Drinking alcohol is a major cause of acne. Take steps to reduce your intake. Stay away from bottles of spirits.

Does Drinking Alcohol Cause Acne?


You Bet, Drinking Alcohol Causes Pimples

What’s worse than waking up with a hangover after a night of drinking all that wine, beer and vodka? Skin breakouts and/or inflammation that you’ll have to live with for days! Alcohol doesn’t do cutaneous inflammation any favors. In this post, we will discuss how it affects your facial beauty. We’ll also talk about the effects of different alcoholic drinks on your skin, particularly on its link with acne. Continue reading Does Drinking Alcohol Cause Acne?

Will probiotics help acne? They can because they are full of good gut bacteria.

Do Probiotics Help Acne? | Micro-Organisms That Deliver

Probiotics are very beneficial in fighting acne because of the good gut bacteria still living within the contents of each probiotic dosage. Probiotics are basically yeasts and bacteria that, unlike other types of bacteria or yeasts, are good for the overall health of the human body. They are especially good for the human digestive system, which in turn helps keep other areas of the body healthy as well.

Does exercise prevent acne, do you think? Or, does it actually cause acne? Find Out at HowtoHelpAcne.com

Does Exercise Prevent Acne? Not So.

Studies have been conducted to study the relation between acne and exercise and so far, most of them have come out negative. In fact, a single-blinded study conducted by researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine showed that there is no correlation between acne and exercise. Participants in the study did not show any change in acne with regard to number of days exercised, hours spent exercising, amount of sweat produced during exercise or the period between showering and exercise.

Does Depression Cause Acne

Does Depression Cause Acne?

The Relationship Between Depression and Acne

There is an article in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology (Consequences of Psychological Distress in Adolescents with Acne, Laurent Misery) that helps us with an interesting question.  Can depression cause acne?  Or, at the very least contribute to it?  It says that teens are psychologically vulnerable and sensitive to changes in their bodies and appearance.

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