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How to Prevent Teen Acne

Updated on April 29, 2015

Girls have it way easier than boys in the skin department. When they get pimples, (#acne) they can reach for their makeup bag. When it comes to pimples, (#acne) in boys the best way to take care of pimples is through a great facial cream.

What is #Acne? Acne looks like extremely bad pimples, covering your face and at times your neck. #Acne is most common with our younger generation. However, some adults suffer from Acne. If you think that you may have acne, you need to go see a doctor, they can give you special creams and pills that will control acne.

To help prevent acne, watch what you eat. Pimples are made worse by eating fatty foods such as chocolate, chips, pizza and burgers. So what is left to eat? Eat lot of fruit. Vitamins can help keep your skin clear. Drink tons of water. You will spend more time in the bathroom, but less time in front of the mirror despairing about you skin.

Do not squeeze those pimples! You could leave scars on your face that does not go away. You may want to try a Blemish cream to help cover scars. Wash your face twice a day with a special skin-clearing soap or face wash. You can get these at your local drugstore.

Do lots of exercise. A daily jog keeps your skin healthy; join a sport in your school or community. For most teenagers this is not being too difficult, bet your beauty sleep. A good eight hour snooze can do wonders for your complexion. For most teenagers this is not being too difficult, bet your beauty sleep. A good eight hour snooze can do wonders for your complexion.

Stop looking in the mirror. Your skin is never as bad as you think it is! Teens that steer clear of junk food are not just thinner; they are less likely to suffer from depression and anxiety. In a recent study, kids who ate at least two fruits and four vegie servings each day were less likely to show and unhealthy or mental problems.

It is extremely hard for a teen to stay away from fast foods, sodas or sweets, if they have to be consumed, they should be eaten only the weekends or one day per week. Researchers believe sugar and saturated fat may be damaging to the immune system, which in turn can raise the risk for health issues.


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