Treatment Of Adult Acne
Usually, the majority of people who have had acne were in their teens and going through some phase of puberty, however there are some who continue to have acne even after puberty and into adulthood. I was one of these people, who was plagued by body acne well into my 20's.
The typical cause of acne is over-production of oil in the sebaceous glands plus the bacteria on the skin that feeds from the oil and irritates the skin. But what about when your hormone levels are normal? There must be another reason why you are still getting acne. In most cases, the reason is toxins. It has been found that anyone with a yeast infection (candida) has a large amount of toxins in their bloodstream.
The liver does a good job of removing toxins, but if there are too many, then the body has to find another way to remove them, and the quickest and easiest way is through the skin. What can happen when these toxins are pushed through the pores? The pores can become blocked. Inside the blocked pore, the bacteria can start multiplying and then you will end up with a big, inflamed pimple.
So the best way to remove these toxins from your body is to treat the root cause, the yeast infection, which is usually found inside the intestines. This nasty parasite loves to live in old pockets of faecal matter that has been trapped inside your colon. You need to clean out your insides of old 'junk' so the candida has nowhere to live. It's also a good idea to take an acidophilus supplement to attack the candida and take it's place in the colon.
One of the best ways to clean out your insides is by fasting. This also gives your liver time to get rid of excess toxins in your body.