Just simply wash your face everyday as often as possible. And never sleep with your make up on!posted almost 4 years ago
Drink water, exercise, & eat healthy. That’s how my skin is clear, though I must admit I don’t always abide by tips #2 and #3.
I use avon Clearskin Blemish Clearing Foaming Cleanser works great on my skin. (Though after use you may need a little moisturizer.)
I had the same problem, don’t use a scrub because they will cause more pimples to pop up. Use a product that will have 10 percent benzoyl peroxide, instead of using a scrub to take off the dead skin I use the philosophy oxygen peel which brightens and eliminates breakouts. Hope that helps :)posted almost 4 years ago
Drink a glass of warm water with lemon every morning and it will clear up your skin.posted almost 4 years ago
Eating fresh fruits a veggies really helps. I like Cliniques acne removal gel, seems to do the trick for me. Also tea tree oil products work really well.posted over 2 years ago
Exfoliate a few times a week! Remember, a healthy looking skin comes from within so don’t forget to drink tons of water and eat your veggies and fruits.posted over 2 years ago
3 step system : cleanse, tone, moisturize. Once a week exfoliate and apply a mask to your face to the three step system. Also to prevent pimples every night apply an acne treatment to your clean face. Lastly ALWAYS take your makeup off before going to sleep.posted over 2 years ago
I personally find using all natural products have really improved my skin, I use the oil cleansing method, all natural apple cider vinegar & rosewater toner, as well as all natural moisturizer that I make myself using essential oils.posted over 2 years ago
Great tips so far! Also, don’t overwash your face because it causes dryness – just make sure that when you DO, you wash it well. I use Neutrogena Fresh Foaming cleanser because I find it removes all my makeup at the end of the day really well.posted over 2 years ago
What I do to keep my skin clear and free from acne:
I use Clinique’s Acne Solution 3-step products. I know, many of you might think that it’s not the best solution, and it’s not. I’ve been on this regimen for about 5 years now. It’s not the best solution but it works for me. I tried many diets, products and all sorts of regimens before I found what works for me. And the acne scars I’ve had all faded away after a while of using the product. Good luck on your journey to clear skin. I know how frustrating it can be. There are million suggestions on how to clear acne. You have to find what works for your skin through trial and error.