The Good News and Bad News If You Have Acne

I won’t lie, this article may not be what you want to hear. That’s too bad, because after suffering with acne for 12 years and reading all the crap on the internet about the disease, I feel like there are no ‘straight shooters’ out there, and I aim to give you the truth. So if you want to hear a bunch of sales tactics, I would hit the back button on your browser.

Now that that’s out of the way, I am going to give you the bad news first.

Acne is not ‘easy’ to get rid of. Period. And you cannot get rid of it with a magic pill, potion, or cream. Almost every acne product on the market is only going to mask your acne symptoms short-term, and not deal with the root cause of acne (which is hormonal imbalances and inflammation.) This is why some products might seem to work for awhile and then stop working as soon as your skin gets used to them. You are genetically prone to acne, which is why you might not be able to do the same things your friends can do and stay clear. It’s unfortunate, but it’s true.

I did say there was some good news, and it’s very good news, however. Acne is curable, and if you listen to my tips then you will be on your way to clear skin almost immediately. It takes a few weeks, but if you are motivated enough you WILL get (and stay) clear. Here are 3 tips that you need to do to get clear. They need to be done at the same time, because doing just one thing will not get you clear. They work in unison. More details please

1. Diet. You need to change your diet if you have acne. Period. Dermatologists are trained to say that diet does not affect acne, but NUMEROUS studies prove otherwise. I highly recommend to switch to almost 100% whole foods and cut out anything that is inflammatory. Vegetable oil is one thing you must cut out of your diet if you want to get completely clear.

2. Supplementation. I recommend a few high quality supplements that are all natural and inexpensive. These ‘super-foods’ will give your body the nutrients it needs to stop acne at its core before it can even begin. One such supplement is called Spirulina, and is one of the most nutrient dense foods on the planet.

3. Exercise. Ah, yes. The dreaded ‘E’ word. Unfortunately, you need to get off the couch and get at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise 4-5 days a week at minimum. A little sunlight and fresh air will also aid in the process. This will clear out your system of the toxins that promote inflammation and hormonal imbalance and improve circulation.

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