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Acne is a common human skin complaint that affects most people at some point in their life. It is most common during the teenage years and premenstrually because of the hormonal changes, including increased male hormones or increased progesterone, which leads to the increased production of oil that clogs the skins pores. For some people it can continue on into adulthood, while for others it can appear as adult-onset acne even if it was never a huge problem during their teenage years.+ Read more >

Acne can be caused by hormonal changes, nutritional deficiencies, stress, genetics, exposure to environmental toxins and some pharmaceutical drugs, but is rarely caused by lack of cleanliness. Acne is characterized by pimples, blackheads, white heads, nodules and scaly, red skin. Although acne is not a life-threatening condition, it can have an enormous emotional impact and can result in negative body image and low self-esteem for those suffering with it. Fortunately there are a variety of natural acne supplements that can be used to reduce the effects of acne triggers without having to resort to harsh prescription medication. Tea tree oil, grapefruit seed extract and lavender essential oils can all be used topically to help fight acne. They can be dabbed directly onto the skin or added to hot water for a steam treatment for your skin. Colloidal silver can be used as a natural antibiotic for acne that has become infected. Nutritional acne supplements are also important in providing the body with the proper nutrition it needs to fight acne-causing bacteria and heal the skin. Essential fatty acids are a key nutritional supplement for promoting the healing of inflamed skin and healthy fat metabolism. Zinc also helps to heal the skin and is involved in the oil production of the skin, however if it is taken on a long-term basis it should be taken with a copper supplement. Vitamin B has been shown to help the body deal with stress and is helpful in aiding the body’s chemical process, so consider taking a high quality Vitamin B complex supplement. Probiotics provide the body with beneficial bacteria which can help fight the acne-causing bacteria in your body. All acne supplements should be part of an overall health approach which also limits the intake of fatty foods, caffeine, chocolate, and exposure to environmental toxins. Eating a healthy, well-balanced diet which includes fruits, vegetables and drinking plenty of water will also help maximize the effectiveness of any acne supplements, as well as helping to keep your body as free of toxins as possible. If managing and treating your acne naturally is important to you, Body Energy Club’s online vitamin store has the acne supplements and skin care products to suit your needs. Before starting any new supplements it is important to check with your doctor to make sure they are right for you, especially if you have a medical condition or are taking prescription medications.+ Read less >

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