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7 Things You Should Never Do To Your Skin Whether You Have Acne Or Not

7 Things You Should Never Do To Your Skin Whether You Have Acne Or Not

Your skin is the largest organ in your body.

Besides helping the body in the process of toxic elimination, it also protects your body against temperature changes, and from harmful invaders.

By working with your skin and not against it you pave the way to an enhanced healing of the skin.

Your skin will look and feel better; it will become more even toned and vibrant.

On the other hand, by constantly doing the following, you are weakening the natural protecting capabilities of your skin.

As in slowing the healing process of your skin, making your skin look bad and making your acne worse:


Besides lung cancer, heart disease and early aging of your skin such as wrinkles, smoking causes the contraction of the small capillaries and blood vessels of the skin.

Thus depriving your skin from the essential oxygen needs for creation and maintenance of healthy cells.

2. Using Topical Steroids

Over the counter or prescription cortisone based creams, especially the potent types, can eventually thin your skin and worsen your acne condition in the long run.

This is in addition to the irritation, redness and other side effects steroid creams can cause.

Moreover, topicals by definition address the symptoms of acne inflammation, itching, puss, they do not treat the root cause of the disease.

Nevertheless, taking care of your skin externally is highly recommended but should be performed gently using pure natural ingredients such as diluted tea tree oil.

3. Taking Antibiotics

Antibiotic treatments like tetracycline aggravate your acne in the long run and also severely damage your internal system in the process.

Antibiotics destroy all the bacteria in your system including the good, probiotic bacteria like acidophilus that have many essential qualities that promote clear skin.

One of these qualities is the ability to protect your digestive tract from parasites and fungus that constantly stress and damage your liver.

Which is among the most important organs responsible for the healing process of your skin).

4. Shaving With 4-In-1 Razor Blades

Never use these 4-in-1 razor blades when shaving especially if you have large bumps and painful cysts.

The reason is that blades that guarantee the “closest shave” will cause severe irritation and will damage your skin.

Always use a single blade when having liveacne.

5. Picking Your Skin

As in popping and squeezing.

Never ever touch, pick or squeeze your blemishes, regardless of how temping and “safe” it may seem.

By doing this unprofessionally, you make your acne worse by aggravating your existing inflammation and pushing the puss deeper and wider into the skin.

There are in fact very effective and safe ways of dealing with small whiteheads or blackheads.

But I strongly recommend leaving that to the professionals if you care for your skin and wish to prevent further scarring.

6. Taking Excessive Vitamin A

Vitamin A from natural sources like green leafy vegetables and beta carotene fruit in small quantities can significantly enhance the healing process of your skin.

But when taken excessively it can seriously damage your liver and cause severe health problems and side effects.

7. Use Over The Counters For Your Rosacea

That one is a no-brainer.

Taking over the counters that by definition make your skin red and irritating is definitely not something you want to do when surfeiting from rosacea.

If you suffer from rosacea, always consult your dermatologist prior to applying over the counters on your already inflamed and highly sensitive skin.

Mike WaldenMike Walden is a certified nutritionist, independent medical researcher, natural health consultant and author of best-selling e-book Acne No More.

Prior to that, he has written dozens of holistic health articles and has been featured in sites, print magazines and ezines.

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