Aloe Vera and Acne
A Well Balanced Diet Will Definitely Improve Your Skin
Part 1: Dietary AspectsAcne is one of the most common afflictions skin diseases in the United States. It is not contagious, but rather develops most prevalently during the teenage years. Acne affects 85% of the population between the ages of 12 and 24. Approximately 60 million Americans have active acne.
There are two factors to the skin condition known as acne, first is the predisposition of an individual to get acne, such as hereditary and hormonal aspects. Second is the environmental causes of acne, such as diet, personal hygiene, and skin irritants. I will discuss the causes of acne and the various ways to reduce the severity of acne. Since there is little that can be done to diminish hereditary or hormonal factors, those factors of acne affliction will not be discussed further. Rather I shall focus on what a patient can actively do to reduce the second factor, the environmental causes of acne.
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