Most people think that acne is ‘just’ a common skin problem that can be easily tackled away or gotten rid off easily. Well, you can say that to people who have been combating acne for as long as they live and see how they react to that statement. You see, for some people, acne isn’t just a skin problem; it is THE problem that they have tried to deal with, but somehow they fail miserably. Lots of people are willing to spend thousands of dollars only to be disappointed that none of the methods they try really work. Well, if acne is your problem, you may want to try different juice recipes for acne – trying to fight off the issue from within.
You see, you need daily servings of important minerals and vitamins that won’t only keep you healthy and well, but also fight off the acne naturally. You can always try different medications, but I don’t think it is the best answer for long-term setting. Moreover, consuming the juices won’t only heal the acne naturally and healthily from within, but improve your condition in overall retrospect. You certainly want healthier and softer hair with clearer and more glowing skin when the acne is eliminated, don’t you?
Spicy Sweet Potato
It may not seem like the ordinary recipe, with sweet potato being mixed with the carrots. However, both carrots and sweet potato is filled with vitamin A, the acne fighting vitamin. Sweet potato is rich in phytochemicals, very effective substance to boost immunity and fight off cancer, while carrots are rich in vitamin A, which is good for your eyesight. The spicy taste from the ginger will make nausea go away; plus, it is good for your immune system. Combine 2 sweet potatoes, 4 carrots, and half inch of ginger. If you want to add another spice, add cinnamon to make the flavor spark.
The Kale Whale
If you are into green veggies, this is the perfect punch for you. But if you aren’t, it takes a while to get used to the flavor. In the end, you will like the fresh and yummy sensation of cucumber, kale, and parsley combined. Carrots and kale are rich in vitamin A, and when you add the apple, it adds the natural sweetness to the mix. Don’t peel the cucumber and the peel since they are packed with folate, calcium, phosphorus, iron, potassium, and also antioxidants. The whole mix is packed with vitamin C and A. simply throw in a cucumber, an apple, 3 carrots, half bunch of parsley, and a cup of kale into the blender or juicer, and have it a go. If you want to serve it cold, leave it a while in the refrigerator.
The Coco Splash
Coconut water is refreshing and also tasty. This recipe isn’t only good for acne, but it is also yummy and tasty. The cantaloupe is rich in vitamin A, while coconut water is packed with micro and macro elements, like calcium, iron, potassium, cuprum, natrium, phosphorus, magnesium, and sulfur. Simply mix a glass of coconut water and one half of cantaloupe (peeled), and you can enjoy this refreshing drink right away.
The Green Lemonade
It is a basically classic juice with a little bit of veggie infusion. The cucumber is great for refreshment, while kale is rich in vitamin A and also B2, which is responsible for reducing stress. When you stress out, the more acne you will get. Lemons are filled with vitamin C and antioxidants, the natural vitamin for the skin that will brighten up your complexion. Peel off two lemons, add two peeled cucumbers, and 3 kale leaves. If you want to add the minty freshness, add mint, and you are good to go!
The Important Ingredients
If you want to combat acne from within, you want to have these substances within your daily juices:
• Vitamin C, which is ascorbic acid. It is a type of antioxidant that will improve the strength of body’s connective tissue as well as helping to heal wounds. It is also packed with all the good stuffs to boost your immune system as well as helping combating free radicals that cause early aging, health problems, and deteriorating skin conditions. You can find vitamin C in oranges, strawberries, kiwis, mangoes, and peppers. • Vitamin A, which is retinol. It is fat soluble vitamin that is very handy to prevent infections as well as improving skin health. You can find it in carrots, mangoes, broccoli, sweet potatoes, papaya, and spinach. • Beta carotene, a potent antioxidant and mostly found in orange or red veggies and fruits. • Antioxidants, which are powerful and important disease fighters. Veggies and fruits with darker colors – like purple, blue, or red ones – generally have higher level of antioxidants • Vitamin E and K, which are the important vitamins for the skin. They help reducing scarring as well as boosting healing and recovery process. It is mostly found in green leafy veggies. • Zinc, which helps acne by repairing the tissue, soothing the irritation on the skin, and reducing the production of sebum. You can find from raspberries, blackberries, Swiss chard, and pomegranates. • Sulfur, which is important to fight off acne. It is generally found in papaya, tomatoes, watermelon, broccoli, pineapple, and kale. • Copper, which helps renewing and repairing the skin collagen, mostly found in kale, kiwi fruit, mango, and blackberries. • Calcium, which soothes the skin and renew the skin cells. It is mostly found in broccoli and other green leafy veggies. • Magnesium, which is important to balance out the hormone. It is found in green leafy veggies and spinach
• It is crucial that you choose organic materials that are healthier – not to mention that you need to consider the pesticide factor. • Juicing is good, but everything has its own limit. Taking too much juice isn’t good for your health either, as it may affect your digestive system or even will make your acne problem get worse. • Always consult your doctor. Learn about your condition and how you can incorporate healthy juicing in the right and proper manner. It will also reduce any health risks and side effects.