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I am suffering from severe back acne for the last 3 years. I tried almost all the natural and prescribed back acne treatments but nothing seemed to work for me. I was hoping to find here some home remedies for acne. I’ve heard from a friend that they work. Anyone knows any home remedy for acne or where I can find the? Thanks.

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Here is a home remedy for acne that you can try with. You need Witch Hazel to make it.
Every night before you go to bed, take a cotton ball or pad, put a little witch hazel on it then rub it on your face and every mourning repeat that. I did this for about a month. Day by day my acne got clearer and clearer.
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