Saturday, 4 January 2014

How to clear skin and keep it clear!

'Fights 99% of spots','dermatologist tested',' kind to skin', you've seen it all, multiple 'acne fighters'  line the shelves of our supermarkets and pharmacies, but does the product inside ever really live up to the claims that its outer packaging suggests? More often than not they never do, companies brand products with miracle claims that never live up, marketing techniques that we all fall for. Products that are ment to clear skin often do the opposite. Pore blocking, harsh on skin porducts tend to be the only products companies sell.
So what if I told you I knew a way to clear and maintain skin without the need for unnatural products? All you need is a face cloth and tea tree oil to clear spots faster.

I have never had too bad of a problem with acne, I am constantly being asked by friends and people at school about how I manage to keep my skin so clear and I decided that I should share my tips with a wider audience and hopefully help some you clear your skin up, and keep it clear!

It's simple really, all you need is a face cloth and warm water.
Soak your face cloth in warm water, ring out any access water the cloth has soaked up then rub it all over your face, simple!
This lifts excess oil and dirt from the face which causes acne, do this in the morning and before you go to bed and you will be on your way to clearer skin! Remember, if you wear makeup make sure that makeup has been removed before using this technique.

If you have really bad acne you can also add tea tree oil to spots after using this technique to clear skin faster

Additional advice:
Don't wear makeup whenever possible, let your skin breathe.
Don't cake yourself in makeup, try to only apply a light coverage.
NEVER go to sleep wearing makeup, make sure all makeup is removed before going to bed.

Until next time my lovelys!
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  1. nice post !!! i have a acne prone skin and your post is very helpful :) would you like to follow each other :) xx

  2. I'm glad I could help! And sure! I'll check your blog out now!:)