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Skin Scrumdown: How to beat breakouts on your face (for good)

February 25, 2015 by Works with Water

If you thought you could leave acne back in secondary school with your awkward braces and milk bottle glasses, then think again. According to a recent study, more than 40% of adults experience some kind of acne in their lives. The stats tend to drop off when you hit the big 4 – 0, but what about younger men keen to get rid of the pimples that remind us far too much of the dodgy haircuts and girlfriends of our teenage days?

Well, if your breakouts are on your face we’re here to help you beat them. There are a number of different options available, which we’ll run through now. Choose whichever suits your lifestyle and your needs the best and don’t be afraid of mixing and matching a few different options.

Sort our your diet

It’s argued back and forth between those in the know, but many experts now believe that what you put into your body has a huge affect on how it looks on the outside. Sounds simple, right? So why do we so often eat junk food, party too much and neglect to keep ourselves hydrated. Well, who knows, but if you’re keen to see an improvement on the outside you need to sort out the inside. We recommend a diet rich in omega-3 fatty acids, veggies and some fruit. You should also aim to drink as much water as you can per day, this will allow your skin to flush away any build up and give your skin a fighting chance of beating off the acne itself.

Try a supplement

If you want to try a natural method, then we recommend our supplement, help: clear skin MEN. Don’t worry, there’s zero effort involved. All you do is add the powder to a morning shake, juice or just water and down it. The ingredients inside get to work on your skin from within your body, calming redness and inflammation and reducing the risk of bacteria collecting together and causing breakouts. In simple terms? It’ll massively improve the condition of your skin and work to clear it of acne.

Take a trip to your pharmacy

A trip to your doctor or pharmacy for acne treatment will leave you with a tube of cream or pack of pills and (maybe) a rather sore-looking face. For many this is a surefire option, and it can work wonders, but many of these spot treatments contain antibiotics and retinoids. This means if you’re swallowing your treatment you might notice some adverse side effects and if you’re applying it to your face you might notice red skin. It’s a treatment to consider, but be wary and remember it’s like a plaster – it might get rid of some spots, but won’t cure what’s going on underneath.

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