The combination of ginger and cinnamon are some of the most popular and effective treatments for acne, according to researchers at the University of Minnesota.
A study published in the journal Dermatology & Cutaneous Surgery found that patients who used ginger and other herbal remedies for acne had lower skin inflammation and less redness compared to those who didn’t.
Researchers also found that a single infusion of ginger with one teaspoon of cinnamon had the most benefit.
Researchers also noted that cinnamon may be a good choice for patients who have sensitive skin because it can reduce redness and inflammation, especially around the eyes and nose.
But as for whether it’s worth the extra effort, a quick search of medical literature showed that ginger has been shown to improve skin and skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis and psorias, and may even help prevent and treat skin cancer.
It’s not the only herbal treatment that can help treat acne.
Cinnamon is a powerful natural remedy that is sometimes used to treat acne, psores, eczemas and eczems.
Some patients may not find it beneficial.
Many experts say that ginger may be just as effective as cinnamon for treating acne, although it’s not known how much ginger and how much cinnamon are needed for a full benefit.
In the future, researchers hope to explore ways to combine ginger and tea to improve symptoms of acne.
Ginger has long been used as a topical treatment, as a skin treatment, and as a tonic and anti-inflammatory.
It’s also used in other herbal therapies, like tonics, creams and sprays.
More on AOL.comThe University of Michigan School of Medicine and Clinics in Medicine and Pharmacy will host the Ginger Institute’s third annual Ginger Research Symposium.
The symposium is open to the public, and participants will receive a $1,000 grant from the university to continue their research.
For more information about the university’s Ginger Institute, visit www.umich.edu/gind institute