The Very ROOT Cause of Acne is 2 Things and 2 Things Only…
Hormonal imbalance combined with very particular congesting toxins that buildup in your blood and lymph fluid.
Let me explain…
Hormones are chemical messengers your body uses to send messages back and forth between organs and cells telling them what to do.
In regards your acne, androgenic hormones tell your skin’s oil glands just how much sebum or skin oil to be “spitting out”.
If you get too many of these androgenic hormones floating around then your skin’s oil glands go into overdrive producing way too much sebum.
But, that’s certainly isn’t the whole story…
Don’t you know people with oily skin yet do NOT have acne? Ever wonder why?
The reason is you won’t get acne until you mix excess sebum or skin oil with a particular kind of highly congesting blood and lymph toxins.
This mixture of excess skin oil and sebum and highly congesting blood toxins creates the perfect “breeding environment” in and on your skin for acne bacteria to grow like crazy… causing redness, inflammation, swelling, puss, clogged pores, and finally full blown acne.
You see it’s not bacteria that cause acne, but the environment that’s created in and on your skin that causes the trouble. And no matter how many acne bacteria killers you try acne bacteria will always return until you correct the underlying cause of acne.
It’s the combination of androgenic hormonal imbalance and these particular blood toxins that are the cause of acne.
The MISSING Piece to the Acne Mystery
But that’s not the whole story… here is where it gets interesting… Your body has regulatory mechanisms to keep everything in balance. When something gets out of balance (homeostasis) these regulatory mechanisms kick in to bring everything back into balance.
Well, your body has the same mechanisms to keep hormones in balance.
If your hormones get out of balance then they kick in… quickly clearing any excess hormones from your blood and lymph tissues IF they are working efficiently… preventing the root cause of acne from ever developing.
How does this happen?
What actually happens is your blood and lymph fluid carries these excess hormones to your liver. Your liver “deactivates” them by adding another piece to them.
Think of hormones as keys and hormone receptors as key holes. Your liver deactivates excess hormones by adding another piece to them so they don’t “fit” into any hormone receptors “key holes”.
After they are deactivated then they are excreted from your system.
In addition to that, it’s also you’re liver’s job to “cleanse” your blood of toxins. It’s kinda like the oil filter on a car. It filters all the bad gunk out of your blood.
So you can begin to see why this liver/hormonal regulatory mechanism is so important for the understanding of the cause of acne.
The Difference Between Someone Who Suffers From Acne and Someone Who Does Not
The difference between you and your friend with perfect skin isn’t because they eat a different diet, or take different vitamins, or have a different skin care regimen… nothing like that. The difference is they are never “overflowing” their system with excess androgenic hormones and blood toxins.
Their liver is quickly deactivating and clearing from their blood any excess and/or previously “used” androgenic hormones and blood toxins. They have much stronger liver function in this regard.
Why You Suffer From Acne Most During Puberty
Think about it… Why do you suffer from acne most during puberty…?
Your liver only has so much capacity to deactivate and clear excess and previously used hormones and blood toxins from your system at any one time.
And while growing up you can weaken your liver in this aspect. Then what happens when you hit puberty? …A SURGE of androgenic hormones course through your system all at once.
This would be o.k. if your liver function was strong. It would quickly clear excess and previously used hormones from your system.
But if it’s not working up to par, then it gets overwhelmed… kinda like overflowing a bucket. Once your “liver bucket” overflows your blood becomes loaded with excess and used androgenic hormones and blood toxins.
Why Women Suffer From Acne Most During Their Monthly Cycle
During your monthly cycle for you who are women your body is producing all kinds of extra hormones at this time. Yet your liver still only has so much ability to deactivate and clear any excess and used hormones from your system.
So your cycle roles around and your liver gets flooded with all these extra hormones at one time… it can’t keep up. The end result is the same… androgenic hormones get out of balance causing the skin’s oil glands to produce way too much sebum and when combined with congesting blood toxins acne flares.
Adult Acne…What’s Going on Here?
O.k. then Mr. Smarty Pants… If hormones and blood toxins are the cause of acne then why do adults get acne? Good question…
The root cause of acne, be it teenage acne, acne that flares during women’s monthly cycles, or adult acne are all the same… hormonal imbalance and excess blood toxins.
But the major difference with adult acne is that it isn’t so much a surge of hormones overwhelming the liver all at once, but more so it’s that the liver’s ability to deactivate “used” and excess hormones from the blood and purify the blood of toxins becomes severely compromised…or slowed down.
The end result is still the same, the liver gets overwhelmed, which leads to excess androgenic hormones and blood toxins which leads to adult acne.
The Secret to Stopping the ROOT Cause of Acne
So how do we get rid of, once and for all? Boy isn’t that the million dollar question. And for years no alternative health practioner, healer, chiropractor, doctor.. you name it that I went to could show me an effective solution.
However, out of sheer determination I finally found the secret that cleared my skin.
So now you know what no doctor, dermatologist, or N.P. knows… you now know the very root cause of acne. Don’t waste your time with any acne medications, drugs, or topical acne treatments because they do NOTHING to directly address and correct the actual cause of acne.