Clear skin is what is in everyone's mind when it comes to good skin or rather healthy skin. Clear skin is known to be a result of doing the right things. In all honesty, some people have naturally clear skin, no matter what they eat or what time they sleep, but when it comes to you: it seems like one wrong move you make, the results are catastrophic : pimples everywhere, flakiness, dull skin that looks like it has never seen the sun and so forth. You are in a daily battle, trying new skincare, eating right, waking up early to exercise but things just don't work out. Let us share some tips to effortlessly achieve clear skin, it definitely involves all the above and so much more, pay attention, grab a note book and take some notes. But first, Take a deep Breath. You have arrived.
Take Time To Cleanse: Cleansing right is the most important step for clear skin. How to cleanse is what you need to be concerned about. Quick face cleansing and rushing will not get you the skin you deserve. Treat this step as an important ritual, lay back and unload all the junk, dirt, oil, debris you have collected on your skin for the day. Learn how to Oil Cleanse and take charge of your skin.
Don't Pop the Pimples: if you’re after clear skin, we wouldn’t recommend to pop any pimple on your skin. In fact, don’t even touch any pimples you have—we know, it’s so hard to resist! even though picking at or popping a pimple might seem like your ticket to getting clear skin fast, it can actually make things much worse. Every touch or poke can transfer more bacteria onto your skin, so keep your hands off your face as much as you can.
Exfoliate, Exfoliate, Exfoliate: Exfoliating is a very important step in skincare and getting clear skin. Exfoliating helps get rid of dead skin cells that are just laying on the surface and reveals new, bouncy, glowing skin. You can exfoliate 1-3 times a week depending on your skin time. Do not over exfoliate as this can lead to much more issues. A variety of Body/Face scrubs you can choose from.
Moisturize your Skin: We often hear, "I have oily skin and I don't apply any moisturizer but come at noon, you can fry an egg on my face", Yes , that's what happens when you do not moisturize your skin after cleansing or exfoliating. All skin types should and must moisturize, this helps your skin maintain optimum oils to make it healthy and leads you to achieve clearer skin. Our Face oils will pump in much needed nutrition on your skin.
Manage your Stress Levels: We know, we know—keeping stress levels low is so much easier said than done! Still, Periods of high stress can make your skin more sensitive and also trigger acne breakouts and other skin problems. To encourage clear skin, treat yourself to some much-deserved moments of self-care that can help mitigate stress. Try a nice hot bath or applying a face mask, and vow to get enough sleep and make time for the things you enjoy.
Remove your Make Up: We cannot stress this enough, always remove your makeup before you hit the hay! When your makeup sits on your skin overnight, it can mix with dirt and oils on the surface of your skin, which can cause blemishes to pop up. Make sure you’re completely removing your makeup before you catch any Z’s. Read more on how to Oil Cleanse so that you can be removing your make up effectively.
Always Wear Sunscreen: Spending prolonged periods in the sun without protecting your skin from it can lead to damage and developing early signs of aging. Make sure you wear the sunscreen indoors and outdoors everyday. At least SPF 30 going up can give you a good UVA/UVB protection against sun damage.
Start Clean Eating: I mean you should be adoption to eating for your skin. Overtime you stuff your mouth ask yourself, is this good for my skin? We suggest you stick to farm to table kinda foods. Not processed or filled with unimaginable chemicals. Eating clean foods will ease your system and you will be on your way to clear skin in no time.
Get some Sleep: It’s called beauty sleep for a reason. When you sleep, the skin repairs itself, producing collagen and healing wounds. And if you’re sleep-deprived, not only do you end up with under-eye circles and bags, you’re also more likely to experience increases in acne, fine lines, dehydration and irritation. Whew! Adults need seven hours of restful sleep a night, minimum. So, an hour or two before your new, early bedtime, put away the electronics and get into a nice warm bath or shower. The rise and subsequent fall of your body temperature will make you sleepy and improve the quality of your sleep throughout the night.
Exercise Often: A good work-out helps get rid of toxins via sweat glands. When you make a habit to break a sweat often, clear skin is definitely on the other side.
Drink Your Water: Ever heard of "drink your water, mind your business phrase" ? yes, that sounds accurate at this time. Make sure you take in lots of water and other fluids to help hydrate your skin and keep it clear of blemishes.