Caring For Acne Prone Skin Naturally


We all know how precious our face is. The first thing others notice when they see us is our face. We feel more confident if we look good, with beautiful fair skin, and that is our face that will show how confident we are.

For teenagers in particular, acne is a major concern, and for those who do not suffer from pimples, that's fine, be very, very happy – but for those who do, you can also rejoice, because there is light end of the tunnel.

If acne is your problem, and you think you are spending too much on chemical remedies that probably not only work but are hard on the skin, here are some natural ways to treat your acne. You do not have to go far to find them … the treatment is right in your home. Healing is right in you.

The most important beauty advice for anyone with or without acne, is also free, – WATER – drinking 8 glasses of water a day will moisturize your body, and help eliminate toxins. You will love your body and love your skin.

Keep your skin healthy and clean. Make sure you do not leave makeup on your skin too long as they can help clog pores, which will cause more pimples and blackheads, so never sleep with makeup. Keep your hair back from your face because the hair can be oily, and leave an oily residue on the forehead.

Keep your towels and pillows clean and washed, they are absorbent and can absorb the oil from your hair and distribute it on your face.

Never break the pimples – this will transfer dirt from nails, and make things worse, as more than likely leave scars.

Eat as healthy as you can. This helps to clean from the inside. Reduce fatty and fatty foods. Eat high fiber foods.

Prepare a high percentage of your raw fruits and vegetables and consume foods rich in vitamins A, B and D.

Maintaining a diet rich in beta-carotene and zinc will not only help you to prevent acne, but will be beneficial in healing acne scars caused.

We all say that beauty is only a deep skin, but having a clear, fresh skin will make you look better in yourself.


Source by Rose Chapman

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