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How to Get Rid Of Acne
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Unfortunately, few people survive their teen years without suffering at least an occasional acne break-out. For many, acne continues into their adult years, causing embarrassment and prompting the sufferer to search the cosmetic counters for means to cover the spots. Take some tips from the pros when you want to get rid of those spots, at least temporarily.

1. Wash your face, neck and hairline once or twice daily. Wash gently by rubbing your fingertips in a circular motion and rinse with lukewarm water.

2. Fill a clean pitcher with filtered water. You can use a Brita water filter. You don't want to put straight tap water on your acne areas because of all the pollutants that are in regular tap water.

3. Try drinking green tea to naturally get rid of acne. Green tea has been known to fight bacteria and improve over-all health. It has very strong antioxidant content to clean out the body and many healing properties. Green tea can be taken in pill form or powder form.

4. However, it is my hope that in an attempt to reach out to such patients, in writing this article, maybe they could be led down the path of finding a cure for themselves and with natural, in-expensive and common sense methods.

5. If your acne problem is particularly severe and the only way as to how to get rid of acne requires specific prescribed medications such as antibiotics, you'll need to go to a dermatologist. However, most acne problems can be cleared up with over-the-counter preparations. Those that contain benzyl peroxide are very effective; simply apply these creams to clean, dry skin, and you should see acne problems begin to clear up right away.

6. Sleeping enough and avoiding stress is important when it comes to how to get rid of acne, too. Acne can be exacerbated by stress and by lack of sleep, so getting enough of both will help ensure that you can get rid of the acne you've got it and keep it from coming back once it's gone.