Sure-Fire Weapon to Beat Acne

Take advantage of this sure-fire way to get healthy skin and clear up acne

How desperate are you to finally get rid of your acne? Pretty desperate, huh? If you had a sure-fire weapon that would give you clear skin and a healthy, glowing complexion would you use it? Let's see.

Acne's worst nightmare

You know the old saying, 'When the going gets tough, the tough get going'.

If you've tried every acne treatment under the sun, you've scrubbed and scrubbed, gone to dermatologists, bought out the acne products section, and you're still battling, it's time to get serious. It's time to take action, and yes, it's probably something you really don't want to do.

What is it? How about good, old exercise. Yep. Exercise is your acne's worst nightmare.

Now before you think exercise can't possibly help your skin, check out these facts that just might convince you to use this old, but sure-fire weapon. Here are some facts to get you going.

Fact #1

Skin is the largest organ in the entire body. When you do something that helps your skin, it's going to be a noticeable change -- something everyone notices.

Fact #2

Exercise increases circulation in your entire body, including your face and back -- the most acne-prone areas of your body.

Fact #3

Exercise delivers nutrients to the skin. When you exercise and get your heart pumping and your circulation going, you're sending blood and oxygen to your skin. Along with that blood and oxygen is a boatload of nutrients that feed and nourish your skin making it healthy.

Fact #4

Exercise helps you sweat away damaging toxins. Toxins can wreak all kinds of havoc on your skin. What toxins you ask? How about toxins from cigarette smoke, air pollution, and chemicals you pick up from your hair spray, deodorant, and shower gels.

All of these things you come into contact with every day are loaded with toxins.

Fact #5

Exercise unclogs pores. Now, you know that when you have acne, you have a problem with extra oils and sebum that clog your pores. There's nothing like a good sweat to unclog them and clear them up.

Fact #6

Exercise helps you keep your hormones under control. Hormones are one of the chief culprits that cause acne. This is why acne is especially bad during puberty, pregnancy, and menopause -- all major hormonal changes.

By exercising, you can help keep these testosterone-relate hormones like DHEA and DHT from getting the upper hand and controlling the condition of your skin.

Fact #7

Exercise lessens stress. Stress isn't something only adults have. Nope. We are all equally blessed with too many things to do in our lives and too little time to do them in. This adds up to stress regardless of how old you are.

If you will force yourself to exercise, you'll be amazed at how much better you feel just from the stress relief alone.

There you go -- seven solid facts that prove exercise is one of the best things you can do to get the complexion you've always dreamed of. I can't tell you exercise is the most fun thing you'll ever do, but I can tell you it is one of the keys to having healthy, vibrant, glowing, and acne free skin.

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