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Curing acne from the inside

January 25, 2013 by Works with Water
Meditating to reduce stress

Acne is very visible from the outside but what goes on internally is the reason most acne breakouts occur. If you can treat these causes then you will be well on your way to blemish free skin.

1. Depression – The problem with acne is not merely a physical one; it leads to negative psychological and emotional effects as well. Studies show that acne goes hand-in-hand with depression and anxiety, and mental distress can actually contribute to the skin condition worsening.

If acne is impacting your life to the point that it is negatively affecting your self-esteem, it’s time to get help. Talk to your doctor. Don’t dismiss your feelings, and don’t be ashamed.

2. Reduce Stress – Stress causes a chemical response in your body that makes skin more sensitive and reactive. It can also make it harder for skin problems to heal. Although stress is unavoidable, there are ways to manage it.

  • First and foremost, get some sleep.
  • Second, exercise. Not only does physical activity help you “blow off steam”, it’s a great way to improve your mood and it also boosts circulation.
  • Deep breathing, meditating and other forms of “quiet time” help, too.

Beyond reducing the stress in your life, these small steps just might make you look younger and more radiant as well.

3. Change your diet – Although genetics may play a factor in the appearance of your skin, watching what you eat may improve skin quality tremendously. Foods that spike your blood sugar levels can also push your body into making extra insulin. This then signals the sebaceous glands to manufacture and secrete an oily substance called sebum, which in elevated amounts causes the bacterium P. acnes to proliferate and clog up the hair follicles.

4. Tackle your vitamin deficiency – Scientists have noted that people with acne tend to have “significantly lower” levels of vitamins A and D as compared with people without acne. Vitamin C is also good for your skin because it has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, which can facilitate skin-damage repair and prevent the return of acne.

5. Drink more water and take help: clear skin – Drinking water will help to cleanse your body removing the buildup of toxins that may cause your skin to break out.

By adding 1 sachet a day of help: clear skin to a glass of water you will be fighting the bacteria associated with acne vulgaris from the inside. Praventin – the key ingredient in help: clear skin – is rich in Lactoferrin, known to reduce the development of bacteria responsible for many skin impurities. In addition, Lactoferrin also helps to prevent blemishes and spots forming due to its antimicrobial effect.

It’s easy to feel helpless when you’re breaking out and don’t know how to stop it. Just knowing you’ve taken a step to improve your skin can help you feel more in control.

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