Alright. Here are a few acne tips that I may be restating, but that are extremely important. -The only times you should be touching your face is when you are applying products to it -Drink lots of water, about a gallon THROUGHOUT the day, not all at once. This will flush out necessary things, besides toxins -Have a positive attitude about your acne -Eat healthy, organic foods if possible. Try to avoid dairy from cows, which your body cannot digest well. -Be consistant in your daily
Drinking tons of water is so important. I cannot even stress how important this is. I use a Camelback water bottle, which is 750 mL when filled. I usually drink about five or more, adding up to a grand total of 3750 mL. You have to drink an inhuman amount of water for the toxins from the food and drinks you put into your body to go out of your body. This is slightly gross, but if your urine is even tinted yellow, you should drink more. It should be clear. Well, I'll leave you all off with that g
Ok, so we have taken care of the outside of your face, but why is acne still occurring then? Well it makes sense doesn't it? Acne comes from the inside out. So, if you have been cleansing your face twice daily for a few weeks, and acne is still coming, then you know its something you are putting into your body, that your body has rejected and is trying to eject through your face (I know, its a terrible inefficient way, but your body is very desperate). So here is a list of things to not eat or d
Ok, so this is a list of the products that have been super effective for me. I use acne.org's cleanser, followed by the treatment of the same brand, then the moisturizer. After the moisturizer, I either use the AHA or bio oil (purcillin oil). I do this morning and night. In the middle of the afternoon, when my face tends to get greasy and yucky, I use a homemade astringent (I just call it a toner). It consists of 1 part APPLE CIDER vinegar, 2 parts cooled green tea, and 1 teaspoon lemon juice.