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Tips to Fight Acne

Posted May 12 2009 3:27pm

Tee tree oil Acne is an inflammatory condition of the sebaceous glands of the skin. It consists of red, elevated areas of the skin that may develop into pustules and even further into cysts that can cause scarring.

Popular known as pimples, acne vulgaris occurs mostly on the face but it can happen on the neck, back and other areas of the human body. It’s most commonly to teenagers and young adults.

Most people aren’t sure what to do to prevent or minimize acne. A few products may help to stop or reduce the frequency of acne breakouts.

Zinc supplements are one of the best ways to improve acne. An average of 60 to 90 mg a day can significantly reduce the rate of occurrence of breakouts. Copper should be added if taking zinc as your body needs 1 to 2 mg each day of copper to avoid deficiency of this mineral.

Vitamin A should be the next on your list. Studies have showed that natural vitamin A has been used successfully to treat severe acne. In addition, pantothenic acid (10 grams per day) may minimize moderate acne.

A few extra tips may be helpful to treat common acne. Clean your skin. Wash your face at least two times a day with cleaning lotions and using oil-removing pads. Lotions containing niacinamide gel and tea tree oil can help moderate acne.

Tea tree oil topical supplements can be used on a regular basis without side effects. Most tea tree products can clean your skin and may help to prevent scars.

Thursday Plantation Tea Tree Daily Face Wash for Acne - 8 oz.
Natra-Bio Acne Relief - 60 Tablets
Burt’s Bees Herbal Blemish Stick with tea tree oil - .26 Oz.

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