Your skin acts as an excretory system to get rid of substances that don’t agree with your body. For example, if someone is allergic to shellfish, they will break out in hives all over the body. The hives is the symptom of your body trying to rid itself of this allergen.
In the case of dairy, it is mucous forming and can be difficult for the body digest—which is why many people are lactose intolerant. So when you get too much dairy for your body to digest, it comes out in the form of cystic acne on the chin and jaw line area.
Why the chin and jaw line area?In Chinese medicine, breakouts around the chin and jaw line are representational of reproductive and hormonal systems. Since our dairy cows are given growth hormones, the body may use this area to remove the excess hormones. There are a greater number of sebaceous glands in the face and since hormones are fat soluble, the body will use these glands as an avenue of excretion for fat-based hormones.
For cystic acne, you really only three options available…
1. Get a cortisone shot injected into the cyst by a dermatologist. (It works, but who has the time to wait around at a doctor’s office and run the risk of possible scarring?)
2. Dab on Renée Rouleau Anti-Cyst Treatment immediately when the cyst forms and it will dramatically reduce the infection and cut the healing time at least in half. Trust us, it’s truly a miraculous product to treat cystic blemishes.
3. Try cutting out your dairy and see if that improves the condition.
In my 20+ years of being an esthetician, I have cured many, many of my clients acne simply by suggesting they reduce or cut out their dairy intake.
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Posted January 14, 2010 by Renée Rouleau
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