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About Acne

If you have ever had a pimple, you’ve had acne. It is a hormonal and inflammatory disease that affects all ethnicities, particularly during adolescence and early adulthood, and is found primarily on the face and upper body

Acne lesions occur when the pores of the skin become clogged, trapping skin oil and bacteria inside, leading to a variety of acne lesions, from mild acne to severe acne that can scar

Factors that may make acne worse: genetics, hormones, physical irritation of the skin, stress, sunburns, cosmetics, and diet.

Avoid pore-clogging ingredients, and always pop correctly. 
 

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Diet Diet and Acne All of the latest science on diet and acne is explored on this page, including information on milk/dairy, glycemic load, omega-3s, zinc, caloric intake, fatty/oily foods, iodine, chocolate, antioxidants, and gut bacteria. October 01, 2021
Diet Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Acne Acne is an inflammatory disease, and omega-3 fatty acids, like those found in fish oil, may help reduce inflammation and potentially help reduce acne. September 22, 2021
Diet Do Probiotics Clear Acne? A healthy gut may help keep inflammation in check. Since acne is an inflammatory disease, it makes sense to do what we can to keep the gut healthy. Probiotics might help to restore or keep a balance of gut bacteria, particularly during or after taking oral antibiotics. September 08, 2021
Exercise/Sports How Exercise Might Help with Acne Regular exercise may promote positive changes in the body and skin that could potentially improve acne, but like all things in life, moderation is key. When it comes to sweat, that should not be an issue when it comes to acne and just might help. August 16, 2021
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