Struggling with Acne? Here's What Your Dermatologist Isn't Telling You ...

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Acne plagues nearly everyone at some point in their lives.

If you’re reading this, chances are you are suffering from a bout of acne and you want new answers for getting rid of it.

Maybe you’ve gotten lots of good advice, but it just isn’t working for you anymore.

Or, maybe you just want something natural that you’ve never tried before.

Here’s what your dermatologist isn’t telling you about your acne.

Now you’ll have the tools you really need to be blemish free.

1. You Have to Change What You Eat

Unlike general doctors, your dermatologist is trained to study your skin and not so much your weight or eating habits.

However, what you eat plays a huge impact on your skin.

By failing to get the proper nutrients, your skin can go crazy and end up breaking out.

You should be getting a good mix of foods from each food group.

Your skin will show it!

2. Stop Touching

I’ve made many visits to my dermatologist and she has never warned me not to touch my acne.

Well, it turns out that she should be.

That’s because your fingers can transfer germs and bacteria to the acne, causing it to worsen and slow down healing.

If you must touch, make sure you wash your hands with soap and water really well first.

3. Products Are Usually for Teens

Yes, you can still get acne as an adult, but most of the products sold are formulated for teens.

Because your skin changes as you age, these products might not be that effective for your skin now.

But, your dermatologist might not know that you are struggling with finding a product that works.

Mention it and she’ll probably have an answer.2

4. You Don’t Have to Spend a Ton

Dermatologists often recommend pricey treatments and medications, but they aren’t always your only answer.

However, they are paid to tout these things because they make more money that way and are able to get samples and promotions.

The truth is that you can get good results without these items.

For example, research shows that covering a pimple in honey can make it smaller and less noticeable overnight.

Bottom line – do your research.

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