Please Get Rid Of My Zits

Getting rid of your zits may not be so easy as putting a medication on your skin.

The mystery of zits and their cause is slowly unfolding, or so we hope.  What causes them and how to cure your zits, or at least make them disappear as soon as we possibly can are answers almost all of us look for.  Especially if the blemish shows up in the middle of our face, we all wish we had some magical machine to instantly zap! it away.

The Cause

To pinpoint the cause, or causes of your zits will help you to find a solution.  The main cause of zits is excessive sebum production.  What causes this excess, you will have to watch and listen to the signs of your body and what is causing the breakout or breakouts. There are many causes for your breakouts, not necessarily by only foods you eat.  This could be anything from what you are eating in your diet, to stress, to what you are putting on your face in terms of lotions and creams, as well as a possibility of being allergic to something you ate.  Once you have an idea of what  causes you to breakout, you will also be much more educated and attuned to what your body needs to stay in its best shape and health for your personal self.

The zits on your face let you know that there is something in your lifestyle that needs to be changed and areas that you should pay more attention to.  Are your organs functioning appropriately, and is your self-esteem balanced?  These are just some of the areas to think about if you want to start gaining control of your face, gain control of your lifestyle.

The Cure

The problem may not be in the acne cures, which many people rely on to solve using medicinal treatments.  These treatments can take up to three months to start working and are not an instant cure.  Changing from one product to another before three months, will not give the medication a change to work properly.  Most of the time, as mentioned previously, the issue could be lifestyle habits that need to be looked into as well.  Medication helps temporarily, but doesn’t get to the bottom of the real issues.  Buying different medications to find out what works, can be expensive as well.

Perhaps try working on a lifestyle change, thinking positive and promoting good self esteem, exercise regularly at least 3 times a week.  Exercise relieves stress and helps remove toxins from the body by sweating, and thus exercise could be the acne cure you are looking for.  Eat lots of fresh fruit and vegetables and drink plenty of water.  Good hygiene is also important, washing your face on a regular basis.  The type of creams you use on your face can affect what clogs them and what doesn’t.  Use a gel based moisturizer rather than a cream base. Don’t squeeze or pop a zit as it causes the bacteria to spread and can cause scarring as well.  Try not to touch your hands on your face, as the oils on them can contribute to acne.

Medical Issues

Perhaps you have excessive acne that comes in occasional breakouts, this could be caused by a food allergy that needs to be looked into and treated by a doctor.  Some people who have acne breakouts, are actually allergic to something they ate.  Check with a doctor to find out what foods you are allergic to, and eliminating these from your diet will most likely cure the acne.

Helping us to understand the mystery of the zit and becoming knowledgable as to what can cause them and how we can control them is very important in being able to cure them as well.  Most of the time this is just a habit of lifestyle, other times it could be a medical reason, or an allergy to something we ate.  Zits signal to us that something is wrong and letting us know we need to fix whatever that something may be.



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