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6 Best Kept Secrets to Acne Free Skin

You've probably read every magazine which has acne-free skin solutions, listened to all infomercials and definitely spent loads of cash just to have a beautiful skin. They've all failed and you are at crossroads! The recurrent breakouts are causing you depression and you desperately need a permanent solution. You need to uproot the cause of acne! Stop solving the symptoms.

What causes acne?

Acne develops as a result of hormonal shifts. Hormonal changes are very normal and mark specific life phases. For example, you may get pimples before your menstrual cycle, during puberty and prior to menopause. The breakouts are because of overproduction and overexpression of some estrogen and testosterone. The result is over production of oil and cells in the skin follicles.

The cells and oils cause a biological traffic jam that encourages overgrowth of a bacterium, P.Acnes. These bacteria excrete irritating chemicals that fuel inflammation resulting in pimples, blackheads or pus-filled lesions.

How do you permanently treat acne?

There are many conventional and non-conventional ways of treating acne. The best techniques include:

  1. Blue Light Acne Treatment

This is one therapy that has shown great results in managing and getting rid of acne. Available in ‘Trophy Skin' shops as Blue MD Blue light Therapy, this is a treatment procedure that has been used for over 20 years. It gets rid of acne and blemishes by killing the P. Acnes bacteria. It utilizes state-of-the-art LED technology to eradicate the bacterium. It focuses in the 405nm-420nm wavelength bandwidth that cannot be survived by the bacterium.

Acne Free Skin

Blue light therapy penetrates deep into the epidermal and dermal skin pores eliminating P.Acnes at source. This heals the blemishes and prevents future breakouts. This inside-out cleansing gives off clearer, smoother and blemish-free skin.

Advantages of Blue Light Therapy

  • Blue light is safe, painless and it doesn't use lasers or UV light.
  • Regular use clears breakouts, diminishes pore size, decreases blackheads and congestion, and also relieves acne-related inflammation by regulating sebum and oil production.
  • BlueMD is fairly affordable.

Other ways of treating Acne include:

Microdermabrasion

Deep level exfoliation is one of the treatments for acne, in concert with deep suction to unclog skin pores. The skin debris is removed resulting in clearer and fresh-feeling skin. Less breakouts will also be experienced.

  1. Use of Antibiotics

There are antibiotics that can kill the P. Acnes bacterium. However, these bacteria mutate frequently and over time, you'll get more breakouts that might be worse than the previous ones. This is because, newer P. Acnes strains are more robust and aggressive.

You might consider using the antibiotics in conjunction with benzyl peroxide and also embark on a clean cleansing regime.

  1. Pore cleansers

Most of the breakouts you experience are as a result of clogged pores. You should embark on a thorough cleansing regimen aimed at maintaining clean and unclogged pores. Figure out your skin type, and then shop Trophy's Skin's led products for the best results.

  1. Hormone Replacement Therapy

Since most skin breakouts are a result of hormonal imbalances, you should consider using anti-androgens. Birth control pills are surprisingly offering relief to some women and might work for you too. Controlled and regulated cycles and hormones might be your remedy.

  1. Eat Healthy

This is an old adage but you are what you eat. Eat balanced meals, cut down on sugar, alcohol and caffeine, take more vegetables and drink enough water. This could be all your skin needs. Healthy eating facilitates flushing of toxins and leads to less clogged pores eventually. Fewer bacteria accumulate in clean skin.

In conclusion, acne can influence your life in a big way causing self-esteem issues, low confidence levels and low productivity at work. Evaluate these methods and pick what works for you.

by http://trophyskin.com/

A post by charliebrown (82 Posts)

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