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Does turmeric cure acne?

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Turmeric is anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal in nature. The herb also helps in reducing the clumping of skin cells and unblocks the pores. These properties help in treating acne. Other than that, turmeric also contains antioxidants, the effect of which leads to clearer skin.

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The answer is yes. Few months ago, got accident while driving bike. Got heavy wounds in legs, Went to hospital but bandage didnt worked for me. Elders advised me to apply Turmeric in wounded parts. I applied and got cured in a weak of time. Cold Pressed Coconut Oil can also be applied in wounded parts.

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Yes it does and you can achieve that by applying turmeric mixed with water and leave it to dry and wash it off. Repeat it for a week.

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