7 Ways to Take Care of Your Acne Prone Skin

With these simple skincare tips, you can keep acne breakouts at a bay.

Acne is a skin condition appearing with red pimples on the face. It is caused by inflamed or infected sebaceous glands and is common in adulthood. Though they are not life threatening, they can affect your self-esteem. They can be treated with medications at home if not severe. However, you must follow a different skincare regimen to take care of your acne prone skin.

How to Take Care of Your Acne Prone Skin

Keep Your Face Clean:

You must wash your face daily to remove dead skin cells, excess oil and impurities which can trigger acnes. Use a gentle face wash rather than harsh or strong perfumed soap. Besides, don’t scrub your skin very often, instead you must wash it with clean hands and soft cloth. Make sure to use warm water for washing your face.

Use a Good Moisturizer:

Many acne creams have certain ingredients which can dry your skin, causing acne. This is why you must use moisturizer to reduce dryness and skin peeling. A gel-based moisturizer is ideal for oily skin while you must choose lotion or cream for a dry skin. If you have combination skin, you can use cream or lotion for dry part while apply gel on the oily part. Keep your skin hydrated with water.

Use Right Topical Acne Product:

Topical acne products are rich in drying products such as benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid. You must start with small quantity. Later, you can increase or decrease the amount after noticing the peeling or drying your skin has. You must be extra careful while using topical acne creams if you have sensitive skin. Remember, benzoyl peroxide can lead to the redness and scaling, apart from bleaching your clothes and hair.

Choose Your Makeup Wisely:

You must avoid wearing foundation, powder, or blusher if you have acne prone skin or already having pimples. If you do wear makeup, remove it at the end of the day. Prefer using oil free and water based cosmetics.

Heavy makeup or other cosmetic products that clog pores may cause a flare-up of acne.

Don’t Touch Your Face Very Often:

Touching your face very often can trigger pimples and rashes on your face. If you have acne skin, you can make it worse by touching every time. You must not pick or squeeze pimples, as it can cause infection and scarring.

Take a Balanced Diet:

You must avoid taking foods high in sugar, oil, spices and fat as they increases inflammation and blood sugar level. Instead, you must add healthy food to your diet which includes fish, green tea, green and yellow veggies.

Take Care of Your Hair Too:

You should not use oils, harsh chemicals and fragrances on your hair as these ingredients can drip on the face, clogging the skin pores, which in turn cause irritation and pimple. Wash your hair with mild shampoo and conditioner. Keep your oily hair away from your face.

So, these are the precautions you must keep in mind to take care of your acne skin.

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