Simple skin care routines

After trying out a fair share of products that promise to transform our skin overnight, we know the disappointment that inevitably follows. Instead of looking for a miracle product, try making these small changes each day to get glowing skin.

 Break bad habits by keeping hands off of your face. The bacteria on your fingers is only making your skin problems worse.

Wash your pillowcases once a week. Bacteria on your bedding can cause breakouts.

Dry your skin with a soft towel. Some towels are too abrasive and cause tiny tears in the skin, where bacteria makes its way in.

 After washing your face, use a toner that will clean pores without stripping skin of your natural oils.

Clean off makeup brushes once a week to keep bacteria from being spread.

Moisturize with a face oil: While those with blemishes tend to shy away from oil, it can stop your skin from creating excess sebum, which causes breakouts.

 If you wash your face and hair in the shower, be sure to wash your hair before applying a facial cleanser. This ensures you don’t leave behind any shampoo/conditioner residue on your skin, which can irritate it.

Incorporate lots of leafy greens into your diet, as well as these other skin clearing foods like fruits.

Eliminate sugar and dairy from your diet to see if that makes a difference in your skin. For many people, their faces start clearing up immediately.

Exfoliate your face with a non chemical exfoliating product a few times a week.

Never go to bed without taking off your makeup. If it’s a worse case scenario, at least swipe your face with a Simple Cleansing Facial Wipe

Be sure to get enough sleep each night and limit stress, which can cause skin eruptions.

Drink plenty of water throughout the day. It’s amazing how big a difference this step can make in your appearance.

Exercise at least three times a week. By maintaining inner health, you’ll help balance your skin.

Stay consistent with your skin routine to see the results you want.


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