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Home Health Blemish Treatment Lotion -- 4 fl oz


Home Health Blemish Treatment Lotion
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Home Health Blemish Treatment Lotion -- 4 fl oz

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Home Health Blemish Treatment Lotion Description

  • Salicylic Acid
  • For the Treatment of Bleminsh, Pimples, and Blackheads
  • Paraben Free

This Blemish Treatment Lotion is a Salicylic Acid product for the treatment of blemishes, pimples and blackheads. The active ingredient, Salicylic Acid, is combined with a base of natural botanical extracts. Together they create an effective lotion that penetrates pores while drying and helping to clear up blemishes, allowing the skin to heal. You can count on Home Health to deliver the natural health products you family deserves.


Directions

  • Cleanse the skin thoroughly before applying this medication.
  • Cover the entire affected area with a thin layer one to three times daily. Because excessive drying of the skin may occur, start with one application daily, then gradually increase to two or three times daily if needed or as directed by a physician.
  • If bothersome dryness or peeling occurs, reduce application to once a day or every other day.
Free Of
Parabens, mineral oil, petroleum, artificial color, artificial fragrance, animal products, gluten, phthalates, DEAs, GMOs or animal testing.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Ingredients: Active Ingredient: Salicylic Acid 0.5%.
Other Ingredients: Aqua (deionized water), arginine, bixa cretana (annatto) seed extract, camphor, eucalyptus globulus oil, gluconolactone, hamamelis virginiana (witch hazel) distillate, hydrocotyl extract, lavandula angustifolia (lavender) oil, leucine, lysine, melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) leaf oil, menthol, polysorbate 20, propylene glycol, SD alcohol 40, sodium benzoate, spiraea ulmaria (meadowsweet) extract, tyrosine, valine.
Warnings

For external use only.

When using this product

  • Avoid contact with eyes. If contact occurs, immediately flush with water.
  • Using other topical blemish medications at the same time or immediately following use of this product may increase dryness or irritation of the skin. If this occurs, only one medication should be used unless directed by a doctor
  • Stop use and ask a doctor if skin sensitivity occurs.
  • If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.

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If You Have Acne, This is What Your Diet Should Look Like

Many of us are aware of the link between what we eat and the health of vital organs such as the heart and liver. However, diet is often overlooked as a contributor to the health of our largest organ – our skin! While acne has many causes and treatments, making some dietary tweaks can help lessen the condition’s severity and improve the overall health of your skin. Consult this guide for an overview of which foods and nutrients have acne-fighting power -- and which ones you should steer clear of -- to achieve your best complexion ever.

Woman in Pink Dress Holding Woven Bowl Filled With Blueberries as Part of Her Acne Diet | Vitacost.com/blog

Food for clear skin 

1. Probiotics

Research continues to demonstrate a link between gut health and everything from weight loss to immunity, so it’s not surprising that a healthy gut has been found to help support clearer skin. It’s important to maintain healthy levels of “good bacteria” – while keeping “bad bacteria” (which may be linked to increased acne) at bay – to promote gut health. Consuming probiotic-rich foods is one way to do this.

Fill your plate:  Sauerkraut, kimchi, kombucha, kefir, miso and yogurt are all good sources of probiotics.

2. Antioxidants

Antioxidants are beneficial compounds found in a variety of foods. They work to negate the harmful effects of free radicals, which are harmful molecules produced during normal body processes but also as a result of exposure to UV sunlight, pollution and smoke. Research suggests that antioxidants play a role in reducing inflammation in the body and thereby they may help promote the health of our skin.

Fill your plate: Choose a variety of colorful produce including red, yellow and orange peppers, blueberries and dark leafy greens.

3. Unsaturated fat

This healthy type of fat plays a part in the proper absorption of vitamins A, D, E and K, while also providing anti-inflammatory benefits that can improve skin health.

Fill your plate: Great sources of unsaturated fat include salmon, hemp seeds, nuts and avocado.

4. Zinc

An essential mineral, zinc is important for overall skin health and acne prevention. Zinc is responsible for regulating oil production in the skin and helps control some of the hormones related to acne.  

Fill your plate: Boost your zinc intake by adding lentils, mushrooms, whole grains and chickpeas to your diet.

Foods to avoid for acne improvement

1. Caffeine

Drinking coffee can be a part of a healthy diet; however, overconsumption of caffeine, whether it’s consumed as coffee, tea or soda, can exacerbate existing acne. Excess caffeine also increased stress hormones that can play a role in the appearance of acne.

Try this instead: Enjoy a cup of herbal tea as part of your morning routine.

2. Added sugar

Desserts such as cake, cookies and ice cream are delicious, but eating too many sweets on a regular basis could trigger an increase in acne. Added sugar should be limited to no more than 25 grams per day for women and 38 grams per day for men. Less is always gbetter, but going above this limit may aggravate skin issues.

3. Refined/processed foods

Consuming foods that are low in fiber and high in carbohydrates – think: white pasta, white rice, potato chips and other packaged foods – contributes to acne. These foods often cause spikes in blood sugar which can impact hormones linked to acne breakouts.

4. Dairy 

While dairy is a great source of calcium and protein, for some, this food group can lead to complications with skin. The hormones naturally found in dairy foods make them a common acne culprit.

Skin health is a complex issue and cannot be attributed to any one thing. However, just as overeating can make us feel sluggish, it’s easy to see how what we eat on a daily basis could manifest itself in the clarity of our skin. Making some small dietary changes could have a positive impact on your health and help you to achieve a healthy, glowing complexion.

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