Whether you are a teenager dealing with acne for the first time or an adult dealing with acne for the tenth time in your life, you no doubt have questions about how to live with it. This article will discuss some of the ways to prevent, treat and cope with acne.
Get more vitamin A daily to have clearer skin free of breakouts. The beta-kerotene (a.k.a vitamin A) found in vegetables like carrots helps make the skin able to protect itself better against anything that could cause acne like dirt, oil, and foreign germs. It also helps make the skin repair itself more quickly.
Birth control can both be a cause and a preventative treatment for acne. For many adult women, going on the pill is to treat their adult acne. The pills contain hormones that can help the female’s own hormones find balance and some get clearer skin out of this. Many times though, when they get off of the pill, this can cause they’re hormones to go haywire and they can start breaking out again.
Exercise, surprisingly enough, will help to clear up acne as well as any other treatment. A regular fitness routine can help to balance hormones and help your body to eliminate toxins that are in your blood. Keeping your hormones balanced will help keep your skin clear. Be sure to clean your skin to remove any sweat from your face when you are done.
Take a good multivitamin containing ample amounts of chromium, biotin and zinc to support good skin health. Vitamins A, D and E are also very important to the good health of your skin. If your skin is properly nourished, your immune system won’t trigger it to produce excessive sebum as a form of protection. Excessive sebum production creates pimples.
Banish your acne the natural way by treating your face with Tea Tree Oil after washing your face. This non-abrasive treatment naturally occurs in Australian trees, and is a natural alternative to harsher over-the-counter products. It is available at health food stores nationwide. As a natural antiseptic, Tea Tree Oil can be just as effective as salicylic acid in treating acne. It can also treat wounds.
Seek a dermatologist to help control and possibly eliminate your acne. They are involved with skin health and can help you make your skin healthier. They can discuss various options that include both internal and internal medication and possibly skin treatments such as microdermabrasion. They can even provide tips on handling stress and fixing your diet to minimize or eliminate your acne.
If you skin continues to break out it can be a sign that there is something wrong inside your body and a multivitamin may help. Your skin is a vital organ and depends on nutrition. If your body is not receiving the right nutrients it will fight back, and acne may be its yell for help.
Now that you know some of the methods that you can use to treat and prevent acne, you will be better prepared to cope with yours. Take the advice that you have learned here and implement it daily so that you lessen the impact that acne has on your life.