You usually feel when everything in your body is functioning properly. But, suddenly you get a dark spot on your face and feel like a teenager. It happens almost to all, particularly to those with hormonal imbalance.

In my 20s, I had cystic acne on my face, due to the hormonal imbalance, or polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). Despite the painful pain, it was nearly impossible to cure it, even though I tried antibiotics, even benzyl peroxide Retin-A. In fact, they made it more complicated.

The hormonal acne is not like the spot or bump on the skin, it is much more serious.

HOW DO HORMONES AFFECT THE SKIN

Hormonal acne occurs as a result of endocrine imbalance, and most of its symptoms are experienced during the ovulation, in the mid-cycle, or before it. There are two points when the testosterone and the estrogen are at the highest point.

Women with normal endocrine systems, these hormonal changes do not cause any damages. But in women with hormonal imbalance, the testosterone and estrogen may accumulate in the endocrine system; these hormonal changes do not cause any damages. Hormonal acne is not similar to the spot or bump on the face, it is much more serious.

In case, you are one of these women, the body does not perform the detoxification properly. In addition, if you do not have a healthy lifestyle, your skin and organs are suffering. It may cause dominance of estrogen, which leads to skin inflammation and extra testosterone, which additionally stimulates the sebaceous glands to produce more oil.

It may be particularly emphasized before the periods, because, the blood is much closer to the skin during the periods, thus aggravating redness and acne. As a result of the contact of the testosterone with the follicles, you may experience loss or growth of hair.

A WAY TO BETTER SKIN

The hormonal changes are more noticeable on the face, and sometimes on the back and chest, because the skin is responsible for eliminating waste from the body, as well as some of the human organs, such as: the liver, large intestine and the lymphatic system.

When you see how strong the connection among these organs is, you will understand why some topical ointments do not work on every pimple. The, starts the main problem. In other words, the skin manifests the food that we eat. Namely, the food that we consume, the products that we use regularly, as well as the beauty products that we use, should be used properly.

The skin acne will not be eliminated by medicines or expensive face creams. Then, we ask ourselves if there is something that we could do. The answer is very simple.

We can prevent skin acne with a healthy lifestyle and food.

There is a list of types of food that you should not consume. Try to avoid them and make your skin glowing.

WHAT TO AVOID?

– Dairy products: Despite the synthetic hormones that are found in the dairy products, they also lead to the leaky gut syndrome, which creates hormone excess.

– Soy: if you suffer from hormonal changes, the consumption of soy may additionally exacerbate the skin acne. Soy may be found in some unusual products, such as supplements. You should be more careful of the nutrition labels.

– Gluten: The gluten also leads to inflammation of the leaky gut syndrome, just like the dairy products.

– Peanuts: peanuts can also lead to gut inflammation or skin issues, even for people who think that they are not allergic to peanuts at all.

– Canola, vegetable oil, safflower and sunflower: the mentioned cooking oils contain more omega-6 fats than omega-3 fats, which means that they also cause skin inflammation and breakouts.

– Caffeine: Green or black teas as well as coffee may lower the level of magnesium, Vitamins B, zinc, which in turn weakens the immune system.

WHAT TO INCLUDE IN THE DIET?

– Healthy nutrients: You should try the Clear Skin Recipe. To prepare it, you will need half a green apple, half a cup of cilantro, half a cucumber, two stalks of celery, romaine lettuce (4 leaves), 4 fresh or frozen strawberries and half a lemon. Additionally, you may add half a cup of coconut water.

– Refill the good bacteria: to keep the gut healthy, probiotics are strongly recommended. The good digestion also contributes to hormonal balance. There are several good bacteria (or bacterial genes) known as the estrobolome, which produce an enzyme that aids to metabolize estrogen. In order to maintain good bacteria, take a probiotic on a regular basis.

– Use organic products: even though you consume organic fruit and vegetables, it is also important to use organic beauty products. Make sure you avoid anything that contains:

• Endocrine-disrupting phthalates (be aware of the acronyms DEHP and DBP).
• Sodium lauryl sulfates and ether sulfates (be aware of the acronyms SLES and SLS).
• Parabens (such as: ethyl, butyl, methyl, and propyl).
• Anolamines (be aware of acronyms TEA, DEA, and MEA)
• Petroleum jelly or Petrolatum.

You should look for natural beauty remedies that will be both safe and beneficial for the skin.

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