The real cause of acne; bacteria, diet, or something else

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Are you suffering from debilitating and embarrassing acne? Don’t settle for treating your symptoms, go after the root cause of acne and clear up your skin for good.

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The Real Cause of Acne: Bacteria, Diet, or Something Else?

Addressing Acne :

Addressing Acne If you want to start clearing up your acne, you must first tell yourself that acne is curable, temporary, and something you can overcome. Embarrassing acne doesn’t have to last forever, but you need to take the necessary steps to eliminate and manage it. You are capable of having healthy skin, but it will take some research and effort to maintain a healthy skin care system.

What Causes Acne Symptoms?:

What Causes Acne Symptoms? Acne is the most common skin condition and it affects more than just teens going through puberty. Many people think that acne is caused by dirt, greasy fast food, or genes, but those are not the root causes of acne. Acne is embarrassing for many people, but it can be treated and even cured with the right acne treatments.

Do Your Research :

Do Your Research Before you start treating your acne, you must first find out what is causing your outbreaks. Use reliable and credible information and exercise caution when using the internet to look up ways to solve you acne problems. It’s easy to become overwhelmed with information during your research, but just remember, most acne solutions are made from the same basic formula and the only differences are packaging and small amounts of additionally added products like moisturizers.

The Underlying Cause of Acne:

The Underlying Cause of Acne Though acne is exacerbated by dirt, greasy foods, and bacteria, they are not the primary causes. Acne is actual caused by hormone production and that’s where you must attack to get rid of it. Hormonal acne is caused when oil glands attached to hair follicles are stimulated by circulating hormones. This creates a hormone by-product called Dihydrotestosterone (DHT), which in turn is what causes breakouts and pimples.

DHT and Acne :

DHT and Acne What many acne control products don’t do is treat the underlying cause, which is what you want to do. There are not many products that stop DHT acne, but there are a few. Other treatments may provide short-term success by temporarily getting rid of the symptoms of DHT, but they won’t make it go away entirely.

How Do Anti-DHT Acne Treatments Work?:

How Do Anti-DHT Acne Treatments Work? Anti-DHT acne treatments go after the source of acne with a vengeance by eliminating the cause of excessive oil production by the oil glands at the hormonal level.  First of all, the treatments inhibit the conversion of Testosterone to DHT and get rid of excess oil production. After this, the treatment blocks the Androgen Receptors and stops the stimulation of the oil glands. The third step involves disinfecting and cleaning. The treatment will open your pores and get rid of any bacteria while reducing inflammation.

Following Through :

Following Through When you use an anti-DHT treatment, it will allow your skin to heal, leaving the newly regenerated skin smooth and less prone to breakouts. For the treatment to be truly effective however, you must keep up the routine until all of your acne fades away. Afterwards, make sure to set in place a health skin care regime to ensure that other acne symptoms don’t reappear.

Will Acne Come Back?:

Will Acne Come Back? If you use your treatment properly for the specified duration, your acne will clear up, but you need to maintain proper skin care to make it stay away. You may have to use your treatment for an extended period, but after your acne is gone, you can use the treatment less frequently. You can stop the production of hormones indefinitely, but after using your anti-DHT treatment, you can use the solution less vigorously and not worry about severe outbreaks. http://www.clearogen.com

More Than Acne?:

More Than Acne? If your acne persists even through the treatment, then you may have other more serious skin conditions. Prolonged acne that is resistant to medication and treatment may indicate disorders like diabetes or an endocrine disorder. If your acne resist treatment, it’s important to contact your doctor to see if your skin condition is in fact a symptom of something else.

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