Get Rid Of Acne Forever

by Helen Hecker - Date: 2007-02-12 - Word Count: 560 Share This!

It's always a good idea to consider alternative, natural, effective treatment methods to get the best cure or solution for acne, zits, pimples, blackheads, whiteheads and blemish problems.

While it's easy to find acne treatments, finding the just the right treatment or treatment product for you is what's important. Living with acne can be hard, and even harder to find the right acne treatment for you.

Acne rosacea is a red rash predominantly on the face. In a survey conducted in Great Britain, 95% of 16-year-old males and 83% of 16 year-old females had acne. The most common types of pimples are whiteheads, blackheads, papules, pustules, nodules and cysts.

Nearly 17 million people in the United States have acne. People of all races and ages get acne.

Scientists are looking at ways to prevent plugs and to stop testosterone from causing acne, if in actuality it does. The liver sluffs off toxins from bad foods, drinks, drugs and chemicals and sends them through your skin resulting in skin eruptions, acne, pimples and other skin disorders.

Doctors think certain factors might cause or contribute to acne including hormone increases in teenage years, hormone changes in pregnancy, starting or stopping birth control pills, heredity, medicines and greasy make-up.

As time goes by, more research may help determine just how male and female hormones influence acne and the role diet plays.

Treatment with raw apple cider vinegar will work better on your skin if it isn't already noticeably irritated from acne medicines, acne products or other failed treatment. Try not to touch your skin to eliminate possible contamination.

Popping pimples can cause infection and scarring. Choose your makeup carefully, it should be oil free. The treatment plan for acne includes trying to heal the pimples, stopping new pimples from forming, preventing scarring and helping reduce embarrassment.

Try coconut oil. It just takes motivation, a willingness to try it, and diligent application of coconut oil several times a day and at bedtime to see its benefits.

Some natural home remedies include dabbing on non-gel toothpaste to dry out zits or lemon juice.

Acne scars can give the skin an aging look. A number of treatments are currently available to remove or improve acne scars. As a registered nurse, I have learned a lot over the years about acne scars, acne scar treatments, and acne scar removal.

When you change your diet, your lesions should be getting better within 30 days. People with skin disorders such as acne, rosacea, and psoriasis often suffer from constipation.

The liver sluffs off toxins from bad foods, drinks, drugs and chemicals and sends them through your skin resulting in skin eruptions, acne, pimples and other skin disorders.

Drink lots and lots of pure, filtered water.

Eat at one to two organic apples with the skin on every day. Fatty acids are particularly important to people with dry skin. Consider taking cod liver oil or fish oil supplements every day.

Sunlight, water and air play an important role in keeping the skin healthy. Many skin conditions can be converted into healthy skin using natural home remedies.

In any case, try not to panic about your acne and take it day by day.

By simply following a plan you've developed for yourself and sticking with it, you can reduce the severity of your acne or even eliminate it entirely. Be assured, scientists are constantly looking at new non-invasive ways to treat acne.

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For more information on natural treatments for acne and acne light therapy, go to Helen Hecker R.N.'s website specializing in acne, pimples and skin disorders with tips, advice and resources for adults, teens, and babies, including information on acne scar treatments

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