HOW TO GET RID OF ACNE AND PIMPLES NATURALLY AND PERMANENTLY

ACNE AND PIMPLES

Acne is the condition of having pimples on the face and/or the body.


SYMPTONS
-    Generally on the face and back and can become abscesses or deep infected lesions in the skin. 

CAUSES
-    The production of the hormone testosterone (men and women), causes sebacious glands to grow, producing more oil.  The skin cells near the pore produce keratin and when these two substances mix, an amalgamation is produced, blocking the pore and creating a blackhead.  Bacteria begins to accumulate and grow, inflaming the area and forms a pimple.

SUGGESTED SOLUTION
1.    Wash your face with a balanced pH liquid soap in the morning and evening, drying with a paper towel.
2.    Apply propolis cream with aloe vera (make-up can be applied on top of this).
3.    Deep clean the skin twice weekly with a cleansing facial mask.
4.    Take Vitamin E, A, C and D.
5.    Use an exfoliating cream periodically.
6.    Take a natural anti-biotic
7.    Treatment can take up to 6 or 7 months, depending on severity.
8.    Eliminate sugar, flour, fried foods, butter, chocolate, sweets, whole milk, greasy creams and cosmetics. soaps with sulfides, iodine, bromides and oil in them.

WARNING
If one or more pimples are very red and the area becomes inflamed and sensitive, consult your physician.

PRODUCTS
Natural Aloe Vera liquid Soap / Avocado Soap.  Wash face at least twice a day.  The aloe deep cleanses and is an antiseptic.
Propolis and Aloe Vera Cream.  Apply this to affected area after washing with liquid soap.  The aloe-propolis combination eliminates bacterial infection.
Bee Propolis Tablets.  4 to 6 tablets daily at meal times.  Natural and effective anti-biotic, killing bacteria and viruses, strengthening immune system.
Aloe Vera Gel.  90 to 180ml daily at meal times.  Aloe as an anti-biotic, and cleansing of the body system.


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