What You Need To Do To Keep Your Face Away From Pimples

What You Need To Do To Keep Your Face Away From Pimples



In this post am going to tell you what you need to do to keep your face away from all these kind of pimples that destroy ones face. Sit right and concentrate on reading this post because you will surely benefit from it.

How Can You Keep Your Face Away From Pimples?

What is Pimples?


Pimples is also called acne which occur when your skin's oil glands are overactive and pores become inflamed. Some types of skin bacteria may make pimples worse. Pimples can appear anywhere on the skin, but they most often occur on the face. 

Because pimples are usually triggered by androgen hormones and, in some cases, genetics, there's no surefire way to prevent them but still there are many methods to reduce their severity and keep them in.


I will be telling you 10 Ways To Prevent Pimples From Your Face;


1. Always Wash Your Face Properly




It is important to remove excess oil, dirt, and sweat daily by washing your face regularly especially at night before going to bed in order to prevent pimples. Washing your face more than twice a day may make acne worse, however.

You can also use an alcohol free cleaser, don't wash your face with harsh cleansers that dry skin.


  • To wash your face, wet your face with warm, not hot water

  • Apply a mild cleanser in a gentle circular motion using your finger, not a washcloth.
  • Rinse thoroughly, and pat dry.

2.  Stay Hydrated



If you are dehydrated, your body may signal your skin's oil glands to produce more oil. Dehydration also gives your skin a dull appearance and promotes inflammation and redness.

To keep your body well hydrated, drink at least 8 ounce glasses of water each day. Drink more after exercise, if you are pregnant or breastfeeding or you spend time in a hot, humid environment.


3.  Limit Makeup




It's tempting to use makeup to cover up pimples. However, doing so many clog pores and trigger outbreaks. When using makeup, avoid greasy, heavy foundation, and use products, they are noncomedogenic, sheer and fragrance-free.

Greasy or oily shampoo, body washes, shaving creams, and hair styling products may all cause pimples. To help prevent outbreaks, choose oil-free, noncomedogenic options.


4. Mimize Touching Face



Your hands encounter germs and bacteria constantly throughout the day. And each time you touch your face, some of those pore-clogging impurities may get transferred to your skin. 

By all means, if your nose itches, scratch it but try to wash hands regularly and minimize touching your face as little as possible.



5.  Know Your Skin Type


Anyone can get pimples no matter their skin type. Oily skin is the most pimples-prone. Its caused by your skin's sebaceous glands producing too much oily serum.

Another type of skin that may cause pimples is combination skin. Combination skin means you have both dry areas and oily areas, the oily areas tend to be your forehead, nose and chin also called your T zone.

Knowing your skin type will help you choose the right skin care product. For example, if your skin is oily, choose noncomedogenic products that are formulated to not block pores.




6.  Limit Sun Exposure


Catching some rays of light may dry out pimples in short time but it causes major problems in the long run. Frequent sun exposure dehydrates the skin, which over time causes it to produce more oil and block pores.

It is important to wear sunscreen to help prevent skin cancer. However, many sunscreen are oily. For both sun and pimples protection, wear a noncomedogenic, oil free sunscreen.


7.  Don't Be A Pimple Popper


As tempting as it may be to squeeze that larger-than-life Whitehead on the tip of your nose, don't.   Popping pimples may cause bleeding, severe scarring or infection. It may also increase inflammation and clog surrounding pores, making your pimples problem worse.


8.  Use Antibiotics drugs

Antibiotics help to reduce inflammation and bacteria on the skin. They are often prescribed and they may be applied topically to your skin or taken by mouth. Those taken by mouth are usually a last resort for people whose acne is severe or doesn't respond to other treatments.

Long-term antibiotic use increases your risk of antibiotics resistance. If your healthcare professional recommends antibiotics therapy for pimples, make sure you talk to them the risks and side effects.


9.  Use Over-the-counter acne treatments

Over-the-counter (OTC) acne treatments may help zap pimples fast or prevent them in the first place. Most contain either benzoyl peroxide, salicylic acid or sulfur.

Use an OTC treatments to spot-treat pimples. Or use it as a maintenance regimen to control outbreaks. To help prevent side effects such as redness, irritation and dryness. Precisely follow the manufacturer's usage instructions.


10.  Moisturize Skin


Moisturizers help skin stay hydrated but many moisturizers contain oil, synthetic fragrance or other ingredients that may irritate skin and cause pimples.


To help prevent pimples, use fragrance free, noncomedogenic moisturizer after you wash your face or when your skin feels dry.

With all these steps, I hope you will be able to prevent pimples from your skin if you can follow these steps....

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