Acne

“If you are not ready to alter your way of life, you cannot begin to heal.” – Hippocrates (460-377 B.C). You will find here information, articles and books addressing the positive holistic approach to Acne.

Acne

End Embarrassing Acne Today!

Acne is a skin condition most commonly associated with puberty. Acne appears primarily on the face, but can also be prevalent on the neck, chest, shoulders, arms, and back. Acne can be so severe that it causes significant embarrassment and low self-esteem, particularly when it appears mostly on the face, and it can leave permanent scars. Although most teenagers experience acne to some degree, acne can be a concern for any age group. Acne is also commonly referred to as pimples, zits, or blemishes.

Acne is caused by clogged pores, and can take several forms. Acne can appear as a painful red bump on the surface of the skin, as a whitehead, blackhead, or even as cysts, which are deep, painful collections of puss that form under the skin and are difficult to get rid of. Oil produced by the skin and the skin cells themselves can clog pores and create pimples.

Increased hormonal activity is a known contributor to acne, which is why it’s common in teenagers. Likewise, women can experience an increase in acne during their menstrual cycles and during menopause. Stress was once thought to be a cause of acne, although there is a lack of evidence that proves a correlation between the two. Heredity can play a role in the development of acne. Children whose parents suffered from severe acne during puberty are more likely to develop acne themselves.

Diet has long been thought to have a link to acne. Greasy foods, such as pizza and French fries, have been labeled as culprits. Chocolate, soft drinks, and sweets in general have also been blamed. If you find that certain foods seem to contribute to your acne, it’s best to avoid them.

Contrary to popular belief, acne is not caused by dirt. Acne is caused by an increase in production of naturally occurring oils on the skin. These oils are formed regardless of whether the skin is clean or dirty. Acne results from pores that become clogged from oxygenated oils or from dead skin cells. Exfoliation, a process of scrubbing the skin to remove loose skin cells, can help to keep the skin acne- free, because it removes some of the skin cells that could potentially clog pores and form pimples.

Acne is a condition that is caused by natural events, and there are natural techniques that claim to be highly effective in controlling acne and skin breakouts. Rather than suffer from this embarrassing and painful condition, take action now to get it under control and avoid potential permanent scarring. Make a commitment to undertake a holistic approach to dealing with your acne, and let your beautiful, clear skin shine through!

Discover & Cure The Root Cause Of Acne

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The end result is this vicious cycle of breakouts will continue to repeat itself. This is the dilemma that has faced acne sufferers for years.

The "root cause" of acne is internal, and until you address those internal issues you will never permanently cure your acne. Our program takes you by the hand, and shows you step-by-step exactly what to do.

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