Acne Prevention

Preventing acne. Away with pimples and blackheads!

Pimples, acne and blackheads are common problems faced by almost everybody. They can pop up irrespective of age. There are many factors contributing to the growth of these spots. The major factor is diet. Diet affects your kidneys. These organs are crucial in eliminating. The skin is another organ, which eliminates toxins.

If the majority of wastes are excreted by the kidneys via urine, then your skin will not be working that hard to excrete wastes. Then, you will not face so many skin problems like pimples, acne and blackheads. You can help your kidneys by drinking plenty of water. Plain water will encourage excretion of toxins as the wastes are flushed out with the water. A measure of the minimum amount to satisfy your body's needs is 8 glasses. If you exercise and sweat a lot, you need to drink water after exercise to replace the fluids lost as sweat.

Sweat contains wastes so you need to shower after your exercise. Oils secreted also contribute to clogged pores, which give the problem of pimples, acne and blackheads. Use a scrub like a cleanser and sponge to clean your skin.

Rich foods like cakes, sugary food and alcohol produce toxins after metabolism. Sometimes, these wastes are excreted through the skin in the form of pimples, acne and blackheads. Other sources of hidden sugars are in refined starches, in white bread and in dried fruit.

Dairy products contain iodine, which affects pimples and acne. To reduce the amount of oil and thus 搒tarve� those sebum-greedy pimples, acne and blackheads, cut down your consumption of oil, fats and fried foods.

For a healthy lifestyle that does not clog up your pores, eat more lean meat, fish, beans, vegetables, fruits, whole-grain breads and cereals.

If your pimples, acne or blackhead condition is serious, you can consult your doctor or pharmacist for supplements like Vitamin A and zinc. The former fights the dreaded spots by reducing the production of sebum. Vitamin A will also prevent dead skin cells from sticking together. This prevents the skin pores from being clogged by skin cell debris.

Zinc will work together with Vitamin A to heal lesions caused by outbreak of pimples and acne. Zinc also fights infection and arrest the spread of skin bacteria.


Posted by amyb111 on Mon, Apr 4th, 2011
ok, so i have acne on my forhead and chin, it isnt a really bad problem for me cause i stilll get my boyfriends and soo on... but it has stayed with me for years !!!! I am 13 years of age and i have had them scince i was 11 , it is kinda embarrassing but ya know i'll live. <3
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Posted by azra on Mon, May 31st, 2010
i have pimples on my face specially on cheeks and forehead they leave scars pleeeese tell me home made tips to reduce them
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Posted by fatima on Fri, Jun 19th, 2009
i haveacne problem em very upset iduno when its gone to my life i used many thing for pimples n spto but no one good for me pls help me if u can do anything for me
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