How to Get Rid of Acne or Pimples using Simple Remedy from Tib

How to Get Rid of Acne or Pimples using Simple Remedy from Tib

How to Get Rid of Acne or Pimples using Simple Remedy from Tib

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Pimples caused by acne are small infectious eruptions or inflammations of the skin which develop when sebaceous oil glands become clogged, infected, leading to swollen red lesions filled with pus.

Causes

According to studies, pimples or acne on face are caused by bacteria which flourish in the excess oil, causing the skin to become inflamed and creating pimples. Here are some of the other causes that can trigger Pimple explosion and acne scars:

  • Dirt
  • Mental Pressure and Stress
  • Junk Food
  • Drugs
  • Cosmetics

Symptoms

Apart from redness and inflammation of skin, some other symptoms include

  • Closed or open plugged pores
  • Small red, tender bumps
  • Painful, pus-filled lumps beneath the surface of the skin (Depends upon Severity)
  • Acne scars

Prophetic Treatment

Pimple eruption is a very common issue that we come across in our daily lives, especially in summers. The pimple is a growth that results from hot harmful, septic substances that push towards the skin so as to find a way out of the body. Arbian peninsula is hot and dry which favors the causes of Pimples. In tib a simple and easy remedy is provided for acne treatment.

1Apply Arum on Pimples

Apply arum on the affected parts of the skin which acts as an acne cream. Arum helps extract the septic matter from the pimple, along with giving a good aroma.  It also soothes the hotness of the pimple and causes healing process to accelerate.

It is narrated that one of Holy Prophet’s Wife were suffering from pimples and when Holy Prophet S.A.W. witnessed her skin He said,

“Do you have arum (She said yes) Place it on the pimple. He then said; Say, O Allah who transforms the big to small and the small to big, make what I am suffering from small”.

 

 

 

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Syed Waqqas Mohsin Syed Waqqas Mohsin is a senior writer for Tib-e-Nabvi with extensive knowledge on all things Tib. You can find me on twitter @waqqasmohsin.

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