Seven Easy Skincare Tips for Crystal Clear Skin || Skincare Guide ||

Clear skin is something we all go after but never seem to get the perfect skincare formula that clears up your skin and keeps it that way.

There are a lot of products being sold to us that we want to buy with hopes of getting clear skin but they work for a while or end up not working at all.

One way or the other, these products end up sitting in your cupboard and are never used again.

So if that’s the case with you, these skincare tips are semi natural and will help you get clearer and glowing skin in the matter of a week or less.

1. Use The Right Cleanser/FaceWash

If you have oily skin you’re going to need facewash which is oil free and non comedogenic as creamy cleansers can clog your pores, resulting in acne.

People will dry skin and skin suseptible to redness due to harsher face washes can use oil based creamy cleansers that work the best for them.

There are a lot of options available for people will combination skin as well but make sure to do a patch test before you try using any of these products as people with sensitive skin can react to these products.

Use your daily cleanser or face wash 2× a day and make sure to wash your hands before you wash your face. This will make sure that you don’t transfer the bacteria causing acne to your face from your hand.

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2. Drink Ginger/Turmeric Water

Every morning when you wake up, drink ginger or turmeric water to get clear and glowing skin. All you have to do is add ginger or turmeric to a cup of boiled water and some lemon juice and drink it every morning.

Drinking this along with your 8 glasses of water everyday would not just clear up your skin but is also an effective anti aging home remedy.

Lemon, ginger and turmeric are also very effective for losing weight and are very good for your gut health. You just have to drink this water every morning on an empty stomach to get all the health benefits of lemon, turmeric or ginger for your body.

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3. Use Tomato Juice On Your Face

If you want a lazy girl skincare tip, then you can just rub a slice of tomato on your face and leave it for twenty minutes before washing it off. This is excellent for glowing skin and getting rid of dark spots and dull skin.

Tomato juice contains salicylic acid which can go deep into your pores to clean them up. You will also be left with noticabley softer and glowing skin if you use this everyday.

Tomato juice also lessens the overall appearance of large pores and gets rid of blackheads and whiteheads.

It is also an effective anti acne mask as it works in prevention of acne and clogged pores. It is also an excellent toner and clears dead skin cells.

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4. Use Gel Based Products

If you have acne prone skin and are using a cream based moisturizer, sunscreen or face wash think again!

Gel or water based moisturizers and skin care products can transform your skin and make you less susceptible to acne and blackheads.

In general gel products can prevent clogged pores unlike cream based products that end up clogging your skin. So when you are buying a sunscreen, face wash or moisturizer, go for a gel or water based one instead of a cream based one.

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5. Avoid Dairy Products

Minimising dairy products in your diet is a good way to reduce acne and keep your skin clear. Even in small amounts dairy has a negative effect on your skin and causes acne.

A protein in milk triggers hormonal changes in calves and also in humans which stimulates the release of certain hormones which are in turn responsible for break outs.

So try to switch to almond milk or vegan options of ice creams and milk based food items. It will help your skin immensely and also prevent inflammation of your skin as dairy is also an irritant to people who are sensitive to dairy products.

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6. Use A Chemical Exfoliant

Not all chemicals are bad as exfoliants like salicylic acid and glycolic acid can actually help your skin in a very beneficial way. Physical exfoliators do more harm than good, especially as they are more likely to cause micro tears and are harsh on skin.

Chemical exfoliators like salicylic acid or glycolic acid can gently clear your skin and goes deep into the pores to clean them of dead skin cells.

Try using low percentages of glycolic or salicylic acid in your skin once in a week and notice your skin getting a natural glow. Don’t go overboard with it as it’s very easy to damage your skin barrier if you over exfoliate.

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7. Get Into A Skincare Routine

Your skincare routine is very important for the health and the look of your skin. It doesn’t have to be anything fancy with a ton of steps with expensive products but you got to be aware of what your skin needs and keep doing it repeatedly.

Start off with protecting it and wearing sunscreen and moisturising it with honey or aloevera gel (if you want cheaper & natural options).

Being consistent with your routine will help you with getting used to the products and help your skin stay soft and smooth. Cleaning up your diet is also a great way to heal your skin from the inside out and getting smooth crystal clear skin.

What are some skincare tips that work for you? Comment down below!

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