How to manage acne filled face
The skin is the single largest organ of the human body. Caring for it is not a matter to be taken lightly. Healthy, well-treated skin is attractive and a source of self-esteem. Taking care of this great big organ is a matter of simple tasks, here are just a few of them.
Don’t pop the Acne
Keep your hands off your face. Popping the pimples causes serious scarring on the face which can lead to deep tissue scarring which is difficult to solve.
Be gentle when cleaning
Your face is very sensitive, it’s not like other parts of your body. When cleaning it, don’t scrub it like you are scrubbing your legs, be gentle with is. This prevents premature popping up of the pimples.
If you want healthy skin, don’t smoke. Think of your skin as just another vital organ. Every organ in your body needs proper circulation to stay healthy.
By smoking you restrict this circulation, leading to poor organ health. Instead of your organs getting a fresh supply of oxygen laden blood, they’re getting toxins and poisons.
Exfoliate your skin
This is a necessary skincare step that many people skip. This is the removal of the top layer of dry, dead skin using either a soft brush or exfoliation gloves.
Exfoliation is necessary for younger, healthier skin. The reason why men often have younger-looking skin than women is because shaving automatically exfoliates their skin. A bonus for women is that exfoliating will help their foundation go on more smoothly.
Don’t exfoliate your skin frequently, you can do it like twice in a week
For a radiant, great-looking skin, make sure you’re avoiding the sun during the hottest hours of the day. If you must be outside when it is hot, apply plenty of sunscreen and wear a wide-brimmed hat. Reapply your sunscreen every two hours.
Skincare is like any big job. The preceding tips are only some of the little jobs you can integrate into an effective skincare routine. Take advantage of the ones that feel right to you, and always be on the lookout for more little skin jobs.
Charline Carren is a blogger and an editor at Tech for Development. A trained Public Relations and communication specialist.
My passion for writing stems from the need to always provide solutions to peoples problems and sharing my opinion with my readers. I’m a proud content creator, communication and media strategies developer and a great public speaker.