Friday, November 18, 2011
Subject: Clear Skin
It hardly seems fair! Pimples and wrinkles on the same face seem like a cruel and non-funny joke by good old Mother Nature. The old girl must have a mean streak though, because, sadly, pimples and wrinkles do happen on the same face more often than anybody realizes. About 25% of men and about 50% of women will have acne at some time in their 20s, 30s, or 40s.
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Researchers believe that adult acne is basically caused by the same thing that causes teenage acne — hormonal changes. Often an adult that has an acne outbreak can visit their doctor and get a prescription for hormones that will clear the acne outbreak right up.
Diet doesn't cause adult acne anymore than it causes teenage acne. However, just like teenage acne, the LACK of certain nutrients in the diet can contribute to the adult acne problem.
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Sometimes adults will have an acne outbreak after a radical and prolonged change in diet and so they contribute the outbreak to something they ate. That isn't what happened, though. The outbreak could have been caused by something that they DIDN'T eat, but it was not caused by something that they DID eat.
Stress is also considered one of the main contributors to outbreaks of adult acne. You can't avoid stress altogether and live on planet earth. That isn't possible. But you can learn to manage your stress and thereby help to control your acne outbreaks. There are all kinds of relaxation techniques that one can learn to practice; deep breathing exercises, yoga, etc.
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The one thing that adults who suffer from acne outbreaks should remember is do NOT purchase products that are designed to treat teenage acne. These products are designed to dry the skin and, as an adult, you don't want to use products that will dry your skin because that will cause increased wrinkling. The best thing to do is see your doctor. He can help.
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