Your oily skin actually stems from a weak liver. Allow me to explain.
Our liver performs 400+ functions every day. One of its functions is to help regulate the secretion of sebum (the natural oil that protects your skin) by controlling the quantity of active androgens that circulate in your bloodstream. Androgens are hormones that stimulate your sebaceous glands to secrete sebum. If your liver fails to keep these active hormones in check, your sebum will be secreted unstoppably and your skin will become excessively oily. This makes your skin extremely acne-prone.
To reverse the condition and normalize your skin oil production, you need to improve your liver's performance in regulating sebum. How?
An overload of toxins is usually the cause of a weak liver, which is why you need to "ask" coconut oil for help since coconut oil has ...read more »
Toxins have a pronounced impact on our liver and a weak liver function relates to acne formation. Let me explain.
When your liver gets overloaded with toxins via your junk food intake, your liver may fail to shut down the androgenic hormones in time.
Androgenic hormones are what stimulate your sebaceous glands to secrete sebum (skin oil). If these oil glands are not shut down in time, they'll keep secreting sebum that makes your skin oily and hence, acne-prone.
Eating coconut oil helps your internal system to get rid of toxins, thus reducing your liver's detoxification load that in turn enabling your liver to more effectively shut down the androgenic hormones when sufficient sebum has already been secreted.
That's one good way coconut oil removes toxins from your body to aid in acne treatment. Another way is ...read more »