So you’ve been trying to get rid of the acne on your face for a while now.
You see others do it. And it seems like everyone makes it look so easy.
But for some reason, it is still there. Every time you get close to clear off all of it, something happens and you end up getting another package of acne at a different part of your face. Or even it also grows at the chest or the back of your body. So stress!
You ended up aim to search and follow some good tips.
No, not failure again this time!
Because this time you’re going to be armed with the tips, tricks, and secrets that the experts know. So give these tips a try and see if they don’t work for you too…
Tip 1: Never change to any acne treatment after going through one for less than 4 weeks.
WARNING: Every acne treatment needs time to work. Using a new acne product every few days may look useful but it can worsen the acne. Changing to a different product every few days can also irritate your skin and causing new breakouts. It is like a never-ending process. So be patient.
Tip 2: Avoid heavy makeup
Dr. Joshua Zeichner, MD, Director of Cosmetic and Clinical Research at Mount Sinai Hospital, says that overuse of makeup can lead to skin irritation or acne breakouts especially the foundations. Therefore, pausing from the makeup routine can help the skin repair itself.
If you still need to apply makeup, make sure to apply makeup gently, remove your makeup including eye makeup before going to bed, routinely clean your makeup brushes every week, and make sure you’re the only one who uses
Tip 3: Be sure to not touch your face again and again.
Throughout the day, you must have touched several surfaces such as the doorknob, table, car keys, grocery cart, and others without knowing that the microbes or pathogen might be there. These allergens may cause a blister, acne, scars, and other undesirable skin problem if you touch your face using your unwashed hand. In fact, this situation might worsen for those who have oily skin. Every time you touch your face, you are spreading oil and aggravate the present acne. The pressure from the touch also can cause blockage to your pores. It is even worst if you squeeze the whitehead.
Tip 4: Don’t squeeze whiteheads, blackheads, or pop pimples, to prevent infection and scarring.
Squeezing the acne will break the surface of your skin integration and then will introduce bacteria to the wound. It might be difficult to stop doing that for those who like to pop their acne, but try to think of the germs that will invade and causes further infection to the skin. Or you might want to wear a pair of gloves.
Tip 5: Do drink a lot of water for good hydration and glowing skin.
Drinking more water ensures that you won’t suffer from severe pimples and acne. The more hydrated your skin, the less your pores will clog. Furthermore, water keeps your body hydrated and refreshed and helps maintain your skin’s elasticity. People that drink large amounts of water have a lower tendency to suffer from scars, wrinkles, and soft lines and they won’t show as many signs of aging compared to those who drink little amounts of water.
Tip 6: Add more vegetables and fruits to your meal.
Research has shown that nutrients found in fruits and vegetables may decrease the occurrence of acne on the skin. This component is called an antioxidant. Antioxidant removes the oxidative stressor that produces acne.
Eating a low glycemic index of food that normally comes from fruits, vegetables, whole grains and limit the intake of high sugary food is beneficial in reducing the incidence of acne.
Tip 7: Cleanse your face twice every day with mild soap/face wash and lukewarm water to remove excess dirt, sweat, and oil.
Dermatologists recommend that to wash your face when you wake up and before you go to bed. You may want to use a cleanser that includes one of the following terms on its label: “Oil-free,” “won’t clog pores,” or “non-comedogenic.”
Getting back your flawless skin is fairly simple when you apply the above 7 ways to get clear skin and acne-free tips. So let me leave you with one last tip…
Try to wash your pillowcase once a week or swap it with the new one.
So get to it – your skin will be flawless in no time.