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As long as the sebaceous gland is working, you could either have acne, whiteheads, blackheads, oily and dry skin, or a combination of any of these. While we can’t stop the natural functioning of the body, we can somehow lessen the breakout of these common skin problems, particularly getting rid of acne for good.
Digging in vitamin A-rich foods is a good first step in preventing acne. Vitamin A controls and regulates the sebaceous gland in the skin. It also kills unfriendly bacteria that cause these skin problems, so scrubbing your face isn’t enough. That would only damage your skin. Scrubbing your face too hard also destroys the friendly bacteria on your skin that are supposed to protect you.
Vitamin D is just as indispensable to keep an acne-free face. Basking in healthy sunshine will give you enough vitamin D. Cod liver oil is also rich in vitamin D. Aside from keeping acne at bay, vitamin D also protects us from skin cancer and keeps our immune system healthy.
A congested gallbladder or liver won’t produce enough bile. This is a fluid that helps break down fats, and fat-soluble vitamins like A, B, and K are dependent on the bile to be absorbed thoroughly. Hormonal imbalances during menstruation among women can also cause acne, but only in controllable and tolerable numbers.
Managing stress and cutting down on sugar intake can also help you get rid of acne.
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