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Skin health and hormones


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Excerpt: I eat clean and train hard but my skin doesnít reflect my health. Iíve always kept it clean yet Iím still dealing with the issues of oily skin that breaks out frequently. Anything I can do? I donít want to take chemicals to improve it!

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    Skin health and hormones

    I eat clean and train hard but my skin doesnít reflect my health. Iíve always kept it clean yet Iím still dealing with the issues of oily skin that breaks out frequently. Anything I can do? I donít want to take chemicals to improve it!

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    Re: Skin health and hormones

    Some people are just more oily than others.

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    Are you taking any drugs?
    First off I'd recommend showering frequently. 2-3 times a day.
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    Re: Skin health and hormones

    Might be worth checking with your dermatologist to see if there are any underlying issues. Sometimes things like this can be exacerbated by diet as well.

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    Re: Skin health and hormones

    See a dermatologist

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    Re: Skin health and hormones

    Quote Quote posted by freakedit View Post
    I eat clean and train hard but my skin doesnít reflect my health. Iíve always kept it clean yet Iím still dealing with the issues of oily skin that breaks out frequently. Anything I can do? I donít want to take chemicals to improve it!
    It can happen with hormonal fluctuation. Make sure your estrogen stays in check, and the rest is just general skin care, cleaning, etc.
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