The Most Effective Treatment for Acne with Lifestyle Changes
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Your skin not only needs a good circulation for oxygen, but also plenty of nutrients to keep its best shape. There are some essential nutrients good for skin health. These include vitamin E, vitamin C, and selenium.
Foods high in fiber, antioxidants, and healthy-protein such as vegetables, fruits, and fish low in mercury are commonly recommended.
On the other hand, foods high in carbohydrate (especially simple carbohydrate) and fats (especially saturated fats) should be restricted.
Like caffeine, excessive consumption of alcohol is also bad for the health of your skin. Alcohol also can act as a diuretic which means it makes your body lose more water. As a result, you are more likely to have dry skin!
Also, wash and clean your skin & face every day. But again, don’t do this too often – as noted before!
You can use a gentle soap or gentle scrub to clean your face, and apply a moisturizer afterwards.