3 Important Tips to Help You Get Rid of Acne Permanently

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Copyright (c) 2008 Steve Dimeck

Acne is a problem to millions of people, but no one seems to know the reason why they show up and how to remove them permanently. Of course there are tons of books about it and advice from everywhere.

And the skin care companies will remain happy for as long as you and millions of other people suffer from acne. In their words their products are always unique and the next best thing to help you remove your acne. The hype can’t get better than that to get your money.

What they don’t tell you is that even if their products work to a point, you will always have to depend on them because those products only work on the surface without solving the problem.

Of course, you can use one product until your body develops immunity to it and then you’re off to another product, and another, and so on. That’s how you get into the vicious circle insuring the wealth of the skin care industry.

Let’s get to the bottom of the problem and solve it permanently.

Tip 1: Why do you get acne?


Your skin is a third kidney. The toxic waste that your two kidneys cannot remove from your body it gets removed through your skin. What toxic waste you might ask?

From your junky diet you dump into your body enormous amounts of chemicals, toxic metals, recycled nuclear waste, and other poisons. In order for you to stay alive, your body has to remove it out from somewhere.

Since your kidneys cannot outdo you (you dump more than they can remove), your body gets it out from your skin. In this process, oil, bacteria, dead skin cells, and toxic waste get caught into the follicle and inflammation occurs – a pimple is produced.

One thing is not known though. Why from two people with same junky diet, one will get pimples and one will not? Perhaps it could be each individual’s kidney function.

Tip 2: What influences how much acne you have?

First of all it’s your diet. But the most important is the sodium level in your body. If you have a high sodium diet (over 3,000 mg a day) you will have m

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