Do you know how to take care of acne prone skin?

Some people have genetically oily skin. Due to an excess of hormone, excess oil is produced within the pores. Although all types of skin can develop pimples, oily skin is more likely to suffer from acne. If you’re always fighting to keep acne away, then it’s a good thing that you came across this article. Continue reading to find out what you can do to take care of your acne prone skin. Follow these rules and you’ll be safe.

1. Invest in a quality cleanser

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A facial cleanser removes make-up, dead skin cells, dirt, oil, and other types of contaminants. Regular skin cleansing is essential to keep your skin looking wow and feeling healthy. If you don’t wash your face after you come back home, you’re in deep trouble. The dirt and oil need to be removed from the skin.

The clearer your skin is, the less chances are of your skin to become irritated. Gentle cleansing is just what the doctor ordered. Be very careful when selecting a facial cleanser. What you need is something mild that doesn’t hurt the skin. Since you have genetically oily skin, look for a product with salicylic acid. Most importantly, don’t use the cleanser more than two times per day.

2. Try fulvic acid

Fulvic acid is nothing other than the compound that is found in humus. This organic acid has powerful antioxidant properties and can help you with your troubled skin. Fulvic minerals hydrate and rejuvenate the skin from the inside out. To be more precise, immediate nourishment is delivered to the skin, detoxifying the skin cells and eliminating free radicals.

Fulvic acid skincare is different from what you’re used to. For starters, it won’t remove the skin. When you hear the word acid, you automatically think that your skin will be burnt. Nothing of the kind will happen, as the organic acid is gentle and delicate. The best part is that it’s immediately absorbed into the skin. Try fulvic acid in your smoothie. If you like it, you can move onto facial creams.

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3. Wear an oil-free foundation

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Women need to use lipstick, mascara, and foundation. Do they, really? Women may not need all this to look beautiful, yet you’re not going to see one leaving the house without enhancing their appearance. If you can’t let go of foundation, at least make sure that you’re utilizing oil-free one. Oil-free foundation contains salicylic acid, thus killing the bacteria that causes acne and helping control breakouts. If you use any other kind of cosmetic products, your pores will get clogged and you’ll weak up with acne. Choose the best foundation for your oily skin and leave the house feeling confident. Your skin won’t shine anymore. Well, it will shine, but this time, it will look healthy.

4. Get enough sleep

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If you aren’t getting enough ZZZ’s, then don’t be surprised that you’re having problems. Sleep deprivation affects the skin, making it impossible for the skin cells to regenerate. Get enough sleep. By that, it’s understood that you should sleep at least 8 hours a day. Go to bed earlier. You don’t need to see the latest episode of The Crown.

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Melissa Snyte

Contributor: Melissa Snyte (The Beauty Insiders)

This Article Has Been Published on July 31, 2018 and Last Modified on December 13, 2018

Melissa Snyte has been a part of TheBeautyInsiders for over 6 years. Makeup is not just a hobby for her but it’s a lifestyle. She found her love with the beauty industry and began contributing her ideas in this field. In her free time she enjoys painting and gardening. Follow her on Twitter

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