What is Acne? — Jon Waters

what is acne, natural remedy, health, pimples

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Hello my fellow readers, I hope you enjoyed your time with your families yesterday, if you celebrate the holiday I wanted to kind of stick with last week’s theme about natural remedies, but focus more on acne this time around. I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that 99.9% of us have had some type of pimple, or case of acne, on our bodies, at some point or another. If it pops up on a more frequent basis—no pun intended—it can start to take a toll on our overall well-being; this is the case quite frequently when the acne breakouts are focused on the face.

My situation with pimples or acne wasn’t ever really focused on the facial region, but more so on the rest of the body. They would appear as boils all over my legs, and then would spread all over my arms as well. This was always weird to me because most people would get them on their face, and maybe a few on the back, but never on their wrists, elbows, or legs. Regardless of where it comes out on our bodies, there are a number of natural remedies for this obstacle as well, so there is hope

Have you had bouts with this sometimes unsightly and highly annoying issue? How did you beat it out? Here is a great Exfoliate cleanser to help you start your journey of clearing these blemishes and bumps right out!!

According to http://naturalacneremedieshq.com/,


  1. You can Choose a natural cleanser, exfoliator, and moisturizer based on your skin type. Many natural remedies can assist in this process. Honey and oats, for example, can be mixed to create a natural remedy for acne caused by dead skin cells that accumulate on the skin. Lemon juice and sugar may also work to exfoliate skin. Lemon juice is also a natural astringent that will eliminate oil and can help eliminate bacteria, so a lemon juice scrub can significantly reduce the opportunity for bacterial infection to develop.
  2. Jojoba oil and argan oils can be used in place of over the counter moisturizers that contain harsh chemicals. These two oils are commonly found in all sorts of cosmetic products because they are known to replace skin’s own oil (sebum) without causing new acne to develop. Jojoba oil specifically is used as a natural remedy for all sorts of skin and oil problems. Closer to a wax than oil, jojoba oil is very much like skin’s sebum and may trick skin into producing less oil.
  3. Once acne develops, tailor your natural acne remedy to meet the needs of your situation. For example, if your acne is caused by swollen pores, aloe vera can help reduce the swelling while soothing the irritation that caused the pore to become inflamed. If you have chin acne that is caused by contact with an oily phone receiver, be sure to clean the phone often to prevent contact dermatitis. Likewise, if your acne develops when your skin is oily, try replacing skin oil with a natural acne remedy made of jojoba oil.

*All references came from http://naturalacneremedieshq.com/***



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