Aloe vera, an effective ally against acne

18-01-2018 lonestarlynch
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First of all be clear that acne is not contagious. However it is the most common disease of the skin and may affect 80% of the population. It comes produced by segregation of excess fat from the sebaceous glands.

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It occurs mainly in young people aged 11 to 30 years and there are many factors that cause: hereditary factors, poor diet, obstructions in the pilosebaceous canal, hormonal changes, bacteria ...

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It is not easy to cure acne, however, it treated in time and in an appropriate manner can combat outbreaks and achieve never scratch. This is essential to tackle it from its first symptoms, follow these two basic tips will help us prevent: 1) maintain good hygiene in the most prone to acne areas, as acne often extended due to a bacterial infection that goes marks to others if we do not keep well clean the affected area. And 2) take care of food and limit your intake of fatty foods.

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Fat no acne. Excess fat production of our glands often accompanies the vast majority of acneic processes unfortunately puberty all hormones, also the oil, fat responsible for producing activated. This process is more prevalent in men, because it is associated with male hormones, hence prime acne in men than in women.

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The most visible symptom is the dreaded acne pimples. They are produced by the accumulation of cells stuck to the skin, the sebaceous gland obstructed its natural outlet to the outside and the interruption causes a small clot that you denominas shin. This alteration can have two forms: a grain of white head, when not associated to the hair follicle, and a blackhead or pimple open when it is associated with a hair follicle. Poorly treated pimples may become entrenched, lead to pustules or infected, mainly due to the effect of bacteria, as we have said proliferate uncontrollably when tallow segregation increases.

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How to treat acne with aloe vera?

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Aloe, it has bacterial and astringent properties that make it ideal for treating acne. However it requires an effective and consistent treatment, since it is a very rebellious condition often flares up after controlled. To combat acne is essential to attack the disease on two fronts: 1) internally aloe juice, the purifying and regulating power will lower body fat levels secreted by the sebaceous glands, and 2) from outside, on the one hand trying to release impurities and cleanse affected area in depth, for which apply soap aloe vera acne and tonic, and secondly applying aloe gel with a wealth of 95%, thus get dry grain, thanks its astringent quality, and secondly prevent the bacterial flora proliferate and infect other nearby areas.