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    Default Top Tips for Clear Skin.

    1-Blemishes or pimples often appear on your face, neck, chest, back, and shoulders, where skin has the greatest amount of oil glands. Few of us are immune to breakouts, but treatments can minimize outbreaks. For a clear complexion, view the slides ahead to see some surprising dos and don'ts.

    2-Frequent and vigorous washing can irritate your skin and make acne worse. So can grainy scrubs or soaps with harsh chemicals. Instead, wash acne-prone areas twice daily with a mild cleanser and warm water to minimize irritation.

    3-Oil-free soaps or washes won’t clog your pores or cause blackheads, acne, and whiteheads. Choose products that are labeled "oil free," "nonacnegenic," or "noncomedogenic." Apply the soap and wash with your fingertips. Washcloths, mesh sponges, or other products may be too abrasive and can irritate the skin and cause breakouts. Some washes for acne skin contain ingredients recommended by dermatologists, such as benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid.

    4-It's a myth that oily foods or chocolate directly causes pimples. Acne occurs when pores are blocked by oils, skin cells, and normal bacteria, causing inflammation. But if certain foods seem to cause you to break out, try to avoid them. But you don't need to shun pizza or chocolate for clear skin.

    5-Avoid oil-based cosmetics. How can you tell? Follow this simple guideline: Creamy foundation or blush generally can clog pores. Mineral-based cosmetics, which are light and powdery, may be less likely to do so.

    6-If you wear makeup, use an oil-free foundation. Also, no matter how tired you are, wash your makeup off before bed.

    7-It's a myth that tanning clears up your skin. It's a fact that UV rays put you at risk for skin cancer, premature aging, and wrinkles. Don't lie in the sun or use a tanning booth. Also, some commonly prescribed acne medications, including retinoids that go on your skin, can make you more sensitive to damage from UV rays.

    8-Wear an oil-free sunscreen or moisturizer with a sun protection factor (SPF) of 30 or higher that says "broad-spectrum" on the label, which means it protects against ultraviolet A (UVA) and ultraviolet B (UVB) rays. Look for products labeled "noncomedogenic," which means it won't clog your pores. Reapply every two hours.

    9-Pull long hair back when you sleep so it doesn't aggravate your skin. Try to keep your hair away from your face during the day as well. Remember, hair contains oils that can block pores and cause breakouts, even if you don't use hair products

    10-Avoid touching or rubbing your face since this can make acne worse. Also, don't lean your face on your hands and try to keep your cell phone from touching your face. Our hands and phones may carry oils and germs that can irritate blemishes. Sweat can also make acne worse. After sweating, gently wash your skin

    11-Use cotton balls, cotton swabs, or clean applicators when applying creams or makeup to your skin. Don't reuse an old makeup sponge; replace it. If you use your hands, clean them first and only use your fingertips. Also, clean your skin before you put on makeuP.

    12-Healthy skin is moist. Choose an oil-free moisturizer that says "noncomedogenic" on the label. This means it won't clog your pores. You may hesitate to apply moisturizer to acne-prone skin, but a good moisturizer may help calm irritated skin and keep acne at bay.

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    **marclewis** Male

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    I do use plain yogurt on face once a week. It makes my skin look younger and smooth.

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    [QUOTE=StefyFernadiz;32016]1-Blemishes or pimples often appear on your face, neck, chest, back, and shoulders, where skin has the greatest amount of oil glands. Few of us are immune to breakouts, but treatments can minimize outbreaks. For a clear complexion, view the slides ahead to see some surprising dos and don'ts.

    2-Frequent and vigorous washing can irritate your skin and make acne worse. So can grainy scrubs or soaps with harsh chemicals. Instead, wash acne-prone areas twice daily with a mild cleanser and warm water to minimize irritation.

    3-Oil-free soaps or washes won’t clog your pores or cause blackheads, acne, and whiteheads. Choose products that are labeled "oil free," "nonacnegenic," or "noncomedogenic." Apply the soap and wash with your fingertips. Washcloths, mesh sponges, or other products may be too abrasive and can irritate the skin and cause breakouts. Some washes for acne skin contain ingredients recommended by dermatologists, such as benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid.

    4-It's a myth that oily foods or chocolate directly causes pimples. Acne occurs when pores are blocked by oils, skin cells, and normal bacteria, causing inflammation. But if certain foods seem to cause you to break out, try to avoid them. But you don't need to shun pizza or chocolate for clear skin.

    5-Avoid oil-based cosmetics. How can you tell? Follow this simple guideline: Creamy foundation or blush generally can clog pores. Mineral-based cosmetics, which are light and powdery, may be less likely to do so.

    6-If you wear makeup, use an oil-free foundation. Also, no matter how tired you are, wash your makeup off before bed.

    7-It's a myth that tanning clears up your skin. It's a fact that UV rays put you at risk for skin cancer, premature aging, and wrinkles. Don't lie in the sun or use a tanning booth. Also, some commonly prescribed acne medications, including retinoids that go on your skin, can make you more sensitive to damage from UV rays.

    8-Wear an oil-free sunscreen or moisturizer with a sun protection factor (SPF) of 30 or higher that says "broad-spectrum" on the label, which means it protects against ultraviolet A (UVA) and ultraviolet B (UVB) rays. Look for products labeled "noncomedogenic," which means it won't clog your pores. Reapply every two hours.

    9-Pull long hair back when you sleep so it doesn't aggravate your skin. Try to keep your hair away from your face during the day as well. Remember, hair contains oils that can block pores and cause breakouts, even if you don't use hair products

    10-Avoid touching or rubbing your face since this can make acne worse. Also, don't lean your face on your hands and try to keep your cell phone from touching your face. Our hands and phones may carry oils and germs that can irritate blemishes. Sweat can also make acne worse. After sweating, gently wash your skin

    11-Use cotton balls, cotton swabs, or clean applicators when applying creams or makeup to your skin. Don't reuse an old makeup sponge; replace it. If you use your hands, clean them first and only use your fingertips. Also, clean your skin before you put on makeuP.

    12-Healthy skin is moist. Choose an oil-free moisturizer that says "noncomedogenic" on the label. This means it won't clog your pores. You may hesitate to apply moisturizer to acne-prone skin, but a good moisturizer may help calm irritated skin and keep acne at bay.[/Q

    These are very helpful tips. Thanks.

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    **Kathy MItchell** Female

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    I have heard good reviews of Dermapura facial cleanser, it is an all-in-one skin balancing and repairing cleanser infused with natural botanical oils and nourishing vitamins.

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    thank you i have gained knowledge from this blog i reallt like it.

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    Thanks for the information, it is really helpful, easy to do and take less time than other ways.

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    Thank for the sharing, these tips are useful.

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    **Shiza khan** Female

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    Thanks for sharing very simple and easy tips to make my skin beautiful

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    **Alinn Smith** Female

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    Default Top tips for clear skin

    While soft and beautiful skin may come naturally to the very young, but to keep it the same in the long run can be a challenge. If you have been looking for some tips to keep your skin clear, here are some helpful tips.
    Has pollution ruined your skinís quality? It appears rough and dry?

    In case, you miss those days when you had glowing and beautiful skin, it is time to gear up! Yes, sitting out there, and wasting your time looking back to pictures of older days will not help. You have to put efforts.

    Below are listed top 4 tips to make your skin soft and supple once again. Have a look:

    Cleanse and exfoliate to get smoother skin:

    Make it a rule to wash your face twice a day with a soap free cleanser. This will remove oil and dirt from your skin.

    If you are in a habit to applying makeup, make sure you remove it gently before going to bed. Reason being; if you sleep with make up on, your skin becomes more prone to breakout, appearing dull and glow-less. So, donít be lazy or sleepy to use a makeup remover before bed. For this purpose, you can use face wipes or any natural cleanser.

    In any case, washing your face is making your skin over dry, you can use switch to another solution. It is simple; mix gram flour with water and use it regularly to exfoliate your skin. While this will remove dead cells accumulated on skin, it will keep it moisturized.

    Steaming face to get clear skin:

    Want to keep skin clear and away from impurities? Steaming can help! You can add steam to your routine as it will open up your pores and removes impurities deep down the skin. It leaves your skin clear and glowing.

    Actually, it helps removing those blackheads which are formed due to clogged pores. Steaming will help to soften the pores, and thus making it easier for blackheads to pop out. Moreover, it also boosts blood circulation, hence, reproducing healthy skin cells.

    The best thing is you can easily steam your face at home. All you need to is simply boil a pot of water, and to this you can add rose petals, mint leaves, or lemon juice for a soothing feel. With a towel on your head, lower your face on the steam. Ensure that your face is not too close to the water. Doing this once a week is enough to keep your pores clean!

    Cucumber and milk cleanser for soft skin

    This solution is ideal for all skin types. While cucumber has a cooling effect on skin, milk has natural lipids that provide moisturizing to your skin. Hence, your skin gets benefit of cleansing properties of this amazing solution which help making your skin soft, smooth and tightens the pores. Moreover, it also restores natural pH of the skin.

    You will need cucumber juice for tightening your skin. Mix juice with milk to form a cleansing mask and apply it with a cotton ball to your face. Allow it to dry for 15 minutes and rinse it with warm water to get glowing skin.

    Honey yogurt and lemon mask for glowing skin:

    For dull and rough skin you can count on this remedy. Honey is well-known for its anti-inflammatory property. Being a great skin cleanser, it helps fight skin damage and the presence of antioxidants reduces signs of ageing. On the other hand, lemons are a rich source of vitamin C and have nutrients which heal skin problems. Collectively, these will help lightening, and it reduces dark spots too. Just mix equal parts of honey, lemon and olive oil. With help of a cotton ball, apply it to your skin and leave it for 20 minutes. Rinse it with warm water.

    Try these and feel the difference!http://www.drnumb.com/blog/4-secret-...smoother-skin/

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    How to Prevent Dull Skin And Achieve Brighter Complexion?

    DRINK UP “It is very important to hydrate yourself. Drink at least 8 glasses of water a day.” says Dr. Siew. In such hot and humid weather, you tend to lose a lot of water though perspiration. Water is required to keep your skin firm and supple. Water is also an important carrier to transport nutrients to all parts of your body so that you stay healthy and keep your skin looking young and fresh.

    EXFOLIATE One of the main reasons why your skin is dull is because of the top layers of dead skin cells. Dead and dry skin need to be gently exfoliated to reveal new layer of fresh, bright skin beneath it. Exfoliating the dead skin away also allows your skincare products to absorb better into the skin. “Exfoliation is tricky. Too hard, you will scratch yourself, leaving it red and sore. Too soft, you will not be effectively remove the dead skin. Go to a doctor once a month to exfoliate the skin. You can either choose a chemical peel or a gentle relaxing medi-facial and remove the dead skin cells gently, yet effectively.” said Dr. Siew.

    LaseMD by Radium Medical Aesthetics

    LASEMD is a great skin perfecting treatment which brightens dull complexions and clears pigmentation
    “For the more adventurous people, you can consider an advanced Korean laser technology called LASEMD Skin Perfecting Laser. This powerful, yet gentle laser treatment employs a fractional thallium laser to destroy pigmentation at its roots and removes dead skin cells.”, he added.

    The end result? Skin brightening and anti-aging effects can be seen after one treatment.

    SKIN CARE Incorporate a good skin care regime which whitening actives and adequate environmental protection. A whitening serum such as Radium Skin Afterglow Radiance Perfecting Concentrate will help reduce melanin deposits in your skin, and a good broad spectrum sunblock will help prevent UV damage.

    SLEEP MORE Get at least 8 hours of uninterrupted sleep a day. This effective solution doesn’t cost anything to make you look fresher. Who doesn’t enjoy sleeping anyway? I know I do.

    EAT WELL You are what you eat. Eat more foods that are high in vitamin C such as kiwi, oranges, kale, guava, broccoli, citrus fruits, tomatoes, peas and papaya. Vitamin C is known to encourage collagen growth and it helps to decrease the effects of the sun on your skin and prevent further damage.

    Read more here: http://radium-aesthetics.com/5-effec...ten-dull-skin/


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