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Published On: Wed, Sep 6th, 2017

Acne Treatment That Work Best For You

If your search for a permanent cure to acne has brought you here, you are at the right place. You see, the thing about finding acne cure is that there is no one size fits all, it is only a matter of what works for you.  You shouldn’t be overcome by the sheer number of treatment options out there; you should focus on finding what will work for you, and in that regard, we have you covered. We not only talk about the causes of acne and various treatments out there, we also mention how you can know if it is suitable for you.

To learn more detail about how to clear acne fast and naturally, read  here: How to Get Rid of Acne Fast (40 Best Natural Acne Treatment)

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What Really Causes Acne?

You must have heard and probably read a lot about how acne is caused by dirt, accumulated skin oil, bacteria and the likes. If you will not take me for a conspiracist, it is a strategy put forward by the big guns to monopolize the situation. After all, what do they stand to gain if people start handling their acne problems for good within the comfort of their homes? They are able to sell products you can completely do without by consistently peddling this lie.

This is not to say that acne cannot occur when there are dead skin cells covering skin pores, by dirt or by bacteria, however, these are not the major causes of acne. Acne is an internal problem caused by unhealthy internal system that outwardly manifests as acne. An unhealthy internal system has an unbalanced pH, unbalanced hormones and harmful bacteria in the body. If your internal system remains unhealthy, every external treatment you use will be a cosmetic procedure enduring for a while since the root cause is left unattended.

Have you ever even wondered why you go to sleep with a fresh face and wake up with an acne breakout? What happened, you wonder, especially if you are the meticulous type who doesn’t joke with hygiene? The reason for such breakout obviously isn’t because your skin pores have been blocked or clogged. After all, the same case applies to people who regularly exfoliate. The breakout is because your internal environment is unhealthy and throwing tantrums. Until you give it the attention it deserves, it will continue to command it with acne attacks. Therefore, the key to getting rid of acne for good is to pay attention to your inside; to regulate your hormones and pH and ensure that your metabolism is in an impeccable state, ingest the right nutrients and sustain friendly bacteria in the body.

What Acne Treatment Will Work Best for You?

I must confess, there are times when you need the quick fix more than anything else in the world. There are times when you just can’t afford to have those zits on your face or other body parts. In such instances, habits:

  1. Exfoliate regularly especially with natural scrubs
  2. Wash regularly to keep oils away
  3. Keep your skin pores unclogged. Don’t wear make-up for extended periods of time
  4. Keep your skin moisturized; it must never be dry after washing

How to Exfoliate

Mix ¾ baking soda with ¼ baking powder to form a scrub. Apply this mixture gently over your face till its covered and also over other affected areas. Repeat this twice a week and your skin pores will be able to breathe freely.

How to Keep Oils Away From Skin

All it takes to keep the oils away is oil absorbing sheets. You can this from any store that sells dailies such as Rite-Aid and Walgreens. Make sure cosmetics don’t stay too long on the face. This can also serve as a long term solution to acne as your internal system also gets healthier once it absorbs less oil from the skin. When oil is absorbed in excess, it can lead to hormonal imbalance.

You can also keep dirt and bacteria away from your skin pores. Just buy a preferred face wash and use it. Ensure it isn’t an acne face wash as these contain harmful chemicals that can further irritate your skin. Yet, you must be careful about the number of times you wash your face, it shouldn’t exceed twice so you don’t dry out your skin. It’s easy to abide by this principle if you remember that acne isn’t primarily caused by external factors.

How to Keep Skin Moisturized

The most important thing is to use an oil-free lotion. You can replace this with water based lotion that will nourish your skin without endangering it. You can opt for a moisturizer that has aloe vera in it or buy the gel and apply generously to your face.

Long Term Acne Treatment

For a longer lasting acne cure, you should pay attention to your internal system. However, I must be sincere enough to say this article doesn’t go in depth about it. However, it has enough information to get you started on an acne-free journey.

I can swear by the recommended principles here as i used them myself and they worked for me. if they don’t work for you within the stipulated time. All you have to do is find viable ingredients that can serve as alternative, not throw the whole treatment into the bin as a sham:

  1. Drink a glass of lemon water
  2. Take a dosage of probiotic which you can get over-the-counter. about 30 minutes after taking the probiotic,
  3. Take a garlic pill which you can also get at vitamin shops, over-the-counter or at health stores.
  4. take detox tea or decaf depending on what suits you

This treatment will work wonders for your skin by cleansing you from the inside out. But you must ensure it’s a habit to keep acne away for good. Your skin will thank you.

Author: Herman Turgimin

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