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Acne is the most common skin condition faced by many teenagers in their teenage years, and can also occur on the skin of adults.

It is commonly said that acne occurs mostly on females, which is entirely wrong. Acne is an overall problem as well by men at all stages of life. Some people have acne even when they passed their teenage and are still victims of acne when they have become adults. The reasons acne occurs in both men and women are quite different but sometimes they may also vary; for men, an abnormal production of some hormones may trigger acne.

There are many causes that can trigger acne. It is possible for acne being mild, intense, or painful, depending on the skin condition and the kind of environment the person works in. Those who live and work in a polluted environment are more prone towards acne instead of those who work in a good clean environment. When the bacteria which is sebum, reacts on oily skin, it instantly starts to blog the pores on the skin surface and causes acne, pimples, blackheads, whiteheads, blemishes and other skin conditions which all come under acne.

Acne not only can cause pain and some suffering, but also lowers self-esteem and confidence as he or she might be conscious about their looks. Acne treatment is a must and there are many treatments available for acne such as over the counter medicines, ointments etc., antibiotics, gels and lotions, scrubs and cleansers, and other things. Although, from most of them it is better to stay away. Most times to opt for natural remedies is a better outcome.

Acne Affects Both Sexes

It is commonly said that acne occurs mostly in women, which is entirely wrong. In men, there is sometimes abnormal production of some hormones which may trigger production of acne. Other conditions like working in a polluted environment, taking too much stress, are other things that can cause acne to erupt in a person.

It has also been found that in comparison to females men’s acne is much more intense as men contain hormones called testosterone, where as women have the same hormone but in smaller quantity. Testosterone plays a key role in developing male reproductive tissues such as the testis and prostate, as well as promoting secondary sexual characteristics such as increased muscle and bone mass, and the growth of body hair.

The facial skin irritates easily because of its sensitivity, more so than normal skins. It is very important that men use the right kind of tools when shaving and the right blade and shaving cream.

Tips For Acne Removal and Treatment

There are safe and effective ways to treat acne with herbal and natural techniques. Of all the evidence, natural acne treatment is the only thing that works. Avoid all skin creams unless they are all made from natural ingredients.

Face cleansing is the most important thing an acne sufferer should take care of. If the face is clear of excessive oil and bacteria, then the chances of acquiring acne becomes reduced. A non-oily and good face wash cleanser is best being used and rinsed with clean water.

Rinse effected area twice daily and pat dry. The 2nd rinse is best before going to bed. Avoid cleansing too often, this can irritate the skin even more. In the morning massage raw honey (“Manuka” if possible), with your fingertips over your face, then just rinse off. The honey will remove excess oil, but at the same time leaves the skin moisturized.

Tee tree oil has some famous ingredients for acne treatment. It not only reduces acne, it is also good for other skin problems, like blemishes, wrinkles, blackheads, whiteheads etc. Tea tree oil is most beneficial and often even better than benzyl peroxide in treating acne; it leaves the skin clear and smooth.

Dip a cotton ball or swab into lemon juice which is disinfectant, tab on to affected area and rinse with clean water.

Apple cider vinegar can help your skin in many ways. One reason vinegar is very helpful in treating skin disorders is that it has a pH which is nearly the same as healthy skin. So, applying apple cider vinegar helps to normalize the pH of the skin.

Aloe-Vera is very soothing and reduces inflammation and redness. You can apply the gel to your skin, massage it in with your fingers. To do this several times per day can also be helpful. Use the gel straight from a growing plant for best results.

Any of those treatments can work for you. It is a matter of which one to choose. It is a matter of trial and error because of different skin types.

Other Things That Help

The wrong diet as well can worsen your skin condition. Avoid most soft drinks, eat more fruit, green leafy vegetables, green tea, nuts, fish oil, krill oil, omega-3, eggs etc. Drink a reasonable amount of water to keep the skin hydrated. Water should always be your first choice of beverage; it outperforms all other drinks for thirst.

Over lathering your body when you wash or shower with all the harsh soaps, shampoos and cleansers, tends to remove the protective sebum which are beneficial fats that your body uses to protect your skin. Exercise can help with blood circulation and releases stress which also can cause acne.

Most shaving creams contain many chemicals and toxins. It is best to use natural, toxin free shaving cream. The same applies if the skin is excessive dry. A natural shower shampoo and after shower moisturizer be used to keep the skin moisturized. Stay away from all creams that contain chemicals and toxins, use natural products only.

My name is Josef Bichler. Having successfully overcome several of my own health challenges by using natural means, I believe that sharing information can help others to take control of their own health problems. I’m constantly on the lookout and research to find chemical and toxin free products, as well the best and most effective supplements money can buy. To make people aware to achieve their health objectives by exposing unhealthy or wrong food choices for certain health issues. For more ongoing information subscribe to my free weekly newsletters. This also gives you the opportunity for comments, suggestions and questions you may have, as well download my “free e-book” to help making better food choices:

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