How to get rid of back acne in a week
Acne is often considered as a condition that only affects teenagers due to hormonal imbalance. However, this is not the case.
Depending on lifestyle choices, back acne can affect both adults and teenagers equally.
It does not choose any particular age, race, sex or geographical location. This type of acne is usually characterized by pimples or blackheads and can be quite painful. It is however possible to treat it.
With strict adherence to certain lifestyle changes, your back acne can become history in just under a week. Here’s how to do it;
1.Drink plenty of water
This is the simplest way to get rid of acne in a week. Water has the ability to flush toxins out of our bodies through either sweating or urination. You should aim for 8 glasses of water per day. By the end of the week you are sure to notice great improvements on your skin’s appearance.
The advantage of this is that it not only works on the acne but your whole body benefits.
2.Wear loosely fitting clothes
Avoid wearing tight or restrictive clothing such as scarves around the back area. You should wear loose clothes made from natural fibers that will allow for air circulation. Restrictive clothing may suffocate the already suffering area of the skin and lead to poor elimination of toxins.
3.Avoid touching your back
As part of your regime, try to avoid constantly touching the affected area or trying to squeeze the pimples. This will further aggravate the situation and worsen the break out. This is especially so if you touch the skin with dirty hands. This will only serve to deposit more germs on the area lead to making the pimples bigger or causing them to multiply at a faster rate.
Eat healthy foods
Eat a healthy balanced diet and avoid junk food. You should aim for foods that are rich in vitamins A, C, D and E. these vitamins are highly beneficial to the skin in that they help the skin to heal faster and regenerate new cells. Therefore as the acne heals, the skin will regenerate at a fast rate and enable the scars to fade quickly. Avoid foods rich in trans-fats such as chocolate and fries.
Observe good hygiene. You should gently clean the affected area twice a day with antibacterial soap. While cleaning, take extra care not to over-scrub the skin as this may lead to further irritation of the skin.