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Hormonal Acne

Updated: Jul 21, 2022

Looking within

Skincare is about more than the products you use. You can spend thousands of dollars on skin and body care products that are tailored just for you, and religiously stick to your routine and still struggle with chronic breakouts. This post is all about looking at what's going on inside your body and the different ways you can set yourself up to have healthy, glowing skin.


As a reminder, I am a licensed Master Esthetician, not a trained medical professional or nutritionist. The contents of my posts are meant for informational purposes only and do not constitute medical advice. My posts are not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read here or on our website. Individual results may vary depending on skin type, sensitivity, age, and skincare history, as well as how a product is applied and which recommendations are taken.

You are what you eat

Before we talk about hormones, I want to cover this fundamental topic first that we've heard a million times, but it never hurts to be reminded. It's the obvious, if you eat a healthy diet that's low in sugars, carbohydrates, and trans fats, you'll be more likely to sport a healthy, glowing complexion. A diet leaning more toward snack foods, sugary sodas and lattes, fast foods, and complex carbohydrates (bread, pasta, cookies, crackers, etc...) can cause breakouts due to the low nutrition and high trans fat content. Eat clean, nutrient dense foods to fuel your body, give you energy, replenish minerals and vitamins, and your skin (and body) will benefit greatly.

What goes in must come out