Today My Skin is Healthy and Clear
No matter what your age, suffering from acne on your face or body caused by ingesting gluten and applying it topically to your skin can be devastating. Especially because until you make the connection between gluten and your acne, no other cure can help.
I hear from people almost daily suffering from adult or teenage acne, who suspect that gluten is the culprit. Most have already begun eating a gluten-free diet, but the next key step is going topically gluten-free. And you wouldn’t believe how many people write back after a few weeks or even a few months with the exciting news that their acne has finally cleared up!
Sadly, most dermatologists and skin care professionals have not yet made the connection between topical sources of gluten and acne breakouts. But the good news is that going topically gluten-free really isn’t all that difficult. So if you suspect that gluten is causing your incurable acne, what do you have to lose by trying out a topically gluten-free routine, like our new Anti-Acne Kit for the face and body?
Now let’s look at some of the facts:
- More and more people are making the connection between gluten and their acne every day. This is still a relatively new idea, but even today thousands of people search every month for terms like “gluten and acne.” People are starting to connect the dots and see results in favor of going topically gluten-free.
- I hear from people almost every day who suspect that gluten is causing their acne, and I hear back from those same people who are amazed by how clear their skin becomes after trying out a topically gluten-free routine.
- I personally suffered from severe acne caused by gluten in my mid twenties. I had seen a dermatologist, aesthetician, acupuncturist, but none of them could heal or explain the acne breakouts that were covering my back and chest. It was so embarrassing that I took great measures to cover it, but it was also very painful, and topical treatments only made my skin drier and seemingly more upset. After doing a food allergy elimination diet and then being diagnosed as having severe gluten intolerance, I scoured the labels of every product in my bathroom from lip gloss to shampoo, and body soap to eye liner. Within weeks of switching to skin care, hair care and cosmetics that I knew were gluten-free exclusively, my skin finally cleared up.
- After years of being gluten, and acne free, I never thought that at age 32 I would once again be battling severe breakouts on my face and chest. But sometimes life throws you a curve ball! It was devastating to see the marks all over my face and feel powerless against them. My Facial Moisture Serum and Anti-Aging Cleanser had been my go-to products for years, but these breakouts were different. They weren’t being caused by gluten, like those I had in the past. But then I decided to take back my power–surely there was something I could do in battling my breakouts, and something that was still natural, and healthy. And so I went back to the drawing board. I turned to my studies and research of natural and essential oils, targeting those which could help to heal my breakouts and reduce the redness of my rosacea which had also been flaring up. And so, out of this depressing situation of breaking out like crazy, I was able to develop a new Gluten Free Beauty serum to get my skin under control. I named it our Balancing Facial Serum in an effort to focus on the end result, which is beautiful, balanced skin, and not on the redness and acne that it combats. For me our Balancing Facial Serum is my twice daily go-to, I press it into my face and chest after washing with our new Balancing Face/Body Wash. It keeps my skin in balance, and I truly hope that it helps yours as well!
Check out our new Anti-Acne Kit for the tools you need to get your redness or acne-prone skin under control.