Some Weak Evidence Suggests That Applying Garlic Topically Might Improve Acne, but Proceed with Caution
Hypochlorous Acid Is a Disinfectant with Some Medicinal Properties, but It’s Too Soon to Tell If It Can Benefit People with Acne
To Some Degree, Yes. Tea Tree Oil Is One of the Few “Natural” Treatments That Has Considerable Science Behind It.
Some Chemicals in Lemon Juice May Help
Homeopathy Is an Unproven Form of Alternative “Medicine” with No Scientific Backing. Buyer Beware!
There Is No Scientific Evidence That Over-the-counter Milk of Magnesia Products Would Help
The Zinc Oxide in Calamine Lotion May Help
Mineral Oil Is Safe to Use, but It Is Not Likely to Help Acne
Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) May Have Some Antibacterial and Antioxidant Properties but Don’t Expect Miracles
Perhaps. Apple Cider Vinegar May Help Moderate Hormones Through Reducing Blood Sugar Spikes after High Glycemic Food Intake.