Although most people associate acne with the troublesome teenagers, it can erupt at any age. Indeed up to 8% of those who had clear skin in the youth develop acne as adults. Fortunately, there are a variety of ways to control heart rate no matter how old you are when they occur.
- Vitamin B6
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin E
HOW TO CURE ACNE WITH SUPPLEMENTS
Most people will benefit from trying all the supplements recommended here, they can be safely combined and it often takes three to four weeks or longer to notice results. All these supplements can be used long term as well as with conventional acne medication according to medical professionals.
Vitamin B6 may be useful for acne aggravated by menstrual cycles or the menopause. Vitamin C, Vitamin E, and Selenium promote a healthy immune system that keep acne causing bacteria in check. Taken with any or all of these vitamins is Zinc which enhances immune function which in turn reduces inflammation and promotes healthy hormone levels.
Long term use of zinc inhabits copper absorption so it should be taken with that mineral. It may also help to take zinc together with omega-3 essential fatty acids and Omega 6 fatty acids which are found in margarine vegetable oil and many processed foods which tend to to predominate in the modern day and a correct balanced diet, as omega-3 and omega-6 Fatty acid help to reduce inflammation.
Chasteberry is traditionally used to help with treatment of menstruation related acne. Other herbal remedies that are traditionally used for the treatment of acne include burdock, yellow dock, red clover and echinacea.
WHAT ELSE CAN YOU DO ABOUT YOUR ACNE
- Wash daily, using ordinary soap and water.
- Eat a balanced diet and avoid food you feel may act as acne triggers.
- Choose cosmetics labelled ‘noncomedogenic’ or ‘oil-free’.
- Avoid squeezing spots it increases inflammation and can cause scarring.
FACTS AND TIPS
- Fighting acne with natural supplements may be an attractive option for women of childbearing age as most of whom cannot take powerful prescription drugs, as they may cause birth defects.
- A 5% solution of topical tea tree oil is as effective as as 5% benzoyl peroxide for drying up mild acne blemishes according to a study conducted in Australia, and higher dosage containing up to 15% tea tree oil may be helpful for more severe cases of acne.
A BIT ABOUT ACNE
Spots and other skin eruptions are the hallmark of acne, and it can break out on the face, back, chest, neck, shoulders and other areas of the body. In severe cases clusters of painful fluid-filled cysts or firm painless lump appeared beneath the skin surface; can lead to permanent Tooting and scarring.
Acne can be triggered by many factors including emotional stress, friction or rubbing of clothing on the skin and certain medication, particularly steroids, contraceptive or drugs that affect hormone levels, heredity may play a role as well.
Contrary to popular belief; acne is probably not caused by eating chocolate, shellfish, nuts or fatty snacks or by drinking Cola. Some doctors and patients contend that acne may brought on or aggravated by certain foods or food allergy.
SEE YOUR DOCTOR
- If acne does not respond to self care within 3 months
- If severe acne develops fluid-filled lumps, red or purple inflammation, cysts or hard nodules under the skin
- If the skin is continually red and flushed even if no spots actually appear
- Reminder: if you have a medical condition consult your doctor before taking supplements
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