Get Rid Of Acne Fast And Easy

Jenny asks…

How to get rid of the dark circles under your eyes?

in the mornings before i go to school i wake up with dark circles under my eyes and sometimes a bump under each of my eyes how can i get rid of these? fast and easy tips please!

admin answers:

Natural Therapies…and Causative Factors
People who have used chamomile and Vitamin E have discovered that these natural therapies can decrease the severity of dark under-eye circles. In addition, a good rotation diet under the supervision of a physician will work wonders.

What sort of doctor should you choose? Homeopaths are familiar with a whole mind-body, or holistic, approach to symptoms such as under eye circles, but an allopath will also do. Find one that is open to the idea of identifying and eliminating causative foods.

To begin with, examine your diet. Chances are that you are allergic to a food or a drink – even to an airborne element. Common allergens include dairy and excessive sugar. Dark circles under the eyes are a sign that your liver or kidneys are carrying a toxic load.

You’ve heard of eyes being referred to as “windows to your soul”? Well, think of your dark under eye circles as “windows to your filtration system”. Dark circles can also indicate something as simple as a lack of sleep, so be sure to get enough so that you feel refreshed upon awakening.

Stress is another cause. Too much sun can also cause under eye circles. One additional cause is bone structure: persons with deep set eyes sometimes appear to have shadows under their eyes. An overproduction of melanin can also cause dark shadows under the eyes. In most cases, proper lifestyle changes will dramatically diminish under eye circles. Here are a few suggestions for improving your lifestyle:

Good Nutrition

Drinking lots of water prevents dehydration which is a
main cause of under eye circlesEating a diet rich in Vitamin K and iron, in addition to doing away with processed or greasy foods, will go a long way towards eliminating under eye circles. If you follow a regimen recommended for the prevention of oily breakouts or acne, you will benefit the skin on the face overall – including the under eye area. Here is a holistic protocol for facial care:

1. Consume plenty of fiber, to allow for regular bowel movements. (Complex carbohydrates will do the trick.)

2. Eat plenty of fresh fruits.

3. Either eat your vegetables raw (when they can be thus consumed, and digested easily) or sauté or lightly cook your vegetables. Make sure you get plenty of greens, as they are known to clean out the toxins in the bloodstream.

4. Eat a couple of servings of broiled fish a week, for their essential fatty acids.

5. Invest in a juicer, and juice raw fruits and vegetables. (You should blanch broccoli. You may juice all other produce in their raw state.)

6. Avoid fried foods, butter, cheeses, whole milk, ice cream, rich salad dressings, chocolate, fatty meats, coffee, sweets and processed nut products.

Cosmetic Use
Do not leave under-eye creams or oils (or any moisturizer) on the skin underneath your eyes for any length of time. The skin in that area is thin and might sag with the added weight. If you do use any under eye concealers, try to get products that are enriched with Vitamins C or E.

Vitamin C, especially, is involved in collagen production. Collagen protein accounts for up to 75% of the weight of the dermis and is responsible for the elasticity and elasticity of the skin.

After washing your face at night, apply a light moisturizer to help keep our skin hydrated. Safflower or olive oil work wonderfully; just don’t forget to blot the excess oil with a tissue (or allow the oil to be absorbed) before slipping on your pajamas, so as not to stain the material.

Under-eye Exercises
Try palpating the area around your eyes lightly. Using the tips of your fingers, make fluttering motions with your fingers and lightly graze the area. This will rev up circulation and “smooth out” little creases.

Internal Hydration
You will want to drink at least eight (8) glasses of quality water per day. This will help eliminate dehydration, one of the main causes of dark under eye circles – as well as puffiness under the eyes.

Stay Active
Be sure to get some exercise each and every day. This will improve your overall health and vigor. A balanced homeostasis – the ability to maintain internal equilibrium – will be visible on your face.

In a Rush? Apply Cucumber Juice
Finally, applying cucumber juice on a cotton pad will help you with its mild bleaching properties. It is also soothing and cooling. However, this is only a temporary solution and should be followed up with a good lifestyle, as described above.

William asks…

How do i get rid of Acne?

I am currently using the neutrogena wave, and it is just making me break out more… does it ususally do that? and are there tricks to getting rid of Acne fast and easy, and not to expensive, or maybe even house hold items

admin answers:

I’ve been in that situation and there is really nothing you can do about it. There are things you can do to try to reduce the blemishes and get rid of acne temporarily but you will always be finding yourself cleaning your face or your body depending on where it’s at.

I mean of course your acne should go away eventually but for some this is the case their whole life.

I’m 29 years old and have been suffering from these little pests since I was a teenager. I tried all sorts of face washes from the local grocery store and what not, but nothing seemed to work. If anything it would just make my skin dry and itchy.

Literally the best acne face wash I’ve ever used has been this stuff called clearpores. It has got rid of the acne to quickest and has been a success ever since I got it. It’s unique cause of it’s herbal supplement you take a long with it that helps your skin from the inside out. I saved money on it at at the time which was helpful.

You should really look into this stuff and if you can to assure the best results, get the 3 month supply because if it doesn’t work it will still save you butt on the return policy.

Well good luck and best wishes.

David asks…

What are some good products for acne?

I have tried several things but they just don’t seem to work. What are some good products to buy that you can get at Walmart or similar stores that get rid of acne fast and are fairly cheap

admin answers:


I’m 35 and I still get spots/pimple clusters from time to time and even when they go, they leave reddish marks for ages and my skin looks blotchy.

I use clean and clear or neutrogena clear skin – both contain salicylic acid which prevents breakouts and gradually evens the skin tone out too.

Any female with spots I’d recommend trying dianette or yasmin contraceptive pills because if it’s hormonal, that can sort out the kind of hormonal pimples you might get monthly!

Also I’d recommend taking a 100% multi vitamin/mineral complex and Omega 369 oils every day because that ensures you’re getting the right nutrition and also, the omega oils improve blood flow.

Also…keep your hydration right by drinking plenty of water, avoiding caffeine and alcohol and too much salt!

Another suggestion is the scrub you can get called ‘resurface’ or something like that – made by L’oreal. You only use it a couple of times a week (and use at night because it makes your face red!). It really works not just with the colouring but also the texture – smoothes it back out. It comes with it’s own moisturiser which I don’t use but I use the scrub at night a couple of times a week and put bio oil on which it supposed to help clear scarring and even skin tone.

And my final suggestion is ‘sheer cover’ mineral foundation. You see it on infomercials a lot…tacky I know! But it really works. You can buy it on eBay too so it’s easy for you to get some to try it out. You use the tiniest amount but because it doesn’t settle into enlarged pores and it contains minerals that reflect light, it disguises any kind of ‘scarring’ and also it stops you getting spots because it doesn’t block pores. The minerals in it reflect light a bit too which acts as a kind of concealer. It’s hard to explain but it’s fantastic. Just make sure not to use too much – and apply with a kabuki brush starting from the outside and working in so you don’t end up with an over made up nose!

I know people say make up’s a no no – but because this doesn’t block pores and has the added effect of stopping you touching your face too much, I think it’s good. You can wear it on its own too and as long as you apply it minimally, it covers but doesn’t look like you’ve got make up on.

Good luck with it hun XX

PS – if you can get them, clean & clear do these blotting paper things – in the uk I find I have to order them in from Hong Kong or somewhere cos they stopped doing them here – but they’re good. And if your face gets really greasy, just blot with a tissue if you can’t find those. Some tissues are to fluffy so I tend to carry around a few sheets of kitchen roll for the purpose!!!

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