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If you want to get rid of acne, this video will teach you how to use lemon and cinnamon to get perfect skin. When combined, lemon and cinnamon have a super beneficial effect for our health and can help treat many diseases. Including acne!
Do you want to know how?
Both lemon and cinnamon help prevent and treat many diseases, boost immunity, reduce inflammation, help with weight loss and are good for the skin.
Cinnamon is antimicrobial, anti parasitic, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory, which makes it great for treating wounds.
Lemon is rich in vitamin C, which improves collagen production and keeps your skin tight and smooth, and also cleans impurities, helps heal scars and stimulates cell formation.
Learn how to make the recipe:
1 teaspoon of cinnamon;
1 tablespoon of lemon juice;
Soak a cotton pad in the mixture and apply on the areas where you have acne. Let it sit on your skin for five minutes and then rinse. Apply every night before going to bed, after cleaning your face. In the morning, apply sunscreen and avoid exposing your skin to the sun.
This recipe is great to treat acne and to make your skin lighter and healthier. The results will be definitely fabulous!
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