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How Can I Reduce My Acne?

October 05, 2017

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Sure, it would be nice to wake up each morning, sun shining through the blinds onto your spotless skin. Unfortunately, most people simply don’t have that luxury. If you are one of the millions who suffer from periodic or chronic acne breakouts, starting an acne regiment for your skin can help your face become clearer and leave you feeling more self-confident.

Start a Daily Skin Care Regiment

One of the most important things you can do for your face is to start a daily skin regiment. Washing your face at least twice a day removes dead skin, extra oil and other impurities that lead to acne breakouts. Use warm water and a mild cleanser made for the face. Avoid hot water, harsh soaps or washing your face more than twice a day as each of these could cause more breakouts. Moisturizing is also important, but look for products that are noncomedogenic and made for your skin type.

Pay Attention to Your Hair and Makeup

Makeup and hair products can wreak havoc on your skin, especially if you have long hair that tends to get in your face. If you must wear makeup, choose products without chemicals or added dyes. Read the ingredients and choose makeup labeled as noncomedogenic. Wash your hair often with a gentle shampoo and conditioner. Don't purchase products with extra fragrances or oils.

Use Special Products

Some people are predisposed to acne breakouts no matter how well they take care of their skin. Luckily, you can purchase acne skin care products that can prevent breakouts or help with acne scar reduction. Products with hyaluronic acid add moisture that helps to prevent breakouts and make your skin look healthier and smoother. A micro dermaroller can also help with collagen production that reduces acne scars.

Learn more about protecting your skin from breakouts by checking out Timeless Skin Care and checking out their full range of acne skin care products, including hyaluronic acid for acne and a micro dermaroller.





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