Keeping a less acne-prone complexion doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive. Here are five simple secrets to effectively prevent acne.
1. Take high-glycemic foods off your plate
Researchers are finding that high-glycemic foods like white breads, potato chips, french fries, pasta, and others containing processed flours and sugars are linked to acne formation. How much of these foods are you eating each day? Cut down on them and add more whole grains and fresh produce. You may see a difference.
2. Change your pillowcase every few days
Gross alert! Your pillowcase is covered with your skin oil and dead skin cells. Changing it out and washing it frequently gets rid of all that pore-clogging debris that would otherwise press right back into your pores as you sleep.
3. Pat your face dry
Wash your face very gently, and don’t wash it more than twice a day. And when it comes to drying, a little dabbing will do it. Using a clean towel, dab your face dry instead of wiping. Wiping will just spread the dirt and oil instead of removing it from your face.
4. Keep your fingers off your face
Admittedly, it’s a hard habit to break. But touching your face is a great way to trigger acne. Your fingers transfer excess skin oil to your face whenever they touch it, and that can lead to more clogged pores. Pay attention to how often you find yourself touching your face, and start reminding yourself to keep those fingers away.
5. Use a proven daily acne prevention regimen.
The right acne prevention regimen is crucial in keeping a clear, calm complexion day after day.
Clarity Clear Skin Essentials™ is just that regimen. Preferred by 4 out of 5 acne sufferers in a recent in-home use test, Clarity helps you cleanse your skin and pores without the excess drying and irritation that can just lead to more acne breakouts.
A highly effective regimen designed for adults as well as teenagers, Clarity Clear Skin Essentials hydrates, protects, and nourishes your skin as it fights acne with salicylic acid and a plethora of beneficial natural ingredients like cucumber, aloe vera, chamomile, sodium PCA, green tea, and d-panthenol.