It’s not unusual for teens to experience acne during their teen years. In reality, studies have demonstrated that the usual cause of teenage acne is because of hormonal changes. But if you’re one of the 67 percent of adults in this country who suffer from acne, you better listen up!
Studies have shown that adult acne is caused by stress, improper diets, and inadequate maintenance of the epidermis. One of the principal reasons why, at age 31, I fought with acne was largely caused by stress. This led me to numerous physicians who only prescribed temporary solutions and several frustrated mornings in hopes of waking into a smooth and clear face.
I know how it feels and that’s the reason I’m sharing my three simple steps to how I attained and maintained perfect, wholesome skin. Step one: One of the ways I minimized my anxiety was through EXERCISE and from DRINKING PLENTY OF WATER. Exercise allows the body to naturally detoxify itself and it’s an wonderful way to release strong endorphins in the brain, which excite pleasure and positive thinking.
Drink loads of water while you exercise to keep the body hydrated and cleansed. Water is the answer to a lot of health disorders like acne, weight gain, and digestive issues. Make exercise and water part of your daily life. The second stepthe majority of adults have a very busy lifestyle and don’t have time to keep their skin as much as they should. WASHING YOUR FACE AT LEAST TWO TIMES A DAY thoroughly and supplying the correct moisturizer will yield wondrous results!
When washing your face select a wash wash to remove deep down dirt and oil and pat your face dry (don’t rub). It’s good to select a face moisturizer packed with vitamin E. I found it easiest to do this routine in the morning and before bed. It became second nature and got rid of my acne in a very short time. The next step: The ideal moisturizer to use is nature’s very own ALOE VERA. Aloe is economical, all natural, and very refreshing. Additionally it is ideal for all skin types and are available either at a drug store (bottled) or in a grocery store (raw).
I would rather use the raw aloe vera meat, also called the pulp, to apply directly to my face after every washing. It’s far better than any moisturizer I’ve found and is definitely loaded with vitamin E, the ideal supplement for skin, hair, and nails.