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Acne Cure: The Ultimate Acne System

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 Acne Cure: The Ultimate Acne System: How To Cure Acne Forever Using 100% Guaranteed Natural Remedies. Read on your PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet

Acne is probably one of the worst things that we have to deal with in life. Who would want to walk around having a red dot on his or her face? While there are lots of acne remedies out there, there are still times when things just don’t work.

You have probably tried using every single acne treatment cream that you can find in the market, yet your acne still won’t disappear. You have probably already tried popping the acne because you believe doing so will finally put an end to the problem, yet there are still some that keeping on appearing. If that happens to be your problem, why don’t you just try to use natural remedies instead of simply continuing to rely on chemicals?

This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to cure your acne and get rid of them forever. Most importantly, this book offers you remedies that are a hundred percent natural, in which you can be sure there won’t be any side effects.

Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn...

What Causes Acne?
Ten Common Myths about Acne
Ten Natural Remedies to Acne
Foods that Help Fight Acne
Some Tips to Get Rid of Acne
Much, much more!


What Causes Acne?

Here’s one question that needs to be answered right away: what causes acne in the first place? It’s not like we get bitten by an insect and boom: red spot on the face. It doesn’t work like that, of course.

Acne, basically, is an inflammation of our skin, which is a result of a blockage of our pores. Why do pores get blocked? There are two common answers to that. Well, for one, it’s most likely due to normal oil production. Acne is also caused by the accumulation of dead cells on our skin (this is actually a normal process that the skin goes through). Individually, those shouldn’t be enough to trigger an outbreak. As soon as the two get mixed together though, propionibacterium—which is a type of bacteria—multiplies, leading to an increase in skin inflammation. That inflammation signals the start of acne.

Acne is also caused by an excessive production of sebum, which is an oily and complex combination of lipids and is produced by our sebaceous glands. The two main reasons as to why there happens to be an excessive secretion or production of sebum in our sebaceous glands include the presence of toxins (often the chemicals that we get exposed to every day, as well as those that come from our bad eating habits) and excess hormones (androgens).

Enough with the technical terms, though. Let us now focus on the somewhat more tangible causes of acne, which include the following:
Hormones. When a person undergoes puberty, he or she usually starts developing acne as well. That is because of the hormonal changes in our body, specifically the production of hormones called—okay, let’s get technical again—androgens, which cause enlargement as well as over stimulation of our sebaceous glands. This in turn leads to an excessive production of sebum, which—as we have mentioned earlier—causes acne.

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