Wednesday, June 1, 2016

How to get rid of Hormonal Acne

If you’re wondering how to get rid of hormonal acne, it’s likely you’re dealing with painful, red bumps on your skin, which just don’t seem to heal. Though it’s one of many different types of acne, hormonal breakouts can be especially difficult to get rid of, and can even turn into cystic acne if left untreated. The root cause of this problem is a change in hormone levels within your body, which leads your sebaceous glands to produce more sebum, and eventually clog pores. This leads to painful swelling, because the acne can grow deep into the skin tissues; creating optimal conditions for bacterial growth and leading to inflammation.

How to get rid of Hormonal Acne

Following is a shortlist of things you can do each and every day to treat the symptoms and embarrassing effects of hormonal acne.

Make sure to wash your face daily with a facial cleanser that contains ingredients that remove sebum from the pores. You may also want to utilize facial scrubs several times a week to slough off dead skin cells and encourage skin health.

Green Tea:
Green tea inhibits the production of sebum by 50%, It has anti – bacterial property which helps to kills the bacteria that cause acne, also Green tea prevents acne scarring. The ingredients in green tea have been proven to reduce inflammation and fight against unstable insulin levels.  Drinking up to 4-6 cups of green tea a day can have a significant impact on your overall health.

Stress Reduction:
Cortisol, the stress hormone, has been found to be increased in individuals with acne. lowering cortisol levels decreases inflammation and can, thereby, be a contributing factor to healing inflammatory acne.

Supplements can have a significant impact as well. Fish oil,  zinc, chlorophyll and supplements like spirulina are all known to aid in skin detoxification and lipid replenishment.

Seek Medical Advice:
If hormonal acne and other activity are starting to affect the quality of your life then it’s time to see a dermatologist. They can help by prescribing a medication specifically formulated for your specific skin condition.

Success stories:
(Coming soon)

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