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Back Acne Treatments

Updated on December 1, 2010

Say Bye Bye to Back Zits for Good

Acne is an inflammatory skin condition affecting a number of people internationally. It is a common skin disease, but luckily, can be treated easily. Acne can be found anywhere on the human body. When bacteria collects within blocked pores, ugly lesions on the outermost layer of the skin. Depending on the severity of one’s acne, here are a few tips to think about for alleviating your acne.

The sun has the potential to beautify the skin when used responsibly. As you may know, sun destroys acne-causing bacteria, but it does not mean that it will not damage the skin over time. The sun can cause skin cancers and wrinkles. The sun also acts as an astringent that dries out, tightens, and clogs skin pores; however, sweating will clog pores and, unless cleaned immediately, causes bacteria build up that leads to acne. Spend limited time in the sun – fifteen minutes to the skin everyday is enough.

Do not use irritating scrubs and abrasives on the acne affected area. Medical experts report that irritating scrubs and abrasives can irritate the senstive acne affected skin, worsening acne’s symptoms and appearance.

Swimming can help clear your acne. An ozone purified pool to swim in is best, if one is readily available. A swimming pool water is typically 75 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit, which is far below the normal human body temperature of 98.6 degrees. Hence, the pool water cools your whole body, including those areas affected by acne while providing great exercise for the rest of the body. Plus, the total body exertion you get from swimming cuts stress, which is known to cause acne.

Try to keep things clean – not just the acne affected area. Change towels, wash cloths, and linens after every use. These are great places for acne-causing bacteria to spring up and get reapplied to the skin later. Also, launder facial cloths, pillow covers and covers, as well as personal undergarments every day with vinegar, tea tree oil or essential oils of lime, orange, or lemon to decrease the acne-related bacterial development. It is also suggested to use a natural, scent-free detergent for washing clothing.

Diet and exercise alone will transform your skin. Skin is the body’s largest organ, so if your body is truly healthy, your health will shine through your skin. Consuming a healthy diet, rich in essential vitamins and minerals along with plenty of water, will make a huge difference in the appearance of your skin, as well as the way you feel. Your skin will shine. There are a number of ways to control and fight acne, but maintaining a healthy lifestyle is the most beneficial option to consider. It is important to note that healthy lifestyles will lead you to have not only healthier skin, but a healthier body and mind as well. Changing your unfavorable dietary habits will reward you with better general health, more energy, and a clearer complexion to show the world.

The initial effects of even the tiniest lifestyle change may be difficult to handle at first, but as you progress, you will discover that you can quickly learn to adapt and any of these changes are for the better. Do not be afraid of change. Before making drastic switches to your diet or activity levels, always seek medical advice from a professional doctor.

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