Even though you can’t change your hormones or genes, you can try to have clear, healthy, blemish-free skin. This is what everyone wants, but you can’t do anything about your hormones or genes.
You can change your daily habits to make your skin look better. Break your bad skincare habits to avoid pimples and enjoy the healthy glow of clear skin. It’s called acne when oil, bacteria, and dead skin cells get stuck in hair follicles.
Some people have acne-prone skin that makes them more likely to get pimples, but breaking bad habits can help them and everyone else avoid getting acne or pimples. Here are some bad habits that can cause your skin to get pimples and blemishes:
It’s important to keep your skin clean, but if you wash it too much, you’ll make your pimples worse. Wash your face instead when you wake up and before going to bed.
Second, don’t scrub your skin with hard sponges or harsh washcloths. This will cause your skin to be irritated. When you wash your face, use only lukewarm water and a gentle cleanser.
There are a lot of things you can do to make sure your sweaty skin stays clean: Always bathe or clean your skin as soon as possible after you sweat.
Some people find it hard not to pick at their skin, but this can cause more redness and even scar from squeezing the pus deeper into the skin and sometimes even infection. Instead, keep your hands away from your face and let pimples burst on their own or with the help of an anti-acne lotion or cream, so you don’t have to worry about them.
People who eat a lot of oily foods can get pimples because of the oil and grease that can get on their skin from the food itself. For healthy skin and health, don’t eat too much oil and fried food.
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