How to use cinnamon for skin health?

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Treating acne with cinnamon and honey.

Treating acne with honey
Honey is the best acne treatment and it is a solution that consists of sugar, most of which are fructose and glucose. These sugars contain proteins, amino acids, vitamins, minerals, and enzymes that reduce acne.

The main reason using honey and cinnamon to treat acne is to kill the bacteria that contribute to inflammation of the skin pores.

Cinnamon acne treatment
Cinnamon is the best treatment for acne because it contains anti-microbial properties. Cinnamon can kill or suppress microbes, staphylococci, and Candida.

Cinnamon also has astringent properties, as astringents help shrink pores, which can make the skin appear smoother and thus prevent acne from appearing.

How to make a face mask for acne
A face mask can be made with cinnamon and honey and left on the skin for 30 minutes, by adding 2 tablespoons of honey and mixing with 1 teaspoon of cinnamon until it forms a paste-like substance that is applied to the skin.

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