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Acne treatments that work – Give your body the tools to heal your skin.

What you will need: Organic Turmeric Organic Oats Bentonite Clay Activated Charcoal Organic olive oil or coconut oil Organic whole foods Filtered water Blender Coffee Grinder Shower/faucet…

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msisajewel says:

Wow great tips!! As someone who has acne-prone skin (I healed it last year
doing a lot of things mentioned here), but I just want to say that you have
to see what oil works for you personally. For me olive oil and coconut oil
were really not the best with my oily skin. But almond oil and grapeseed
oil work great for oil cleansing once a week and I moisturize nightly with
rosehip oil. I found that organic apple cider vinegar on a cotton pad
takes off all my makeup and I use coconut oil to remove eye makeup only.
So I wipe down my face with ACV morning and night. At night after
removing my makeup, I make a scrub of white sugar and honey to grab any
other traces of makeup and then put the rosehip oil all over my face. This
has worked fantastically for me and I never thought I would have clear skin
with no meds! Do watch your diet like she said. Gluten, refined sugars
and dairy are huge allergens. I cut dairy completely and I occasionally
have wheat and refined sugars, but dairy was my trigger. Keep a food diary
and find out what your trigger is.

deeley anya says:

some people recommend raw organic honey as a facial cleanser, would you
recommend this? it has a high GI, but you aren’t ingesting it…. 

greattings says:

Hey. .like the vids….would u have any info about natural psoriasis and
eczema treatments

greattings says:

Hey, would you have any info. on psoriasis treatments.

rayva1 says:

My ayurvedic dosha indicates that I’m suppose to reduce or avoid uncooked
veggies.

Colorful Canary says:

You’re very welcome 🙂

Colorful Canary says:

Yes dairy is pretty nasty when you’re an acne sufferer for sure. Apple
cider is a great astringent! 🙂

showmewhatchugot210 says:

Hey guys! I’ve also been struggling with acne and what i have been doing
has actually helped me 🙂 Just wanna let you guys know that you can also
use 100 aloe gel as a moisturizer! Make sure you purchase the leaf tho and
cut each piece right before you use it so that it is fresh. I will try to
make a youtube video to show my results and to help out the community!
Colorful Canary you are awesome and have taught me many things 🙂

Ina NG says:

Thanks, that’s very helpful! I will give your method a try as soon as I can
find some of the ingredients 🙂 Have a nice day

Shruffle Love says:

Raw organic unfiltered apple cider has been a near miracle for me, and my
teenager. We use a 50/50 mix with spring water. I add some lavender
essential oil, and some grapefruit to try and mask the smell. I was
diagnosed with moderately severe acne, and I am clear now from this, and
from cutting out dairy. For those of you who read this, don’t give up!
Licorice root extract is amazing for lightening the scars too. Took 5 days
to see a huge difference.

ynanahi says:

Thank you very much for this video. I appreciate it.

Colorful Canary says:

While EWG is a good basic tool for filtering out the worst chemicals, they
still don’t take into account if a product has pesticide residue, chemical
residue from processing and GMO’s. If you have acne or a skin condition I
strongly recommend you make your own organic cleanser. It’s very important
to always read the ingredients…

Erin Christine says:

I started oil cleansing recently, and I find it to be a valid treatment for
skin cleansing. Love it! I think for me though, the major issues are with
diet.. Do you eat dairy at all?

KLC8158 says:

Hello, this was a very helpful video. I am in my 50s and still have acne!
Moving into a primarily raw food diet has helped a lot, but I still ‘cheat’
and the acne has not gone away completely. I am still learning what foods
affect my skin, but it most definitely is the food I eat and all these
years I didn’t realize the extent to which this is true! I look forward to
trying your skin scrub treatment. P.S., I found you through one of my
faves, Ka Sundance; re: dental issues.

Shruffle Love says:

I read on a huge forum that the oil that gets the most positive feedback
for NOT breaking you out is sunflower. 🙂

Ina NG says:

Thank you, it’s a great video! I know you say to give up facial products,
but what do you think of brands like Simple, who according to EWG’s
SkinDeep Cosmetics database are low hazard products?

KLC8158 says:

Thank you, Colorful Canary!

Colorful Canary says:

Lightly cooked is fine as well actually you can heat to 118 and still be
raw, but if cooked is best for you then incorporate as much lightly cooked
fruits and veggies as possible 🙂

Colorful Canary says:

Acne can be a hard one to cope with, but it’s just the bodies’ way of
detoxing for some people, kidney and liver function, keeping them clean
with plenty of clean water is essential, I hope my cleanser works well for
you, please note it’s not a scrub, if you grind the oats to a fine flour
it’s a very nice gentle creamy cleanser 🙂

Colorful Canary says:

Here’s whats in Simple Refreshing facial wash gel: Water (Aqua, Eau),
Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Propylene Glycol, Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose,
Panthenol, Disodium EDTA, Sodium Hydroxymethylglycinate …Aside from
water, everything here is synthetic…While maybe not considered the *most*
dangerous by EWG it certainly is not healthy or beneficial in any way in my
opinion.

Colorful Canary says:

Interesting. 🙂

Shruffle Love says:

It buffs off the top layer like an alpha-hydroxy acid. I know this sounds
bad, but it kind of burns and crumples pimples off your face. I spray it on
my back, no need to rub, and now my back is crystal clear. Who would have
thought. 🙂

Colorful Canary says:

If you have severe acne I would suggest to avoid all dairy until it’s
completely clear, if you have mild acne and can source raw dairy products
then small amounts of a good quality raw cheese, yogurt or kefir should not
hurt. Best not to use any dairy replacements either especially soy based
ones. Just organic fruits, veggies, filtered water, and small amounts of
pastured light meats, fish & eggs.

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