Fighting acne with natural methods it is possible and can be extremely effective as it tries to act on the causes of the disorder and not on the consequences.
L'acne is a skin disease that can affect different areas of the body such as the face, back, chest and shoulders and is characterized by inflammation of the sebaceous glands attached to the hair follicles.
The unpleasant consequences of this disorder include the seborrhea (process by which the skin is more "greasy"), the formation of pimples is blackheads.
L'acne it is a typical disorder of adolescence that affects over 30% of subjects between the ages of 14 and 19 of Caucasian ethnicity. In eastern and African populations this disorder is much less frequent, perhaps also due to the different diet.
The hormonal changes that occur during puberty are one of the triggers of acne as they lead to changes in the sebaceous glands that can become clogged, favoring the birth of comedones.
A study by the prestigious New York University showed that there is one direct correlation between diet and the onset of acne.
Diets associated with a high glycemic rate and diets including the intake of cow's milk have been identified as factors that favor the onset ofacne.
The adoption of very specific hygiene and behavioral rules can therefore be of great help in preventing the onset ofacne and in containing the development of skin effects.
Very interesting is the method developed by Dr. Watson who in this video introduces his method to prevent and fight acne with natural methods explaining the importance of following a series of hygiene-behavioral rules.
Fighting acne with natural methods obviously does not present the possible side effects of drugs and creams which, especially if associated with cosmetics, as often happens for adolescent girls, can create allergic reactions that worsen the situation rather than improve it.
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