Vitamin A Acne Reducing Foods 

Vitamin A strengthens the protective tissue of the skin and actually prevents acne. It helps reduce sebum production. This vitamin is essential for the maintenance and repair of the tissue which the skin and mucous membranes are made of. Vitamin A is also a powerful antioxidant needed to rid your body of toxins. Did you know that a deficiency in vitamin A can actually cause acne?

Foods That Help Reduce Acne 

Cantaloupe and other yellow/orange melons are a great source of vitamin A. 

Carrots are excellent cooked or as a snack. 100 grams of raw carrots provides 16706IU (334% DV) for vitamin A. 

Crisp, fresh, and delicious, dark leafy greens are great in a salad or steamed as a side. As a bonus they are also high in calcium. Kale provides the most vitamin A.

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Rose Water Toner Recipe 

1 cup rose petals (rinsed)
2 cups boiling filtered water
1 spray bottle

Place the rose petals in a pot or metal bowl.
Pour the water over the petals and cover.
Let soak for 3 to 4 hours.
Using a strainer, pour the rose water into a spray bottle.
Stores in the fridge for up to one week

Apply the toner after washing and before moisturizing your face.

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Eucalyptus Oil For Pimples 

Eucalyptus oil has shown to possess potent antiseptic properties helpful in healing skin issues such as acne. When applied topically in diluted form to the skin, the oil helps dry up blemishes and pus-filled pimples. Eucalyptus oil also contains antibacterial qualities that help prevent acne outbreaks. Eucalyptus oil can be found online or in most herbal health food stores. 

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Blue Laser Treatment What’s That?

Acne can negatively impact your self-esteem but, stressing out over it can aggressively contribute to an over production of sebum oil that builds up in the pores clogging them making matters worst. If you suffer from acne don’t loose faith because there is hope! Blue laser acne treatments have been proven to be one of the most effective treatments for severe stubborn acne. Severe acne that has been previously treated with antibiotics, topical treatments, or acne peels may often fail to live up to expectation, while blue laser acne treatments may effectively kill the bacteria that causes acne to form. Depending on how severe the acne breakouts are will help to determine how many treatments you will need. Typically dermatologist suggest 6-8 treatments to effectively kill bacteria, unclog pores, and shrink pimples.