Proactive Acne Treatment:
a Proactive Acne Treatment
and control are two words you often hear about acne. But
when it comes to treatment and control, what works? Take your pick
of drug stores and you'll find a smorgasbord of different products
you can use to "clear acne in 72 hours."
claims. Sometimes these over-the-counter and prescribed treatments
make acne worse or cause symptoms that make a face or back full
of pimples look like a walk in the park!
let's talk about proactive acne treatment. Many teens and adults
alike believe this is a must in clearing up acne for the long-term.
And what being proactive means is that you take charge of your own
health and lifestyle and know what to do, and what not to
instance, no matter how "ready" a white-headed pimple
looks, you probably shouldn't pop it, though some controversy exists
on this subject. And in contrast with what the majority of people
do, you should gently pat dry your face. Washing and drying your
face as if the cloth were a chainsaw will exacerbate your acne.
acne treatment products and medications may seem like the first
step you can take to achieve your goal of having clear skin. But
sadly, easy solutions and chemicals rarely work for many people.
And no matter what a drug ad says, acne treatments alone will not
help you win the battle against acne.
ultimate success, you must have an over-all lifestyle change.
means you have to change your diet. Oil is the number one cause
of acne. It's this very oil you need to avoid. So clearly eating
hamburgers and junk food will not help you get rid of acne. On the
contrary, oily foods are like fuel to acne.
oil in greasy hamburgers will sustain the sebaceous oil glands,
allowing them to continually pump oil to your face.
are natural oils that help nourish the skin, such as omega fats
from avocados and Carlson's
fish oil. Eating plenty of greens daily will also make a substantial
acne treatment is an inside-out process.
if you get rid of all of the garbage inside, it will show up on
the outside; conversely, if the inside is filled with bad oils and
processed foods, it will reflect on your skin.
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