Six Easy Steps For Personal Effective Acne Control

by Ingrid Lihan

Posted on Thursday 27th of August 2009


Acne control can be found by any acne sufferer if they will take the time to do a little research into the necessary steps they need to take.

New research is being found each day that will help to link the common, everyday actions with acne breakouts. It is now easy to obtain products to treat acne without a prescription from a doctor. You can be in complete control of what you use to fight acne breakouts. To gain the utmost acne control, you only need to follow these steps to healthier skin.

Do Not Rub

Your mother was right when she said to leave it alone. You should leave the acne alone. This means blackheads and whiteheads too. Not only do you run the risk of leaving behind a horrific scar, you can also help to spread the bacterium that causes the breakouts. Acne control means self-control. Do not make it worse for yourself. Leave your face alone. Better still would be to consult a specialist so they can spot the root cause of your acne trouble.

Sulfur Based Soap

A sulfur based soap for washing your face works well in acne control methods. If the skin is especially oily, soap with benzoyl peroxide might work better for you. The main idea is to use the soap at least two times a day but no more. When you wash your face more frequently, the glands that create the sebum, will kick into high gear and more acne will appear.

Eat Well

Fatty foods will show thought to the top layers of the skin. Junk food consumption also needs to be reduced because they contain sugar and saturated fats which will defeat the purpose intended in acne control. Current studies have shown that the link between food and acne is related. A healthy diet is best.

Drink Loads Of Water

Water helps to flush out the systems. The correct amount is size to eight glasses each day. Water removes the toxins in the body and the acne has no chance of thriving in a healthy environment.

Reduce The Cosmetics

If you can go without using cosmetics every day, then, by all means, do so. Your skin will be much better for it. If you must wear cosmetics, they need to be water based and removed at night before bed. Never go to bed with any type of makeup on your face. It will only clog your pores and your skin will not be able to breathe properly. If you want to adopt acne control then be wise in the quality of makeup that you choose.

Keep The Oil Away

Cleaners and moisturizers who do not have oils in them are the best for acne removal. Products with oil only help the pores to become clogged and stay that way. A good oil free moisturizer is the best. Taking control of the condition of the skin is not hard when you know what works for you. With a good diet and the right amount of water, your skin will be as beautiful as ever and thanking you for helping it get that way. So start your regimen today!



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