It is one of the most annoying problems a young person can have: blemishes or acne. Many adults continue to have blemishes, even long after puberty. They can develop through hormonal changes and allow facial skin to change into an unsettling vision of red or nasty bumps, filled with white pus. It’s a very strange phenomenon. Just when young people are becoming more aware of themselves and others, something like acne shows up. Not something you’re really looking forward to getting! Because of the many changes taking place, your inner feelings of insecurity are stronger and if your face also starts to change, that increases the feeling of insecurity.
What exactly is Acne?
As a result of changes in the hormone system, your skin changes and produces more sebum or skin fat, which can clog your skin. That’s often evident in the form of blackheads, or inflammations of white bumps with pus in them.
In the MIR-Method we assume that besides resulting from hormonal changes, blemishes and acne can also be the result of emotions, and most especially Grief. This is about the loss of love, such as when a relationship breaks up, being in love secretly, unrequited love, being rejected or hurt.
What can you do about it?
A. Wash your face
It helps to keep your skin clean. That is for maintenance and to prevent the inflammation in your face from becoming worse. Cleansing is not enough to prevent blemishes. Preferably, use soap-free products, which don’t affect the pH of your skin. Your skin should be slightly acidic to maintain balance. Use mild products without too many chemicals.
Ida: “Blemishes all over my body are gone!! And the nasty varicose vein on my leg is smaller and doesn’t itch anymore. My advice: just try it!”
B. Heal the grief within yourself
Follow the MIR-Method. You will stimulate your hormone system to restore balance more quickly and can more quickly let go and heal the grief within that you carry with you. People who still have blemishes when they are older: look back at your time in high school and see if there were problems with romantic love, being rejected or hurt.
Brigitte: “Just try it; I also always had problems with blemishes…. I have to admit that when I started the MIR-Method it got worse, but then my skin calmed down…. and has stayed that way.”
C. Take care of your nutritional needs
Pay attention to what you eat and especially to what you need! The MIR-Method changes your nutritional needs. You might feel like eating less sugar and more fat, or more salt, or more eggs. All kinds of things can shift in terms of your nutritional needs and it is important that you listen to this. Hormones are made by your body from proteins. It is therefore important that you eat proteins daily, for example in the form of eggs.
Ingrid: “Well, Mireille, my thirteen year old son, who had started to get a lot of blemishes, followed your MIR-Method 2 times a day for three weeks!!! My son is much calmer, but he is especially more aware. He now only wants to eat healthy food, really only vegetables and fruit! With the result that his skin has vastly improved!!!!! He has even given his father the advice to do it as well, so I say: Yes, a good result, even for bad skin!!! Thank you, yours truly.”
These reactions and more are on our website. We are still working on translating all the results from the Dutch website of the past 5 years onto this English website.
Have you also noticed that your food needs have changed? What did you start eating? Let me know by placing your answer below!
Thank you for reading this! I hope that it inspires you to try the MIR-Method or to forward it to other people. Hoping that it brings you and the people around you a healthy skin!
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