Cut Dairy Out Of Diet For Clear Skin

My daily mood was determined by the number of zits on my chin each morning. My skincare journey has been a tough one but we are almost there. It feels good to leave the house with no makeup which would not have happened a few months ago. Am very much in tune with my skin I know her she {my skin that is}.

The journey of good skin starts with getting to know your skin. Yes, we get the advice of blogs, videos, and all other forms media but once I realize that skin is part of your genetics acne and no skincare problems can’t be solved with a 3 step formula. I’ve even done the natural thing like washing my face with honey and coconut oil every day. Changing my pillowcase, drink so much water you would think I could develop some gills. Took vitamin’s very morning did the very thing you are told to do to get good skin.

Ask me. I was suffering from hormonal acne for a good part of my 20’s and so was my mom at that age. So, of course, I asked her how she solved it and she said it got better when she had children. Now that’s not I wanted to here.

So I did my research and tried so my products on my face just to figure out what would work for me. My problem was on the inside. Good skin begins within. The solution’s to all my problem was a mistake I keep on doing every morning and very coffee break at work. Adding milk to my coffee.

‘’The rise in androgen levels can trigger a process of higher sebum production, changes in skin cell activity, inflammation, and colonization of the hair follicles by bacteria known as Propionibacterium acnes (P. acnes). This can lead to acne.’’

Eliminating dairy from your diet can improve skin texture and tone and improve skin conditions like acne and rosacea. Now the joys of dealing with my weight issues instead of consuming full cream milk I opted for the slim milk thinking it would be good for my health …and was I wrong. Skim milk causes the most skin issues because of the whey protein, hormones, and sugars in it.

This may differ from one person to the other but for me, milk is the devil. I did try to drink milk abgin thing my skin is cured. It will take about two to three weeks to see a change in your skin if you decide to remove dairy from your diet.

Now am sure you are wondering what do I eat well I was by gods graces that am not a dairy fan. Today, even though my skin is still far from perfect—occasional flare-ups still occur!—I at least know what the main culprit is.