To Reduce Acne, Drink Hot Lemon Water


I’ve been suggesting this to our clients in our Dallas skin care spas for years and this simple trick may really help improve skin prone to acne blemishes.

To reduce acne breakouts, drink hot lemon water first thing in the morning–before you eat or drink anything else.

Squeeze fresh lemon into a mug full of hot water and drink when you wake up. If you don’t have a fresh lemon handy, you can pour in lemon juice. Use enough so that the water tastes very lemon-y. This will help flush out and purify the body internally, potentially reducing toxins and bacteria in the small intestine where acne can be formed.

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Did you know that dairy can cause breakouts?

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