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Causes Of Acne And Best Acne Treatment

Before starting, have you ever think why you always get pimples in one place on your face? did you ever think why acne appears only certain parts of your face?


Maybe some of the problem cause of your acne.

  • Products recommended by friends who have perfect skin anyway,
  • Been defrauded by too many promoters intriguing which give you hope that their products make miracles on your skin only to be disappointed time and again,
  • Tested products of high quality at the pharmacy,


Now it’s time to analyze the underlying problem of acne.


Now analyzing the problem of pimples on the different spots of your face and what your pimples are trying to show you about your body.


Acne On Right Cheek and Left Cheek:


Lower Cheek

Acne on the lower cheek may be an indication of poor dental hygiene. If you have any infections in the mouth, this will show on the outside too.


Upper Cheek

Your upper cheek is related to your lungs same symptoms for a pimple on back and chest. So acne on upper cheek caused by smoking and living in a highly polluted area.

More likely to break out in this area if you are sleeping on cheek side or use mobile  dirt and germs can be transferred.


What to do:


  • Kale, pumpkin, and sprouts  are great for healthier lungs.
  • Include oatmeal and brown rice and fresh vegetable in your diet.
  • Eat cooling foods like winter melons, gourds,  and green beans.
  • Avoid taro root, mango, seafood, and wine.
  • Avoid junk food and fast food.
  • Don’t overeat.
  • Eat less sugar.



  • Clean your phone with antibacterial every day and change your pillowcase every week.
  • Take care of your dental health, mouthwash, brushing, and flossing twice a day.



  • Try to keep a positive mood and spend your time in fresh air.
  • Try to relax decompress.
  • The liver is weakest at 1-5 PM, so try to do difficult work for the morning.
  • The liver is the strongest from 1-3 AM. This the best time for sleeping.
  • The lung is strongest at 7-9 AM. So try to do exercise this period.



Acne On Chin:


Your chin has a connection with the small intestine, so poor nutrition or food allergies could make you break out in this area.

Lots of women break out in this spot at the time of the month. This area is linked to your hormones so that any sudden change or hormonal imbalance can cause of a pimple on chin. These tend to show up a few days before you are due to start a period, and disappears once your period is over.

What to do:

  • Reduce the habit of eating before bedtime
  • Eat more fresh vegetables and fruits
  • Have enough sleep
  • Get more rest
  • Minimum 20 minutes exercise every day
  • Massage your body
  • Sleep early and wake up early
  • Being proper hygiene
  • Stop eating spicy, sugary and oily foods



Acne On Lips:


Acne on lip area or shoulders indicates problems with the digestive system. Have you ever noticed indigestion, constipation or intestinal colic?

Include extra food fiber containing in your diet. Take a cup of green tea after each meal.


What to do:

  • Eat more fiber foods
  • Include more fresh vegetables and  fruits in your daily routine diet
  • Eat less fried spicy foods
  • Try to change toothpaste.
  • Massage daily abdomen spot in a clockwise motion.



Acne On Forehead:

acne on forehead


Acne on your forehead could be caused by a toxin build up, Most likely related to lack of water and poor digestion. Pimples/acne on the forehead or over the eyebrow means that intestines are struggling. Your diet is probably dominated by red meat, fats, or soft drinks. Your body is having trouble get rid of extra toxins.

The overactive mind is also the cause of a pimple on the forehead.


What to do:

  • Drinking water helps in eliminating toxins from your body. So drink more water in daily routine.
  • Reduce the quantity caffeinated drinks and soft drinks in your daily routine. Also includes herbal tea, especially green tea!
  • Eat less chocolate, cakes, coke, lemonade, drink more mineral water. Consume foods that help to remove toxins from the body: baked apples and boiled cabbage.
  • Go to bed early and wake up early. Even if you can’t fall asleep. It is also good to relax your body for next day.
  • Exercise daily about  20 – 30 minutes.
  • Wash hair daily routine.



Acne Between Eyebrows:


Acne between the eyebrows usually caused by the overloaded liver. People with pimples between the eyebrows experience heart irregularity, chest tightness. Hair fringe also caused pimples between eyebrows, bacteria accumulation from dirty hair stains the skin.


What to do:

  • Avoid smoking
  • avoid alcohol
  • Sleep more
  • Avoid strenuous exercise



Acne On Hairline:


Acne on hairline caused by the inappropriate and incomplete removal of makeup, hair scalp rare cleanliness or use of hair care products which block pores.


What to do:

  • Wash your hairline twice daily. Keep your skin clean with water and soap can reduce the production of oil from your pores.
  • Exfoliate weekly
  • Shampoo your hair every day. Recommended (medicated shampoo containing salicylic acid).



Acne On Nose:


Weak digestive system. Acne on the nose also linked with your heart. The heart may lack protein and vitamin B.


What to do:

  • Eat less cold food.  Because cold foods cause gastric acid secretion.
  • Eat less meat
  • Eat less pungent food
  • Daily massage area around your nose.
  • Eat food which contains Vitamin B.

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