Cut out dairy
Other or combination of two
If you're using any kind of skincare product, be sure you're also moisturizing, especially in dry weather. Many acne-fighting soaps and spot treatments dry the skin out, which makes it want to produce more oil and you start the cycle all over again. Make sure the moisturizer is oil-free and labeled non-comedogenic. Cetaphyl makes a good one, and if you live near CVS their store brand works just as well. That is what I use, but now I'm also interested in some of the natural methods mentioned above.
Last edited by KimNKY; 10-10-2012 at 10:46 AM.
I used to have terrible acne. Now it's only bad when I get sick or stressed. Part of it was getting older I'm sure, but the biggest changes I've noticed were from the following...
1. Stopped washing my face
2. Stopped washing my hair
3. I change (or flip) my pillowcase every night.
I need to have my daughter try the cider vinegar and coconut oil.
She has had some good results with taking Beta Carotene supplements.