Nearly everyone suffers from a pimple outbreak at some point in life.Acne occurs commonly in the face but it also occurs on the neck,chest,shoulders,upper arms and back.The name is derived from the Greek word ‘aknos’ which means skin eruption.According to experts,it is ‘A skin condition characterized by red pimples on the skin,especially on the face,due to inflamed or infected sebaceous glands and is prevalent chiefly among adolescents.’ It is caused by hormonal changes or bacteria.
Why vitamin D can help cure acne.
Although acne remains largely a curse of adolescence,about 20% of all cases occur in adults.Acne commonly starts during puberty between the ages of 10 and 13 and tends to be worse in people with oily skin.Teenage acne usually lasts for five to 10 years,normally going away during the early 20s.It occurs in both sexes,although teenage boys tend to have the most severe cases. Women are more likely than men to have mild to moderate forms into their 30s and beyond.
Contrary to popular belief,acne isn't caused by a harmful diet,poor hygiene,or an uncontrolled sex drive.
The simple truth is that heredity and hormones are behind most forms of acne.Swearing off chocolate or scrubbing your face 10 times a day won't change your predisposition to this unsightly,sometimes painful,and often embarrassing skin problem.There are many home remedies and treatments to cure acne but we cannot be 100% sure it will be effective.
Firstly, what is natural source of Vitamin D?
Our very own sunlight. It it's nature's cure for all our ailments. What is unknown to us is that it helps in treatment of acne. It has anti-inflammatory properties and it is a germ warrior. That's why our ancestors advised us to rise up early and spend more time in the sun.
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