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How to Have an Acne or Pimple Free Skin

Updated on August 30, 2012

Four Proven Ways

Do you want to have a beautiful clear skin? I believe that everybody does. No one likes to be friendly with the pimples popping out on our face. Sometimes, we'd like to pop it within our finger just to get rid of it at once.

To prick your pimples using your bare hands is a very bad idea at all. It only leave marks and it also take weeks and weeks to heal. So better be to leave it naturally like it doesn't exist. However, it's very hard to ignore it. Especially, if it's on top of your forehead, on your nose and all over your face.

They said that acne prone skin is genetics. Partly, yes. But it doesn't mean that because it is genetics, you will blame it on your genes. There are contributing factors that affects acne and pimples. Beauty expert discovered that diets, cosmetics, hormones, environment and stress are also major factor of acne and pimples.

However, don't lose hope. You can still have that beautiful clear skin you are dreaming of. By following these steps, you can have a beautiful skin the one you are dreaming for.

First step: Wash your face with a facial cleanser

Wash your face with a facial wash/cleanser or soup. But I recommend that you should use facial wash rather than soap. Facial cleanser has a special ingredients that are gentle to your skin. The purpose of facial wash is to removes dirt, oil and make up without stripping or drying your skin. The question is what facial wash to use when there are lots of facial wash to choose from? Find a facial wash that is suitable for your skin. Experts develop facial wash that are suitable for dry, oily, normal and combination types of skin. The purpose of this is to eliminate the pollutant from the days exposure of the sun, sweat, oil and dirt. By cleansing your skin, you will eliminate excess toxins which has the possibility for microorganism to grow that leads to infection. Water alone is not enough to remove the build up dirt.

What facial cleanser you should use? There are facial cleanser that is available in the market for your skin type. Try to look at this different product which has an amazing review from the customers.

Step 2: Use Deep Cleanser/ Mild Astringent or Natural Leave-on Cleanser

After washing your face with a facial scrub or facial wash, use a cleanser that can exfoliate your skin. I use deep cleaning astringent from exact. It's easy to use and mild for the skin. Just moisten the cotton ball or pad and wipe over on the entire face and neck. You leave it on your face and you will feel refreshed. The purpose of this is to cleans deep down to the pores to remove dirt, make up and oil that haven't remove by merely washing your face. It also removes dead skin cells, leaving your skin smooth and radiant.

Step 3: Use a toner.

Including toner in your skin care regimen may help to restore you skin's natural glow and radiance. The purpose of toner is to close up your pores after cleansing, as they vulnerably open during the cleaning process. It is to bring skin back to natural pH level and restore correct chemical balance.

I used toner in my skin care routine because I can feel that it relaxes me every time I applied it on. It also nourish my skin that gently provide long-lasting moisture.

What toner should you used? A good question. Nivea toner is very friendly to the skin. However, it depends on the type of skin you have.

Step 4: Moisturize

After doing all the 3 steps, apply the final step and it is to moisturize your skin.Moisturizer can protect your skin, improve skin tone and texture and leave your skin soft, radiant and smooth. To find out if what is the perfect moisturizer that is good for you, you need to figure out what type of skin do you have. If you have an oily, dry, normal, or combination type of skin, you need to buy the product that is suited for your skin type. What is good about moisturizer is that it doesn't makes you feel uncomfortable after you applied it.

If you are doing it every morning and night. You will have a smooth and radiant skin in the next two or three weeks. Or it depends on the reaction of the product to your skin. Others will see the result for one week, two weeks or maybe more.


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      6 years ago from York, Pennsylvania

      Love anything about skin care! Great article:-)


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