This is a skin problem in which there is excessive activity of the sebaceous glands, usually occurring in face, chest and back. The eruption is the result of an infection of the sebaceous gland and hair follicle. This is due to hormonal imbalances that usually occur in puberty and menopause.

Because of that the pores excess fat clogs, it makes forming so-called "shins", which just forming grains or abscesses as a result of infections by bacteria.

The acne can be mild or severe when there are boils, scars and very open pores. That acne ciliary appearing on the free edges of the eyelids, acne vulgaris which is a chronic and is the most commonly found in face, chest and back as already mentioned, and finally acne rosacea, which is inflammatory in nature, appearing in the form of pustules and dilated capillaries of the cheeks and nose. In severe cases extends even to the chin and forehead.

The reason that some people have acne and others do not, as well as hygiene, is a hormone, eating habits, etc..


One of the most common causes acne is caused by poor diet. The constant consumption of sausage, white flour, candy, fried meat and carries an impoverishment of blood which is charged impurities, which expelled the agency through various means including the pores appear acne.

Poor hygiene also influences.

Likewise, anxiety and stress influence these disorders.


In acne should avoid coffee, white sugar, chocolate and cakes, white bread, white grain, animal fats, milk, strong cheeses, sausages, salt, soft drinks, alcohol, snuff and all kinds of oily and fatty foods.

Eat vegetables and fresh vegetables.

Eat fresh fruit juice or natural weather

Do not abuse their milk.

Not long endurance evacuations monitor constipation.

Perform physical exercise every day. Seek stroll through the countryside.

Limpiarse well with water thyme face after cleansing skin.

Clean the face with a soap that contains sulfur. In the evenings apply gel containing a minimum of 5% of benzyl peroxide.

Do not use cosmetics or creams fats, as well as medicines with iodide or bromide.

Remove sugar. Make diet high in fiber.

Reduce consumption of fats. Avoid foods with high content of trans fatty such as milk, margarine and hydrogenated vegetable oils.

Avoid fried foods. Remove soft drinks.

Prudence with foods that contain iodine.

Take herbal teas depuratives of blood. (Queue horse nettle, zarzaparrilla, Fumaria, dandelion, birch,) Check if you are allergic to any medicine.

Do not take more than a glass of milk a day. Take four cups cucumber juice per day at critical times since purifies the blood and lymphatic system.

Nutrients that benefit:

Vitamin A reduces the reproduction of tallow, but must be taken in moderation. The beta-carotene is present in fruits and vegetables and is very appropriate as it transforms into vitamin A.

Vitamin B6 is effective for outbreaks of acne premenstrual

Folic acid is beneficial in many cases.

The selenium with vitamin E often stabilizes the level of Glutathione peroxidase.

Chromium increases the level of glucose tolerance and increases insulin sensitivity.

The zinc is very important in healing, inflammation and tissue regeneration.

The pure linseed oil but cold pressing is a good source of omega-3 fatty acids, like cold water fish and green vegetables.

Carrot, cabbage and parsley: sources of beta-carotene

Kale, spinach and green pepper: Sources of vitamin B6

Spinach, cabbage and beet leaves: sources of folic acid

Beet, turnip and orange: sources of selenium

Spinach, asparagus and carrots: sources of vitamin E

Potatoes, green pepper and apple: Sources of chromium

Ginger root, parsley and carrots: Sources of zinc

Juices of green vegetable sources of omega-3 fatty acids