Take care of Acne Internally!

Have you ever woken up with that one stubborn zit on your face and then realize a million more joins the party? Well, that’s the worst part of acne. You won’t even know why it started in the first place. The many situations I’ve came across with many clients are around 15-30 years of age and have not been taking good care of their skin.

But, what if I told you there’s a way to know?

Acne is usually caused by hormonal disruptions, change in immune system, or product allergies.

But, here are some other things you can do to help fix it!

  1. Eat RIGHT! Yes, you might be on a budget and can’t afford everything to be organic, but here’s an idea. Eat CLEAN. You don’t need to break your bank by eating organic at the moment, but what you do is reduce the fast food, take outs, and make time to cook food at home. You need to understand what’s in your body. (link of foods that need to be organic)

  2. Please do not multitask when you’re eating, I’m serious. No TV, no screen time at all. This is said because when you focus on what you eat, you’re self aware, and it’ll digest better, and your face sometimes represents whats happening on the inside.

  3. Please try to have berries if you have no problems with it. Antioxidants are amazing at helping you throw away those bad things in your system.

  4. Drink water! At this point I don’t even care if its mineral water or arrowhead water. Water purified is important. You can get your minerals in many other ways.

  5. Get a blood test and see if you’re okay! Your blood tests should be able to tell you what’s going on.

  6. Sorry but your drugstore products full of stripping agents need to go. Yes, I said it, I dislike drugstore brands. I’ve used almost every product and seen people with severe acne use these products, and after they detox from it, miracles happen.

  7. Try using gentle cleansers with no beads, no foam, and no harsh detergents, and maybe add Tamanu Oil to your night time routine. Tamanu oil is known for its anti-bacterial properties and is used to treat acne type skin and scarring.

Picture credit goes to Brooke Larke on Unsplash

 

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