One of the easiest ways to freak anyone out about their zit breakout is to throw all sorts of jargon their way. Just judging by the way they react when they hear the term ‘sebum control,’ you’d think they got some exotic form of cancer. It’s not unusual to carry on like it is the literal end of the world. So you have a few pepperoni looking splotches on your face.
This is not exactly the stuff of Armageddon. Sure, it’s inconvenient. And it sure is a shame that your skin decided to be ‘uncooperative’ just in time for your prom, your job interview, your first date, or some other highly important social event. But, once you catch your breath, and you look at the big picture-it’s not the end of the world. It’s okay to breathe slowly and deeply and take stock.
The bottom line to your zit breakouts is your skin is having a tough time with sebum control. That’s the long and short of it. Nip this in the bud with the proper diet and lifestyle and you are pretty much good to go. And we’re not just talking about kissing your most recent Pizza Face breakout good-bye (as much of a relief as that may be) but we’re talking about a long term sustainable solution to zit breakouts.
That’s right-by simply eating less carbs, getting more sleep, exercising and sweating, and cleaning up your skin the right way, you can go a long way in avoiding zit outbreaks. In fact, if you turn these lifestyle modifications into some sort of habit, you can pretty much rest assured that your zit issues will be gone for good. Whatever outbreaks you might suffer in the future might be of the mildest variety. Sounds awesome? Well, it’s all about sebum control and you can do quite a bit about this all natural skin process by simply watching what you eat. Sebum control doesn’t have to be an ordeal.