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How to Get a Clear face with Glowing Skin

Updated on May 28, 2012

The kind of skin you have will depend on heredity, sex, age, and a variety of other factors like environment. It is better to start taking care of the skin from a very early age. But products that will help to preserve the health of the skin at any age are available. They will help you to get a clear face and glowing skin.

First of all, you have to analyze what kind of skin you have. Check up whether it is oily skin, dry skin or sensitive skin. And also identify the problems that your skin has, like pimples, dark spots or other blemishes. These problems have to be taken care of, to get a clear face with glowing skin.

Oily skin

If the pores of the skin are big you are likely to have oily skin. Then a face wash, which is oil free and containing salicylic acid is recommended. Face mask would also be quite useful in the long run to get a clear face with glowing skin.

Dry Skin

People, who have dry skin, will have use face a wash that will not remove the natural oil content from the skin. They should also use a good moisturizing cream. People with dry skin are prone to get wrinkles.

Normal Skin

If you have skin with medium sized pores which is neither oily nor dry will have to use a good skin cleaning product.

Spots on the face

If you have spots on the skin, it can be removed by using fade cream. A variety of fade creams are available and they are not expensive. You can choose the right fade cream according the type of skin you have. Apply the cream regularly. It takes quite some time for the spots to fade. It might take 3-4 weeks for the cream to start showing some results. There are some natural remedies to get rid of these spots. Apple cider vinegar mixed with onion juice is can be applied to these spots with a cotton pad. Lemon juice has been used over the years. Lemon juice has to be applied directly to the spots and washed off after half an hour. Regular application of lemon juice will take at least two months to start showing results. These spots will have to be got rid to get a clear face with glowing skin.

Washing the face and applying moisturizer

It is very important to wash the face 3-4 times a day with cold water. It will improve the blood circulation. Then close your eyes and hold your face above a bowl of steaming hot water. This will help to open up the pores.

Wash your face and remove all the make up before you go to bed. Apply a cleansing gel to suit the kind of skin you have. If the gel has a high foaming formula will make the skin drier. It is always good to apply a moisturizer after you wash the face.

Using Clean Brushes

Makeup brushes will have to be cleaned regularly. The combination of bacteria and oil on the brushes can clog up the pores. Use liquid organic soaps to wash them. Replace the cosmetic brushes often, as they can spread bacteria.

Protection from Sunlight

Keep away from direct sunlight. Wash your hands often and don’t touch your face frequently. Dirt, bacteria and oil from your hand can clog up the pores.

Following these instructions will go a long way in helping you to get a clear face with glowing skin.


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      6 years ago

      thanx 4 given us advice


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