The Experts All Agree: There's No Quick Fix for Acne
There's no denying that waiting around for great
things to happen is no fun. It would be much more gratifying if we could get
the things we want at the moment we want them, but unfortunately that's just
not how the world works.
Treating acne is no different. People are
constantly looking for "a miracle cure" that can give them clear skin
overnight, but eventually they all learn that a product like that doesn't
Instead, the trick to beating acne once and for
all isn't in a magic cream or potion -it comes down to having some good old
fashioned patience and perseverance.
Things to Remember
acne didn't develop overnight, and it won't go away that fast either: Think
about your earliest experiences with acne. Did you wake up one morning and
suddenly find your face covered in a huge breakout? Chances are you
didn't. It's much more likely that things progressed slowly-starting with
a stray whitehead here and there and progressing in severity into the
breakouts you have in the present. These problems developed over the
course of months and years, not days and weeks, and treating them can take
just as long. As nice as it would be to have a quick fix for acne, this is
a condition that takes patience and persistence to fight.
that can quickly eliminate the symptoms of acne rarely address its
underlying causes: Sure, using hope is a strong
sales pitch; so numerous products therefore promise you quick results. There
are even topical creams and cleansers out there that can reduce the
appearance of blackheads or whiteheads in a matter of days, but after you
stop using them or often even while you are still using them, your acne
problems flare right back up. In addition they may dry, sensitize and age
your skin or even cause other problems. The reason this is so is because
products like these only treat the symptoms of acne-not its causes. While
most of the action with acne takes place on the surface of the skin, this
problem actually begins much more internally. One of the primary,
internal causes of acne is an imbalance in your hormones-specifically it's
an overabundance of androgens in your blood stream. This imbalance can be
caused by a number of different things including puberty, pregnancy, and
menopause, but whatever the mechanism, it can easily lead to acne
breakouts. From this point of view, treating acne with topical medications
seems like a superficial fix for a deeper problem.
acne solutions don't work in the same way as quick topical fixes (nor do
they carry the same side effects as pharmaceutical products). All-natural
solutions to acne, like AcnEase, aren't a quick fix. Unlike
things like antibiotics, natural cures aren't about getting rid of the
problem as fast as possible regardless of the side effects. Instead, they effectively
work with your body in a way that's not harmful. They aim to bring balance
without sacrificing any other aspect of overall health. If you find
yourself particularly "out of whack" this process can take a
long time. However, once you begin to see the powerful results of a method
like this, all the waiting will be worth it.
Tips for Successfully Treating Acne
the recommended treatment regimen: Instructions
for acne-fighting products are not suggestions-they need to be followed
exactly. For example, AcnEase® has very specific roster about what dose
and how many times to use it depending on the type of acne you have and
for how long you've had it. These regimens are developed based on
research and should be followed to get the most out of the treatment. If
you skip or deviate from these recommendations, you are likely to find
that you won't experience the best and fastest healing results. In short,
the best results require your active participation.
your primary treatment with secondary ones: Just
because you're using a product like AcnEase doesn't mean you can't
supplement your treatment with additional (supplemental) acne-fighting
methods. Find a healthy skincare routine that works for
you, eat right, and protect your skin from sun damage as well.
While these won't cure your acne on their own, they can help make things
easier and more successful.
on prevention. By incorporating preventative
skincare methods into your life, instead of "reacting" to
the roller coaster that you've been on for so long, this will help you
achieve and sustain the best results. Even though it won't always
seem like things are getting better, if you're patient and consistent with
your treatment you WILL begin to see sustainable results. You will break
the cycle of acne!
With a promise of clear skin,