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- For some acne-prone areas, such as your face – it’s much better to eliminate a direct contact with your hands. Use an appropriate a gentle cleanser such as water-based skin care or oil-free products to wash these areas twice a day in order to regularly remove dead cells of skin and excess oil!
- If you are an individual who have excessive oil skin, choose and use an over-counter acne gel /cream products to help neutralize the excessive oil of your skin. According to Mayo Clinic, products that contain active ingredients such as salicylic acid or benzoyl peroxide can help for this kind of skin.
- Eliminate a direct contact with any irritants! For some people, the excessive exposure to the sun light can trigger the form of acne. Choose also a product labeled ‘non-comedogenic’ or ‘water-based’. And make sure you also use a sunscreen product that don’t clog your pores! Other irritating products include facial scrubs, masks, and astringents.
- A heavy foundation of makeup should be avoided, because it’s also bad for the oxygen circulation on your skin. Choose powder cosmetic products since they are less irritating if compared with cream cosmetic products!
- Before going to bed, your acne-prone skin such as your face should be completely clean. For instance, you need to remove and clean your makeup before going to sleep.
- Ensure that you use hygienic cosmetic products! For example, regularly clean the brushes for your cosmetic.
- To have a pimple free skin, don’t use any tight-fitting clothes for long hours because they can trap heat and create excessive moisture which then eventually will irritate the skin.
- After doing a strenuous workout, your body usually sweats excessively. Go to shower afterwards, about 25-45 minutes after exercising!
Additionally, if you have pimples and they gets worse or become chronic – you may need medical intervention.
Once your pimples improves /clears up, your doctor may still ask you to continue taking some prescribed acne medications in order to eliminate the risk of developing new acne that breakouts.