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My Personal Solution to the Problem of Acne

This article is written to provide a real solution to the acne problem that is helpful to remove acne over a short period of time. This is not a magical cream but precious information found after years of effort. I had been suffering from severe acne before its use. It may disappoint those who are looking for something to apply on skin.

The first and most important step is to avoid Vegetable Oils, if one has to get rid of acne.

We shall know that since this consists of fats from foods like sunflower, canola, and soybeans etc happens to be most acne aggravating foods. It can only turn healthy if the foods filled with Omega 6 are balanced with Omega 3. It is a matter of concern when these highly concentrated fats give way to the appearance of cholesterol, heart disease, and mostly acne.

It appears to be easy to use olive or coconut oil instead of these to avoid their intake through cooking. Those people who often use vegetable oil in cooking can quickly notice the difference in their skin by simply changing them with other oils. But the vegetable oil is commonly used in fast food, cookies, processed food etc and it is important to look at the ingredients if one has to avoid then.

When the foods containing these oils are taken in larger amounts they result in inflammation and imbalance in the hormonal system. A very significant change can be observed within a period of few weeks once the intake of these oils is stopped.

The other vital role is played by the presence of important nutrients in the diet which is commonly missing in the patients of acne. Vitamins, minerals, and other vital nutrients can not only clear the skin but also make it softer and healthier.

The imbalance and deficiency can be removed by using fresh healthy food as well as supplements.

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