5 SKIN HACKS FOR ACNE-FREE SKIN

5 SKIN HACKS FOR ACNE FREE SKIN

Acne is more common than you think. Around 30% of women and 20% of men ages 20-60 are troubled by acne breakouts. There are also significant numbers of adults who still get acne in their 30’s to 50’s. The major cause of acne are bacteria and excess oil. Any changes in hormones, including those brought on by menstruation and pregnancy, can trigger excess oil. Good thing, there are 5 skin hacks for acne-free, healthy and beautiful skin.

  1. Hands off your face

Avoid touching your face and popping those pimples. The bacteria from pimples may get inside other pores. Also, your hands contain oil and dirt. You will only be spreading the bacteria all over your face.

 

  1. Go makeup-free for a while

Foundation can be harmful to the skin. While it may be a little embarrassing to go fresh faced, going “bare” will absolutely be helpful in clearing up your skin. Let your face breathe.

 

  1. Skip the sweets and junk food

Yep, it’s hard. But sweets and junk food stimulate certain pimple-producing hormones. Also, drink lots of water. Just like your kidney, it needs adequate amount of water to function properly. Eat more fruits and veggies instead.

 

  1. Reduce stress and get enough sleep

Being sleep-deprived can cause stress and increase chances of having acne. Stress has a harmful effect on skin, thus, causing acne. Change your pillowcase regularly. You may also consider wrapping your pillowcase in towel to absorb oil.

 

  1. Wash your face twice a day

Washing twice a day is a must, however it removes the moisture from your skin as it fights the acne-producing bacteria. Use moisturizer and toner every after wash to replenish your skin. But be careful about using toners with alcohol because they cause dry skin. Consider using organic moisturizes and toners.

 

Do these 5 skin hacks for a healthy, glowing, and acne-free skin. Do you still have any other skin hack you’d like to share? Comment below!


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