started.

1. Whiteheads

Whiteheads are the earliest visible stage of a pimple. Whiteheads form when hair follicles or pores get clogged with dead skin cells and excess sebum causing a small, raised, white bump. The white color comes from the distillation of your sebum’s fatty oils and piles up of white blood cells that your body sends to resolve a pimple. Whiteheads are categorized as non-inflammatory acne, which typically is not inflamed, however, if they are left untreated, an infection can occur.

2. Blackheads:

Like whiteheads, they are formed when pores become clogged with sebum, however unlike whiteheads which are closed; they are open at the surface. The black color comes from the sebum coming into contact with oxygen and becoming oxidized. Blackheads are typically hard and small but can grow in size and lead to a cyst forming underneath the buildup, far below the skin surface.

Treatment:

Although whiteheads and blackheads are a mild form of acne, these pesky little bumps can be very bothersome. The best way to treat whiteheads and blackheads is to exfoliate; using products such as Keeva Organics Acne Serum which contains only natural ingredients such as tea tree oil which will help to reduce bacteria.

3. Pustule:

Pustules are your typical pimple – filled with a white or yellowish tip caused by the buildup of dead skin, sebum, and white blood cells and are usually tender and painful. Unlike whiteheads and blackheads, the buildup goes deeper into the root of the pore which makes it harder to clear out.

Treatment:

Natural ingredient products such as Keeva Organics Acne Cream Treatment will help to fight bacteria and infection.

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4. Nodule:

Nodules are a more severe type of acne; they are characterized as large, inflamed bumps that are sensitive to touch. Nodules are filled with pus and bacteria far deeper in the skin surface. When left untreated, nodules become further infected and abscess and can lead to more nodules in the surrounded pores.

Treatment:

For nodules, an antiseptic product containing tea tree oil such as Keeva Organics Acne Treatment or Keeva Organics Acne Face Wash will help to sooth the lumps and prevent infection from occurring.

5. Cysts:

Cysts are also a very severe type of acne, they are large and inflamed and typically known to last for months. These large lumps are formed beneath the skin and are often extremely painful. Cysts occur when the follicle breaks along the base and the follicle collapses completely causing an inflamed bump that is hard to touch.

Treatment:

While keeping your skin clean is very important, if you ever encounter cysts, consult with your dermatologist. Prescription drugs may be more effective than over-the-counter medication.

Which acne do you have? Now that you are familiar with the different forms of acne, you can properly treat these spots for clearer skin!

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Keeva Rated #1 Acne Cream by US Medical Times and Reviews.com!

February 14, 2017


This month Keeva Tea Tree Oil Acne Cream has been receiving some rave reviews. In a recent post, the editors of US Medical Times discovered: "Why Young Women and Dermatologists are Rushing AWAY from Accutane and Proactiv?" and why they are using better more natural alternatives like Keeva to treat acne.

Read the full US Medical Times article here: Shocking Truth About Acne Revealed

In other online news, Reviews.com, named Keeva the Best Acne Treatment for 2017! They tested and compiled feedback for 42 available acne treatments and Keeva was on top!

See the results from Reviews.com here: The Best Acne Treatment

We are thrilled to see the secret is out! Tea Tree Oil works!

Get your Keeva Tea Tree Oil Acne Cream here.

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February 12, 2017


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Keeva Organic’s Product Comparison: Why You Must Try It

February 08, 2017


Comparison Keeva Organic Products

Regardless of your age, millions of Americans are commonly affected with a skin condition called acne. Acne occurs when hair follicles become clogged with dead skin cells and oil (known as sebum) from the skin.


Acne is often considered embarrassing and bothersome, and in most cases affects our level of confidence. So what do we turn to? Generally, our first thought to curing acne is by using expensive acne treatments that we see on TV. However, what most of us do not realize is that store bought brands are associated with negative side effects that may not help your condition or even make your condition worst.


On the other hand, products that use all natural ingredients with simplified formulas are the most efficient and effective treatment for acne. Unlike popular store bought brands, a leading brand called Keeva Organics uses natural tea tree oil, honey and vitamin C-rich ingredients to balance the skin's oil levels and fights current and future acne problems, leaving your skin feeling cleaner, sexier and blemish free.

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What Makes Keeva Organic Better Than Other Brands?

1. Active Ingredients

  • Keeva Organics: Tea Tree Oil

    With tea tree oil being the main component, this formula naturally disinfects pores and dries out whiteheads without the unwanted negative effects. Tea tree oil is widely known for its powerful effects on killing bacteria while also softening your face.

    Other Brands

    Proactiv Murad Neutrogena Clean and Clear Clearasil
    Benzoyl Peroxide

    Salicyclic  Acid

    Salicyclic Acid

    Salicyclic Acid

     Benzoyl Peroxide

     

    While both ingredients are known to fight acne; they both come with many problems when high concentrations are applied to a large area of skin for a long period of time. Benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid both can cause dryness and peeling of skin, hives or itching and redness of the skin.


    2. Pricing

    For just $24.95 you can get Keeva’s Acne Treatment Cream, which offers acne fighting results for all skin and acne types!

    Other brands like Proactiv, Murad, Neutrogena, Clean and Clear, and Clearasil offers price ranges from $10-$100 but instead of purchasing one product, they require you to buy multiple products depending on your skin and acne type, and we all know that can easily get pricey.

    3. Results and Reviews

    Keeva Organics: Because the leading active ingredient is tea tree oil, this product naturally disinfects pores and dries out whiteheads, blackheads, pimples, bacne, scars, you name it! Keeva also prevents future acne problems, leaving your skin cleaner, smoother and blemish free.


    With thousands of 5-star reviews from real customers, Keeva Organics is proven to be the best acne treatment product. The customer receives 100-day full money back guarantee if not satisfied with the product.


    Other brands such as Proactiv, Murad, Clean and Clear and Clearasil have reported having only worked for some, but not for all.


    To conclude, Keeva Organics is the top choice when treating any kind of acne. With its all natural simplified formula, its unbeatable price, 100-day money back guarantee and proven track results, it’s the most effective and efficient acne treatment. Take control of your skin and place your order today by visiting Keeva Organics – to get clearer and healthier skin!

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    4 Foods To Avoid For Acne Prone And Oily Skin: #3 Is Shocking!

    January 26, 2017


    Acne isn’t just something that needs to be treated topically. You can apply all the cleansers in the world to your acne prone skin but sometimes the problem is about more than just what you’re putting on your skin to keep the oils and acne at bay. After all, while bacteria levels can be maintained with surface cleansers and certain brands of makeup, the oil your body naturally produces is not something you can combat away. It’s a genetic link to your acne problem and can only be managed by lifestyle changes, mainly, the food you eat.

    If you’re prone to acne or oily skin, these are the four foods you’ll want to avoid to help curb the acne breakouts in addition with any cleansers or face wash you’re using.

    avoid dairy if have acne

    This is something of a double-edged sword. On the one hand, you’ve got a nice amount of calcium in dairy items which are actually very healthy for your skin. But the hormones in dairy products like milk, such as estrogen, can cause breakouts to occur. As a result, it’s best to avoid dairy and seek out your calcium needs through plant-based sources like broccoli and other green vegetables.

    avoid fried foods if have acne

    This might seem obvious, but the link here isn’t for the reason you think. Consuming oily food doesn’t necessarily result in excess skin oil, it’s that fatty, fried food can mess with the insulin levels in your body which, in turn, mess with your hair follicles. It’s in these follicles that pimples are born. And when they’re irritated or excited, bacteria or dead skin cells can become trapped, resulting in the acne outbreak. However, natural oils such as olive or avocado are actually very good for your skin.

    avoid caffeine if have acne

    This is another acne cause thanks to the hormone situation. While caffeinated beverages don’t carry the level of hormones as certain dairy products do, it can knock your hormones out of whack and induce stress in the body, which is also an acne trigger.

    avoid high sugar foods if have acne

    It’s a wide known fact that too much sugar intake can lead to acne breakouts. This happens for a similar reason as the fried food and processed oils. And, though many people don’t realize it, alcohol is actually incredibly high in sugar across the board (that includes pints of Guinness just as much as a fruit cocktail from the bar). You’ll want to avoid high sugar foods and foods with processed sugar in them as well.

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