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Did you know your saliva can treat pimples and acne scars?

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The very fluid that helps in digesting food and maintaining oral hygiene is a natural treatment for pimples and acne scars.

Saliva is a complex mixture of water, enzymes, proteins, minerals, and antibacterial compounds designed to protect the mouth from germs and facilitate the breakdown of food.

Among its many components, enzymes like lysozyme and peroxidase play a crucial role in fighting off bacteria. Meanwhile, proteins such as statins assist in wound healing, making saliva a multifunctional fluid capable of more than its primary functions.

The idea of using saliva for skin care, particularly for healing pimples and acne scars, is grounded in its natural healing properties.

Here’s how saliva can potentially benefit the skin:

  • Antibacterial action: The antibacterial properties of saliva can help combat the bacteria responsible for acne. By applying saliva to affected areas, you may reduce bacterial growth and inflammation.
  • Enzymatic breakdown: Saliva contains enzymes that can break down organic matter. These enzymes may help in gently exfoliating the skin, removing dead skin cells that clog pores and lead to pimples.
  • Wound healing: Growth factors and histatins in saliva have been shown to accelerate the healing process of wounds. When applied to acne scars, these components can promote tissue repair and regeneration, potentially reducing the visibility of scars.

To harness the benefits of saliva for treating pimples and acne scars, follow these steps:

  • Timing: Morning saliva, collected immediately after waking up and before brushing your teeth or eating, is believed to be the most potent due to its concentrated composition.
  • Application: Apply a small amount of saliva directly to the clean affected area. Let it air dry to allow the skin to absorb its healing components.
  • Frequency: For best results, this practice can be done daily as part of your morning routine.

While using saliva as a treatment may seem unconventional or even unsanitary to some, it’s important to approach it with an open mind and proper hygiene practices. Consider the following precautions:

  • Personal use only: Never apply someone else’s saliva on your skin to avoid the risk of infections.
  • Clean application: Ensure your face and hands are clean before applying saliva to prevent introducing new bacteria to your skin.
  • Patch test: If you have sensitive skin, conduct a patch test on a small area to check for any adverse reactions.

Despite evidence supporting the use of saliva for skin healing, scientific studies specifically addressing its effects on acne and scars are limited. Most evidence comes from broader research on saliva’s wound-healing properties. As with any home remedy, results can vary widely among individuals, and what works for one person may not work for another.

For persistent or severe skin issues, consulting with a dermatologist is recommended.

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JOLOWO BUNALAYEFA PIUS is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for BUNADY NEWSLITE GLOBAL ENTERPRISE (Bunady.com). He started his Blogging/Journalism career at God's Own Wireless Company 2012. He's a graduate of Adekunle Ajasin University Akungba Akoko Ondo State, with a major in History And International Studies. You can contact him for press events, advertisement promotions on Email: contact.bunady@gmail.com

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