Here’s how you can Achieve Clear Skin
Let’s face it those people with clear skin go through day and night routines in order for their skin to look so clear and healthy.
I’m here to help you get to that stage. I’m going to be listing ways to help get clear skin.
Use Exfoliating Scrubs
These scrubs clean and exfoliate your skin. They remove the dead oldest and in most cases, dirtiest layer of our skin while also cleaning it. This is important but heavily overlooked because it’s not the most obvious. If we don’t clean our skin, the daily oils and dirt we encounter just sit and clog our pores, making it prone for acne, irritation and redness. Scratching itchy skin can lead to broken skin and risk of infections.
Moisturizers vary between skin types. Generally you should use moisturizers after your exfoliating stage because your skin is left dry after exfoliating. It helps keep your skin hydrated and less likely to be dry which can cause irritation.
Believe it or not, sweating more accounts to healthier clear skin. Sweating allows for our pores to open and release toxins that are built up in our pores. As you already have read, a build up of toxins and dirt contribute to acne. So keep on sweating! But make sure to rinse your face and body because if the sweat dries up the toxins will remain.
Drink more Water
Drink water everyday, it’s a key player in keeping your skin clear from the dirt. In general, water helps regulate mostly everything in our body. Water helps produce sweat that opens up the pores and releases the toxins. The human body is made up of 60% water, so it only makes sense to drink more water!
Get more Sleep
As we get older, we take on more responsibilities and get overwhelmed with life. One thing we neglect is sleep. It’s extremely important to get a good sleep to help recover from our daily routines. As humans our organs are constantly working non stop throughout the day and they need rest to be able to recover and function. One interesting fact is that the skin on our bodies are considered the largest organs. That means a good night’s rest is important for our skin too!