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I tried every routine, kit, formula, process etc. on the market and have spent literally THOUSANDS trying to cure my acne…then I found Keeva’s 3 in 1 kit and my skin is getting better every day. Thank you Keeva

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Spotlight On Hormonal Acne

Spotlight On Hormonal Acne

Are you struggling with hormonal acne? Have you noticed acne flare ups around your menstrual cycle? Perhaps you notice an increase in break outs when you eat a lot of processed food, or go through stress. As the name suggests, hormonal acne is a type of acne that is directed related to your hormones. It can affect people of any age, but it is most common in teenagers and young adults. The symptoms can vary from person to person, but usually include blackheads, whiteheads, and pimples on the face, neck, chest, and back. Hormonal acne is often more severe than other types of acne and can be tricky to treat.

The quickest way to tackle hormonal acne is to first understand the different hormones that contribute to breakouts and balance your hormones from the inside out.

Hormones and Acne

There are a number of hormones that can contribute to acne breakouts, including insulin, testosterone, and cortisol. When any of these hormones are out of balance, it can lead to an increase in sebum production and acne.

Insulin is a hormone that helps the body to process sugar. When you eat foods that are high in sugar, your body releases more insulin. This can cause an increase in sebum production, which can lead to acne.

Testosterone is a hormone that is produced by both men and women. It helps to regulate the production of sebum. When testosterone levels are too high, it can lead to an increase in sebum production and acne.

Cortisol is a stress hormone that is produced by the adrenal glands. When you are stressed, your body releases more cortisol. This can also lead to an increase in sebum production and acne.

The easiest way to start balancing your hormones is to tackle insulin and cortisol first. Reduce or eliminate all processed, sugary foods that will spike your insulin. Instead, focus on filling your plate with lots of wholefoods, the less processed the better! Dark leafy greens like broccoli and spinach do wonder for reducing inflammation. Plus, try to reduce stress as much as you can on a daily basis. Carving out time everyday to do something for yourself, whether that's a walk in nature, 20 minutes with a good book or taking the time to make a wholesome home cooked meal.

If you are still struggling with acne, it may be worth taking a DUTCH test to test your testosterone levels.

How To Balance Your Hormones Naturally

You can also supplement with certain nutrients that have been shown to help balance hormones and reduce acne. This exclusive anti-acne nutritional formula ensures healthy levels of nutrients specifically linked to acne breakouts. When you are deficient in key areas your skin struggles and acne thrives. This supplement helps to maintain optimal levels of the key nutrients that will boost the renewal of healthy skin cells while supporting the elimination function of your digestive system by flushing toxins that otherwise cause acne.

Zinc is an essential mineral that helps with hormone production and balancing. It's also anti-inflammatory and can help to reduce redness. Milk thistle is a herb that helps to support the liver and detoxify the body. It's also anti-inflammatory and supports healthy hormone production. Selenium is a mineral that helps to protect the skin from damage and also supports detoxification. Vitamin B is important for cell reproduction and is also anti-inflammatory. 

Best Skincare For Hormonal Acne

As you are working to balance your hormones from the inside out, it's very important to treat your breakouts topically as well. With the right combination of tea tree oil skincare and an acne supplement, you can start to see results very quickly.

The Acne Kit Bundle is a great way to gently clean your pores without stripping your skin's natural oils. Tea tree oil is a natural antiseptic and antibacterial that helps to kill acne causing bacteria. The face wash is derived from the highest quality essential oils for the ultimate acne-killing cleanser. It penetrates your pores and kills acne to leave your face fresh and clean. The moisturizer is light but very hydrating and helps to keep your skin's natural balance while delivering tea tree oil deep into the pores. Join the community of Keeva Skincare fans today!