Acne is primarily a 20th Century disease. Our pollution levels, poor eating habits, and overuse of antibiotics have allowed yeast to get out of control. There are over 17 million chronic acne sufferers in the United States alone… and 1 in 3 will have to deal with some form of it in their lifetime. Is it possible to cure a pimple in just 4 easy steps?
Does diet play any role at all in skin health? Absolutely. Diet affects your skin.
1. Cut the Sugars
Lowering sugar intake is one of the main keys of skin health. Although food does make a difference that can be dramatic, did you also know certain foods can be healers as well?
Starting today, I recommend for you to cut out as much sugar as you can from your diet. The results you will receive over a period of time will be remarkable.
2. Vitamin C
Vitamin C is responsible for the skins overall functional and most importantly, its ability to repair itself and produce/maintain collagen. You can take Vitamin C easily enough, but you should try to add foods containing high levels of Vitamin C to your diet. (Citrus fruits such as oranges, lemons, and limes)
3. Drinking plenty of water
Drinking plenty of water on a daily basis helps to maintain the skin’s elasticity, and is simply just essential to the health of your body and skin. Drinking 8 to 10 glasses (64 fluid ounces) of water a day is the
4. Clearing your skin
Clean your skin twice a day. Use proper cleansers for your oily skin. Remove all the oil on the skin without over-drying or irritating it. It is recommended using a toner and a good moisturizer. Regular exfoliation is essential.
– Works for adults & teenagers suffering from mild to moderate facial or body acne
– Eliminates spots, pimples, redness, pus, blackheads & whiteheads
– Fast and effective acne cure from the inside out