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Easy Tips for a Pimple Free Face

Updated on June 19, 2013

Most people start wondering what to do after they get a pimple. But my advice to you is to avoid the pimple completely so that you never have to deal with it - especially when it shows it's ugly face right before an important function! Below are some important tips to help you avoid pimples as much as possible;

1. Avoid Junk Foods.
Junk foods are oily, contain denatured fats and highly refined foods. Eating junk food everyday causes accumulation of toxins in your body. When toxins are floating around in your bloodstream, they may be pushed out by your skin - in the form of a nasty postulating pimple. It is only wise to limit junk food as much as possible such that you avoid any chances for pimples. You may be wondering why you are getting pimples when you're friends who eat a lot of junk food are not. Well you have to understand that everyone's body is different and if you find that you aggravate pimples when you take oily junk foods, then you should understand that you should keep clear of them.

2. Prevent Constipation.
Constipation also leads to toxins being reabsorbed into the bloodstream. When you are not eliminating waste regularly, your body finds other means of eliminating this waste - sometimes through your skin! To ensure you avoid pimples, make sure that you are not constipated. You can prevent constipation by taking plenty of roughages like fresh green salads and fibre-rich foods such as whole meal bread.

3. Drink Water
Drink sufficient fresh clean water to avoid pimples. Water helps to flush out toxins from the body system. It also helps to ease constipation. Take 2 cups of warm water as soon as you wake up to stimulate bowel movement. Always drink water while sitting to avoid hernia.

4. Sweat!
Taking a trip to the sauna would be a great treat for the skin. The hot steam from the sauna opens up skin pores and allows accumulated dirt and toxins lodged under the skin to flow out with the sweat. You can do this for your face through steaming.

5. Exercise, exercise, exercise.
Ensure that you get enough exercise per day. i.e. at least 30 minutes. Exercise doesn't have to be boring or cumbersome. You can do fun activities like dancing and aeorbics and even swimming. Exercise helps you sweat out toxins and also makes you generally happier. Happier people often have fewer pimples!

No need to hide your face anymore

These pimple free face tips are about complete lifestyle changes. Though it may take time before you see results, achieving a pimple free face through natural ways is the wholesome and more lasting way to go.
These pimple free face tips are about complete lifestyle changes. Though it may take time before you see results, achieving a pimple free face through natural ways is the wholesome and more lasting way to go.

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