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The Perfect Skin: How to get rid of acne today!

Updated on July 4, 2010

The Perfect Skin: How to get rid of acne today!

The Perfect Skin: How to get rid of acne today!

Look at the person with the perfect skin.  Walking around without any worry for what people are saying about how they look.  They must have such a beautiful life.  Now there you are with the skin that is so problematic.  It looks like you have miniature volcanoes all over the place.  What gives?  Why can't I have a skin like the person walking carefree?  There are a few reasons for this and once you learn them you will increase your chances of getting rid of your acne problems for good.

Here are a few ways on how to get rid of acne today:

Change up the Makeup -- You may be a person that tends to wear makeup on a daily basis.  It is very nice of you to be putting on your "face" for the world, but did you ever stop to think that it may be the culprit for the blemishes on your face?  Take a look at the product that you are putting on your face.  See if it includes oil/fatty acids in its ingredients.  If so, it is time to toss that out and search for another type of makeup to put on your face. Think non-oil based makeup
No Babies But So Much Acne -- So you are trying to protect yourself from getting a child whenever you copulate.  You are using the age old method of contraception:  "The Pill".  Did you ever stop to think that this is causing your acne?  There are certain types of birth control pills out there that actually cause/aggravate breakouts.  Find out which birth control pills do this with the assistance of your doctor.  Once you find out, change up that pill, continue the coitus and not worry about the breakout so much.

Get to the drug store -- If you have a drug store in your area, run over to it.  Find acne fighting treatment that includes the magical chemical benzoyl peroxide.  The benzoyl apparently gets deep within your skin and gives your face the oxygen needed to kill the unwanted bacteria.  If you unsure what treatment to buy, ask the pharmacist for acne treatment with benzoyl peroxide.

Hate the sun -- You may have tried acne fighting treatment.  If so, you might want to stay out of the sun.  Ironically, acne medication has a tendency to increase the chances of breakouts.  Therefore, try to be in areas with low to no sunlight.

Be scared of certain food -- Certain types of food may actually cause you to have acne.  You would try to stay away from foods that contain large amounts of oil in the ingredients.  Also, it is said that chocolate causes breakout too.  If you are a chocolate fiend, try cutting back and see what happens.

These are a few ways on how you can get rid of acne today.  If you unsure or scared to try any of these methods, consult your doctor.  If you keep searching for a cure for your acne, you will eventually find it.  Just keep doing what your doing, for instance, finding this article.  In no time, your acne will be a thought of the past. Good luck!


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