Your skin could be breaking out for a number of reasons. Often, what we eat has a big impact so it might be worth examining your diet – are you getting enough nutrients from what you eat? Ideally, your diet should contain a balance of antioxidant-rich fruit and vegetables, lean sources of protein, wholegrain carbohydrates and healthy fats.
If your skin isn’t getting this balance and you’re eating refined carbohydrates and sugar instead, then you may experience a breakout. It’s also not unheard of for your digestive system and other organs like your liver to affect your skin health too, so I’d look at supporting these crucial functions. Make sure you’re moving your bowel regularly and consider a combination of a pre and probiotic to help promote a healthy gut environment for your friendly bacteria.
Finally, the products we use can affect our skin too, especially if our skin is already sensitive. Try to opt for natural alternatives that don’t contain as many harsh chemicals. You can find an excellent range of skincare and cosmetic products over at Jan de Vries and you could also try our Echinacea Cream, which has been specifically formulated for stubborn, spot-prone skin.