There is nothing worse than facing a large event – state, an impending dance or initial date, for example – with a face full of pimples. What to do about it?
Sure, you will find a seemingly infinite variety of products available on the market to treat acne, such as lotions, creams, and maybe drugs. However, these products are often costly, abrasive, or downright ineffective. Is it possible to clear up your skin while preserving its energy, without costing a fortune?
Really it is. Unfortunately, acne is just one of the genetic predispositions that hit people to varying levels and sometimes. So here Reports Healthcare site have put together a simple, 3-step guide to not just shield your own face against pimples, but also to maintain your skin looking its very best when clear.
Method 1 – Keep Your Face Clean
Using a facial cleanser twice a day (once in the morning, and once before bed often works well) can make sure that your pores are stored clear of dirt and oil. Let us have a moment to become clear about exactly what a perfect “facial cleanser” is. First of all, and perhaps somewhat surprisingly, it is not soap. Soap won’t only dry out your skin, but also leave behind a residue which may in fact wind up clogging your pores. It is not those alcohol-saturated pads, either – in addition to being more expensive, the compounds they contain can leave your skin dry and irritated also.
Instead, start looking for a good facial cleanser that entails washing with water. Many name brands offer “acne fighting ingredients,” but do not pay extra for their marketing. Any good facial cleanser will do just fine.
A couple of tips before moving on: – When washing, use your bare hands and warm (not hot) water. Wash cloths will not wash better yet will irritate your skin. – Speaking of hands, try keep them off of your face throughout the day. As our main means of interacting with the world around us, they also contact and carry around a great deal of dirt and oil which could wind up in your pores.