Treat Acne From Inside Out
Our ears, hands, feet, hair, face are just mirrors of our body as a whole. If your skin is prone to acne, it’s of high importance to find out the cause of this condition. What are your acne telling you?
There are theories that a toxicity or weakness in a certain organ or irregular function of some gland can cause acne on certain areas of the body. If you treat your acne topically, you can solve your problems just for a while. In fact, by adding further toxicity and chemicals, you are only contributing to the underlying acne problem.
Do parasites cause acne? Cystic forehead and back acne are both signs of a toxic intestine. If you’ve tried numerous short term remedies and your acne are always returning back to these areas, they might be caused by parasites. If you think that, just because you live in a developed country you won’t have troubles with parasites, you’re terribly wrong. These tiny organism are everywhere around us, so there are chances you get infected, too. You could try parasite cleanse and you might be surprised by positive results; your back acne might start going away!
Having acne-prone skin is more than irritating and anyone who had that experience surely knows it. Although in some cases skin care products do help, for people who have more severe acne issues, treating them from inside is the only long term solution. So, start with you endocrinologist and nutritionist, do some hormone level analyses, and try to find the cause to your health condition. It’s, however, important to see your dermatologist or medical cosmetician, because they can speed up the recovery process. In addition, they’ll be able to help you fight scars and other skin damages your “long-gone” acne have caused. Simply put, getting rid of acne is not an easy, one-step process; you have to take it seriously, fight the cause and remove its negative effects.