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Thursday, February 8, 2018

Simple ways to prevent pimples on your face.

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We need to know the meaning of pimples first.
       Pimple is a small inflamed spot on the skin. A swelling or elevation of the skin.

DO'S
  


  •      Wash your skin twice a day(morning and bedtime) with a mild soap free cleanser to remove oil. Wash your face well after you come in contact with oils or grease such as working in a fast food restaurant .


  • Wash your hands before touching or rubbing your face and try not to rest your chin, cheek or forehead on your hand. Just think of all the things you may have touched during the day with your hands! Breaking this habit may help to clear up most of your problems areas. 
  • Wash tour hair regularly especially if it is oily. Oil  from your hair can make your face and neck extra oily. 
  • Use oil free sunscreen when you know you will be outside in the sun. Antibiotics and other acne medicine can make your skin burn faster with sun exposure. 
DON'T S:
  • Don't scrub your face or use harsh soaps; you can't scrub acne away but you make acne worse if you are too rough when washing your face. 

  •  Do not use alcohol base cleansing products. Products with a high percentage of alcohol can make your skin very dry and irritated. It can actually cause your body to make more oil that can result in more acne. 
  • Don't pick ,pop or squeeze pimples or anything on your face no matter how tempting! All that poking can cause more inflammation and possibly leave you with a scar. 
  •  Do not use moisturizers that have oil in them. Look for a label that says "oil free" and make sure you use a"facial"moisturizer, not a body moisturizer. 
  • Keep hair gels, hairspray and other hair products away from your face as they can cog your pores. Wash your face after you use these products to keep oils away. 



If you try these skin care tips, and you are still concerned about your skin, talk to your health care provider or see a dermatologist (skin specialist)  . there are treatments for acne. 

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