Digestive Enzymes Clearing Acne

13 Feb

The causation of acne has not been pin pointed to an exact source. There are so many factors that contribute to it; there are even different types of acne. Age, gender, hormones, diet, genetics, even environment, all have and could have an effect on different skin types. However, it is known that all acne is a disorder of the pilosebaceous unit, which is made up of a hair follicle, sebaceous gland, and a hair. These units are found everywhere on the body except on the palms, soles, top of the feet, and lower lip. The number of these units is of greatest abundance on the face, upper neck, and chest. The sebaceous glands produce a substance called sebum, which is responsible for keeping the skin and hair moisturized. These glands are enlarged during adolescence and produce more sebum under the influence of hormones, also called androgens. After about age twenty, sebum production decreases. Thankfully! But… Some of us just can’t shake those dreaded blemishes, even after all the home remedies, prescription, and store bought topical creams, changing up the diet, etcetera. It is also believed that acne may be linked to certain undigested foods, mainly proteins and fats, as well as toxins in the body. Though there are multiple remedies and actions one could take to get their skin problems under control, an uncommon treatment could include taking digestive enzymes. Floracor-Gi and DigeSEB are both digestive enzymes manufactured in Southern California. They are both enteric coated, which means they survive and pass through the highly acidic stomach into the small and large intestines, where they are then absorbed. Floracor-GI acts as a probiotic and candida cleanse, recolonizing microflora, and supporting nutrient absorption. DigeSEB-GI is an enzyme that is useful for overall digestive health. These supplements combined with an adequate diet could possibly help decrease the severity or even eliminate the blemishes all together.





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