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GENTLE ACNE SOLUTIONS

GENTLE ACNE SOLUTIONS


GENTLE ACNE SOLUTIONS
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Acne happens to a lot of people at some point in their lives. It’s ok and it can be managed gently with some lifestyle changes and a correct topical treatment. 

Breakouts  usually appear as signals from your body that something is not quite in balance. It takes time to develop acne, so the right solution to heal it will take time as well. Accept this first, take a deep breath and let’s journey through it. 
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WHERE TO START?
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Your skin is part of your body and so the healing has to be holistic, not just on top of your skin. Diet and lifestyle should always be the first things you address on your journey to heal acne. 
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DIET
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Eat gentle, nourishing foods that are easy to digest. Include hot soups in your diet, they are nourishing, full of electrolytes and they keep your systems flowing. 
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Don’t eat too much dairy. It’s hard to digest and often contains hormones which can lead to some of the imbalances in the body.  Don’t cut out dairy completely as it’s also healthy. It’s all about not overdoing things. 
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Exclude added sugars from your diet. A piece of pie here and there is amazing and nourishing for the spirit, but if you’re a soda drinker and candy bar master, please drop these habits if you can! Instead, enjoy some berries or fruit, they are hydrating and full of vitamins.
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LIFESTYLE
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Don't touch your face with dirty hands or at all, unless you're washing it or applying products. 
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Change sheets and towels often. 
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 Reduce stress.  Take conscious moments of rest daily. Meditate. Listen to music. Draw. 
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Go for walks or do light exercise you enjoy. We’re not talking about sweating at the gym. Move in a way that gives you joy.
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Connect with people, do something nice for someone. Generosity is transformative,  it brings a smile to your face, lifts your spirits and releases healing endorphins. 
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Everything is connected, your physical and mental well being will reflect in your skin. So start from the inside.
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TOPICAL TREATMENTS
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So, you’ve begun to improve your lifestyle and diet and working on healing from the inside, which is great not just for your skin but your entire body! 

But your skin is still exposed to external factors, like bacteria, pollution and sweat. How can you make sure you protect yourself from the outside forces?
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Use products with ~gentle~ formulas that address
the following goals:
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- gently remove dead skin cells
- deliver antibacterial and antiviral nutrients
- reduce inflammation
-repair damaged tissues
- balance oil production
- hydrate with light, easily absorbed ingredients 
 
 
Here is how
Nightly Calibrator and T-Zone + Cheek 
work together to heal acne:
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This very special formula gently dissolves dead skin cells with a mild acid mixture. Dead skin cells is what bacteria feed on on top of your skin. So the more dead skin cells you have the more bacteria will multiply. 
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The Reishi and Shiitake Mushrooms are known for their anti-inflammatory powers. They also contain beta-glucans, deeply penetrating molecules that attract moisture to the skin, rehydrating and repairing the outer barrier. This strengthens and heals the skin, so if you've already had some damage from acne, these nutrients will repair the damaged tissue. 
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Elderberry Extract in Nightly Calibrator has Anti-inflammatory and antiviral properties that make it a great acne fighter.  It is rich in flavonoids,  that help prevent damage to the skin cells.
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The antibacterial dandelion and turmeric extracts purify pores and keep oil production under control. 
Hydrolyzed elastin, hyaluronic acid, lentil extract and plum kernel oil work together to deeply hydrate and lock in moisture. 
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Red algae, sea kelp, watermelon and apple extracts repair damaged tissue and reduce inflammation.  
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Using these products together will help you achieve all the goals for topical acne healing ...gently!
Lots of love,
Navinka Team
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