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How to Quickly Eliminate Your Acne from Home for Free

Updated on July 13, 2007

4 Easy Steps to Destroy Your Acne

Acne plagues many individuals, lowering their self-image and even causing depression. Yet, many individuals are unable to find an effective over the counter acne treatment. Consequently, adults and adolescents with acne eruptions resort to paying for high-priced, prescription medications and invasive cosmetic procedures. However, this does not have to be the case. While completely eliminating acne breakouts is nearly impossible, many treatments are available that effectively manage acne breakouts. Once one understands what triggers their acne, and skin inflammations, one can reduce their acne breakouts and manage their skin's redness and oiliness.

What Causes Acne?

Acne is triggered by the actions of specific hormones. These actions are facilitated when certain particles and bacteria clog the skin's oil glands or sebaceous glands. Once clogged, pimples, whiteheads, acne, blackheads, and even cysts or papules can develop. Acne can develop anywhere; many individuals have acne on their face, back, chest, buttocks, shoulders, or even neck. Some individuals also develop acne scars, they can appear as spots or deep pitted indentions.

Ways to Help Acne At Home

There are many things that one can do from home to manage their acne breakouts. For most individuals not suffering from cystic or severe acne, the key to eliminating their acne is regulating their hormone functioning, exfoliating their skin, and balancing their skin's oil production so the sebaceous glands are not clogged, creating pimples, whiteheads, blackheads, or any other form of acne.

Here are a few things that can help reduce acne.

Eliminating Your Acne for Home Step #1: To manage your hormone levels, make sure your body is getting all the vitamins and minerals it needs to remove toxins from your system and function properly. Take a multivitamin. Also, consider taking Vitamin C and Fish Oil. Vitamin C fights bacteria growth and helps your immune system and acne. Fish Oils give your skin vitamins it needs to regenerate healthy tissue and scar less, as well as flush impurities. They contain Vitamin A, K, D, and E. These nutrients will reduce your acne breakouts.

Eliminating Your Acne for Home Step #2: Wash your face daily with Baking Soda, Lemon Juice, and Honey. Just a dab of honey will do. Honey, although sticky, it is natural fighter of bacteria. Baking Soda and lemon juice are as well. Plus, lemon juice will balance the oil and acne on your skin because it is a natural astringent.

Eliminating Your Acne for Home Step #3: Use natural skin care product. Make sure your products are 100% all natural. Although 97% try Burt Bees to moisturize your skin (wwwdrugstorecom) and Beauty 4 Ashes Naturally Clear System Acne Eliminating System (wwwdiscoverb4acom) to fight your acne fast. Many individuals have skin irritation and acne because they are allergic to the preservatives and cleanser bases in their favorite face wash or hair care product. Products with parabens, glycols, and sulfates have been proven to cause skin irritation and have harmful health effects in many individuals. I have discovered that Beauty 4 Ashes Naturally Clear System works very well because it uses over 15 natural acne eliminating ingredients such as; essential oils, chamomile, tea tree, and lemon as its active ingredient rather than plant extracts. Extracts, in general, have less potency. Beauty 4 Ashes acne eliminating products also contain white willow bark, which is a natural form of salicylic acid.

Eliminating Your Acne for Home Step #4: Be consistent. Acne does not disappear overnight. Have patience. Wash your face twice a day. Stay away from chemical that dry your face like benzoyl peroxide and alcohol. Acne can be effectively controlled.

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