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Optimise Acne Foaming Wash Results By Knowing the Triggers

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Acne foaming wash is one of the most effective ways to keep on top of those troublesome breakouts, and it can literally mean the difference between major pimples and clear skin. But it also matters what your unique triggers are as they do vary from person to person. 

So, with this in mind, we now look at the primary triggers for acne. You may or may know what yours are yet, but if you can identify them, you’re already halfway to solving the problem. 

What triggers acne?

When considering acne triggers, you can group them into four main categories; 1) stress, 2) gut imbalances, 3) hormonal imbalances and 4) the food you eat. It’s important to remember that acne has a genetic component, meaning that when inflammation is around, acne is often not far behind. 

People need the support of acne foaming wash for a myriad of reasons, with many suffering from the issue because of hormone fluctuations. Almost as many have acne issues caused by stress, which also leads to cortisol (the stress hormone)

But what about food? What are the common diet triggers for acne?

Look past refined sugars 

It’s natural to assume that chocolate, french fries, and sweets are the main cause of acne. This might be the case for some, but definitely not all. You see, the real offenders when it comes to acne are iodine, B12 and B7 Biotin. Iodine can be found in iodized salt (standard table salt), as well as pre-packaged real meals that people eat en masse every day.

Truth is, iodised salt is in many of the foods we eat, although it does tend to be found in most types of processed foods. So, by sticking to a more natural diet, you may enjoy some relief as a result. 

You have to start reading the labels

If you don’t want your diet to detract from the positive impact of your acne-foaming wash, you need to start reading the labels of foods you eat before you buy them. Iodine is in multivitamins, kelp and blue-green algae, as well as fish, dairy and eggs. 

B7 biotin is used in skin, nail and hair supplements and it increases the turnover of cells, which isn’t a great thing for acne. B12 is also found in dairy and animal products and is actually known to disrupt P Acnes bacteria. 

Create an acne-control diet plan to take back control

We’ve only covered a few things here, but the information provided should help you understand that what you eat matters to your complexion. Acne foaming wash products are great at what they do, but if you want the best possible effects, you need to also control what you consume and use on your body. 

We’d recommend taking the time to research all of the acne triggers that exist, both for food and skincare products and create a plan to master the problem. 

It’s something you can improve and add to over time, too, as you learn more about what your body likes and what it doesn’t. As you progress, you’ll get a tighter and tighter rein on your skin and get to the point where you’ve mastered it.

Zuella Montemayor did her degree in psychology at the University of Toronto. She is interested in mental health, wellness, and lifestyle. 

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