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Acne Programs and Resources



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In addition to the opportunity to work with me one on one, I have also created several online programs and resources to help you along your acne healing journey. This section is designed to help you heal your skin, and yourself. Take a look and find a program that resonates with you.

Not sure where to start? Click here to take the Acne Culprit Quiz to find out what is causing your acne and receive a personalized treatment plan.

Cut Out Food Culprits

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An overall healthy diet goes a long, long way to achieving clear skin. There usually is no single right or wrong food for skin health, with a few exceptions. Sugar, dairy and gluten have been shown to exacerbate acne.

If you consume any of these more than once or twice a week, it can be worthwhile to cut them from your diet to see how your skin reacts. If that sounds like it may be difficult, click the button below.

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Handle Stress, Heal Acne

In times of stress, the body undergoes a chain reaction of hormonal fluctuations. Cortisol increases blood sugar, which increases insulin, which leads to free androgens in the system. Androgens stimulate skin cell growth and oil production, and are the main hormonal contributor to acne.

Do not underestimate how beneficial stress management can be for your skin.

If you want to ease the stress in your life, and heal your skin in the process, click the button below.

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Feel Better, Heal Better

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Anxiety and insecurity causes us stress. Stress releases cortisol and other hormones in the body that, for acne prone people affect skin cell growth and sebum production, and increase inflammation, resulting in breakouts.

Worrying about acne can quite literally cause acne.

If you want to feel happier, lighter and more at ease, so you can enjoy life fully and see the benefits in your skin, click the button below.

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Workout Against Breakouts

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Exercise increases antioxidants in your system. Antioxidants are like firefighters that can help fight inflammation. Exercise also improves circulation, helping to better deliver nutrients to your skin cells. Not to mention that exercise makes you feel better. It can help your body process stress and make you feel good.

Do not underestimate how beneficial exercise can be for your skin.

If you aren’t moving enough, it’s time get going. Click the button below to find out how to get more exercise into your life.

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Digestion and Your Acne

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Have you ever heard of the gut-skin axis? There is a strong connection between the health of your insides and the health of your skin. Many people see improvement in their skin as they work to improve their digestion.

If you have tummy aches, indigestion, heartburn, constipation, diarrhea or other gut problems frequently I recommend focusing on healing these issues.

To receive more information on what you can do for your digestion, click the button below.

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Taking Care of Your Skin

Do you over cleanse? Scrub your skin? Use products that burn, peel, or dry out your skin?

Taking proper care of acne prone skin is important, but it can’t be whipped into shape with products. The products and methods you use to care for your skin need to promote healing – not fight oil and acne.

To receive more information about how to take care of acne prone skin, click on the button below.

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