Ways to have a beautiful, pimple- free face

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download (1)“It is really hard to face a problem, especially if the problem is the face”.

Over the years, people have been trying to be beautiful. As part of the routine is making sure that the face comes first, since it always represent who you are. Anyone wants to be represented accordingly and to leave good impressions is the main goal. So I’m sharing this hub to somewhat inform on ways to have a beautiful pimple- free face.

The basic trick is to always keep your skin as dirt free as possible. That is keeping it clean by a daily cleansing routine. Water alone can not prevent pimples on getting on your face, but a mild soap and warm water tandem can eliminate excessive dirts and oils clogging the pores. Using warm water loosens up the pores, thus giving you chances on removing those stacked up dirt and rinsing with cool water closes them up. Mild soap is the safest to use if you don’t know your skin type. To help prevent the oil buildup that can contribute to acne, wash your face twice a day with a mild soap and warm water.Don’t scrub your face hard with a washcloth — acne can’t be scrubbed away, and scrubbing may actually make it worse by irritating the skin and pores. Try cleansing your face as gently as you can. Remember adding more than enough oils to your skin would only adding clogs to the skin. The easier your skin breaths, the lesser problems they will give you and you will need a lot of patience and discipline to do it!

Over cleansing can mean washing your face more than necessary or by using a too harsh cleaner. It is destructive to the skin’s function because it strips away the natural oils and disrupts the protective layer of the skin leading to dryness and irritations.

Cleansing products should not contain deodorants, they may aggravate your skin and eventually clog the pores. Apply a moisturizer to replenish the skin after each cleanse.

3. Avoid using too much makeup or going to bed with makeup on.

Make- ups often contain potential skin irritants and should be used minimally. If left overnight, percolates your pores, clogs and congests your skin. Be sure to wash your face before going to bed and after waking up before you put on another one. After removing make up, awash your face again to cleanse up the face.

 

 

Make sure to clean your pillowcase regularly, they are your face’s best friend. Your face comes in contact every night with the pillow case and leaving some oils and germs. Constant rubbing (while sleeping) can cause pimple outbreak or even acne. Wash or change your pillow cases weekly.

 

5. Lessen the tensions

Stress doesn’t usually cause acne. Realize that pimples are often the result of hormonal shifts and will go away once the hormone irregularity is corrected. Stress, although it can make existing acne worse because stress increases sebum production. So try to relax a bit to control the process.

 

6 Dump some myths

There are also myths about what helps make acne better. Acne isn’t really helped by the sun. Although a tan can temporarily make acne look less severe, it won’t help it go away permanently — and some people find that the oils their skin produces after being in the sun make their pimples worse.

 

7 Remove skin radicals

To have beautiful, soft, radiant face, you need to eat plenty of the right stuff: fresh fruits, vegetables, fiber, and water. Water and fiber are critical because it helps to move out toxins using the regular channels of elimination rather than using the skin as an exit point. Eat healthy – proper diet and vitamin intake is vital for healthy skin. Drinking water also helps skin look and feel better by hydrating the skin.

 

8 A Healthy living

Well of course, basically we know the rules on keeping our body healthy by avoiding too much drinking alcohols, smoking, and unbalanced sleeping habits. These contribute to the impairment of the body hormone regulations should be lessened or skipped. Likewise a good exercise, sweating it out a little can help remove the toxins out of the body. Make sure to shower or wash your face every sessions to lessen the possibility of dirt reentry in your pores.

 

9 The Natural tips

Here is an all-natural face and skin cleanser-beautifier using available fruits, based on an Indian regimen. Follow the simple procedures to have a more radiant looking skin:

Apples:

Apples can used as great conditioner and toner. They have been used for centuries for their skin-healing powers. Add a cup of apple juice to your bath to cleanse and soften your skin. The juice of apple can be used as breathe freshener. Apple juice when applied to your hair scalp can prevent dandruff. Use as a final rinse after shampooing your hair.

 

 

Banana:Banana can be used for moisturizing and soothing your skin and hair. They are rich in protein and natural fats and can be used by all skin types. An easy facemask that will make your skin smooth is to apply mashed banana over your skin and keep it for 15 minutes, rinse off with warm water and moisturize well. Mashed banana also makes a wonderful hair conditioner mixed with a teaspoon or two of honey.

 

 

Lemons:

A classic home beauty ingredient, lemons are used to cleanse and freshen the skin and hair. Use lemon slices to soften rough skin spots such as elbows and heels. Lemon slices also help deodorize and mix a few teaspoons of lemon juice in your bath and you will feel fresh the whole day. Lemon juice can be added to your favorite cleanser or shampoo to refresh and tone your scalp. It also helps prevent dandruff.

 

 

Papaya:Papaya is rich in natural enzymes and is the best treatment for cleansing your skin. For having a fresh and glowing skin apply the oaste of mashed papaya and 3 teaspoons of aloe vera gel and massage all over your body monthly. Leave on your skin for no more than five minutes and rinse thoroughly. Do not use on your face and avoid sensitive skin areas.

 

 

Peaches:Peaches are best for soothing and cleansing dry skin. Mash a fresh peach and combine with a tablespoon of plain yogurt to make a smooth paste. Apply on the skin and keep it for 15 mins and then wash off with cold water.

 

 

Pineapple:Like papaya pineapples are also good skin softeners, which cleanse and rejuvenate dull and dry skin, especially for classic rough skin spots like knees, elbows, and heels. Use a slice of pineapple as you would a sponge or loofah to scrub your body in the bath or shower.

 

 

Strawberry:

Strawberry can be used for conditioning and skin toning treatment. They are rich in salicylic acid an ingredient found in many commercial acne creams and thus are the best treatment for troubled or teenage skin. Mix 1/2-cup fresh strawberries with a tablespoon of sour cream for a weekly facial mask. Eating fresh berries will also help whiten your teeth and keep your breath fresh.

Besides common sense approaches to preventing or reducing the risk of acne, there are also acne prevention products that can help. These products include special cleanses, pads, and ointments that can kill bacteria on contact, help unclog pores and wipe away cellular material including bacteria and sebum from the surface of the skin. Be sure to settle with the following products that:

Help eliminate toxins and free radicals and trapped sebum within the skin.

Help protect the skin against dirts, toxins and pollutants that can cause skin disorders such as pimples.

Help to balance the pH of the skin, making it less prone to infections.

Help improve nutrients flow and circulation to the skin.

 

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ABOUT: Nana Kwesi Coomson

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A Freelance Journalist, Entrepreneur and Philanthropist. Editor-in-Chief of www.233times.com. A contributory writer for Ghanaian Chronicle Newspaper. An alumnus of Adisadel College where he read General Arts. He holds first degree in Bachelor of Arts from the University of Ghana; Political Science (major) and History (minor). He has also pursued MSc Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Energy with Public Relations (PR) at the Robert Gordon University in the United Kingdom. He is a 2018 Mandela Washington Fellow (YALI) who studied at Clark Atlanta University on the Business and Entrepreneurship track. His mentors are Rupert Murdoch, Warren Buffet, Sam Jonah, Kwaku Sakyi Addo and Piers Morgan

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