How cleaning up internal and external bacteria, avoiding antibiotics, and adding the right supplementation can help clear up acne.
For some time, society has been addicted to the use of antibiotics as a "be all" fix for an array of health complications, infections, and - ACNE. I've done my share of facials as an aesthetician, which helped me formulate the Kasia Skin Care line to serve all skin types - but a main goal with this lie was to decrease inflammation and inner chaos in the dermis. This serves the need of anti-aging benefits, as well as the direct relation to acne. Our Kasia Lavendaire Melablend Essentail Oil is a great spot treatment for bacterial acne - and can be used directly on the skin.
Acne has many "roots," but it's often a bacterial problem.
Let's dig in a bit more .......
I am not a fan of antibiotics. They destroy the intestinal flora, weaken our overall immune system, never quite kill all the bacteria. Antibiotics will also increase your chances of getting the infection back - times 4 - only worse.
For many that go to the dermatologist (they are well respected and needed), they lack the hindsight in tracking the cause back to a previous round of antibiotics, therefore resulting in an even stronger one, continuing the downward spiral.
Hospitals are proven to be a dangerous example of this by breeding ever stronger, antibiotic-resistant bacterias to the patient. If you've done any recent antibiotics, or within the last year, I suggest taking the Premier Research Lab's Probiotic Caps for 2 months to reinstall friendly flora in your intestines.
Breaking Free of Acne
Do you suffer from acne? Is your teenage child battling the pimple? Here are a few suggestions that can reset biochemistry, and return your skin and body back to homeostasis!
1) Clean up the diet - clean up the gut. Concentrate on removing sugars, carbs, grains, and high glycemic index foods. This will assist in low grade infections, bacteria growth, and candida. Do this for 4 straight months.