5 Tips for Clear Skin

5 Things you can do TODAY for clearer skin

Clear, perfect, glowy skin is pretty much an elusive unicorn we’ve been chasing since we hit puberty. We love to believe it exists, but for most of us it’s a myth that only exists in fairy tales. With so much info about acne, here are 5 simple solutions you can do TODAY that are guaranteed to improve your acne condition.

Exfoliate: While Exfoliation is important for any skin type, it’s especially helpful to those with oily or acneic skin. In addition to smoothing, improving skin tone and enhancing skin’s receptiveness of oil-controlling ingredients, exfoliation helps get rid of dulling skin cells and encourages blood flow and cell regeneration.

Use a cleanser with salicylic acid: For ladies who know they’ve got acne-prone skin, salicylic acid cleanser is a lifesaver, because it’s a main agent that fights and prevents acne. Use it twice a day all over your face and remember to moisturize afterwards to ensure your skin stays healthy and hydrated.

Use a gentle acne treatment serum: A natural balance must be achieved between eliminating acne-causing bacteria and allowing the skin to naturally heal itself. Super Clear is formulated with 13 botanical super-actives to achieve that essential balance in every skin type, including sensitive.

Elimination: Eliminate all dairy, alcohol and sugar for 10 days and notice your skin become clearer and more radiant.

Exercise at least twice a week: Besides also reducing stress, exercise helps to increase blood flow to the body, which means that more oxygen can get to your skin, therefore keeping it fresh and clean. You’ll work to flush out bacteria and toxins from your skin, which can prevent acne.

Hygiene: A few simple and sensible hygiene steps to reduce the contact of bacteria on your face can be exceedingly beneficial to your complexion. Use a separate clean towel to dry your face. Wash your hands before you wash your face. Sleep with your hair pulled away from face. And last, but not least… Stop touching your face throughout the day.

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