Natural Acne Treatment
Posted By: Lindsay Schroeder Posted In: Uncategorized Date Posted: May 25th, 2011 Comments: 1

Today, most people who are suffering from acne are looking for an immediate and painless acne treatment. They try whatever they find to get rid of acne like purchasing multiple skincare products, going for facial treatments, or consulting a dermatologist to get prescription medication. These options might help to relieve the problem for a short time, but they do not truly solve the main problem that is deep-rooted inside your body.

Many acne treatments contain synthetic chemicals, which can have negative side effects on your body. Why not try the natural route and look into treating the problem from within?

Stop Acne Internally

One of the main causes of acne could be what is going on inside our bodies. Our bodies may have food allergies that we are unaware of. Our bodies are filled with many harmful chemicals that go into the food we eat and air we breathe.

You need to get rid of dangerous toxins by detoxing. The chemicals may contribute to hormone imbalances, which can surface as acne breakouts. You can discover many natural remedies reading reviews on the best and safest detox treatments available. Remove these toxins from your body and you will be well on your way to better looking and better feeling skin.

Another simple and beneficial way to treat acne is by drinking plenty of clean water daily. Water can remove the toxins from your body more quickly so they don’t fester in your body causing you illness and poor skin. Drink a minimum 8 glasses of water each day and your skin will be more hydrated and clear. Throw in a couple organic lemon slices to further cleanse out your system and have even clearer skin.

Stop Acne Externally

Raw organic honey is one of the most effective and beneficial acne remedies available. Honey is packed with antioxidants and is also antibacterial and antimicrobial so if you use it as a face mask, can gently pull impurities from the skin that cause acne. Simply cleanse your face then apply 2-3 tablespoons of honey to your face for 30 minutes. Then rinse off with warm water and apply an oil-free moisturizer to retain needed moisture.

Do not over-cleanse your face. You may think that cleansing frequently can help remove oil and acne-causing bacteria, but doing so will strip your skin of needed oil and will leave your skin very dry, thus causing your oil glands to secrete even more oil making you overly oily! Cleansing twice a day, morning and night, is recommended but no more than three times a day. Always follow with an oil-free moisturizer to prevent further breakouts and oily/dry skin.

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  • Nomsa - January 7, 2015 at 4:28 pm - Reply

    Hi.
    I love your tips. Im a 44 year old woman, still have a skin problem. My skin is too oily and sensitive. I dont know what to use anymore. My blood type is O Negative. Please help. Thanks

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