Do you often have breakouts on your skin that results in scarring and dark spots? Well here are a few simple tips that can be incorporated in your daily routine that will help in providing you with clear skin!
1. HYDRATE YOUR SKIN BOTH INSIDE AND OUT
Something as simple as drinking 8 glasses of water a day makes a significant difference to your skin as water flushes out the toxins in your body that cause acne and dry flaky skin due to dehydration. Also using products that hydrating formulas such as moisturisers and cleansers will help give your skin a supple and dewy look!
2. USE THE APPROPRIATE CLEANSER BASED ON YOUR SKIN TYPE
Knowing your skin type and accommodating your products to the skin type you have is very important. Often many people are unaware on the importance of finding a suitable cleanser based on how the skin reacts to the environment around us. This often leads to breakouts, acne and even redness due to inflammation of the skin. Our skin is a sensitive organ that requires much care! So choose what’s best for your skin type
3. LIMIT THE AMOUNT OF PRODUCTS ON YOUR SKIN
Layering your skin care should be kept to a minimum as the combination of too many products tend to damage skin as it is harsh on the skin, which often results in clogged pores and breakouts. If you want to layer your products, follow the above guide to ensure your skin is not suffocated and is kept healthy!
4. EXFOLIATE A FEW TIMES A WEEK
We shed about at least 50 million skin cells a day, hence why many of us experience having rough scaly and dry skin. So use a moisturising exfoliant that helps scrub away the dead skin as well as hydrate, lighten and brighten scars like the Rhassoul 600! Imagine having 1 product that does it all!!!
5. EAT HEALTHY
Your skin is the largest organ on the body an as being so, it acts as a natural barrier that holds and carries moisture as well as omega 3 fatty acids which you can obtain through the consumption of things like Flax seeds, walnuts, plant oil, fish and so on! Also focus more on reducing the consumption of simple and complex carbohydrates such as white rice, white bread, potatoes and canned/syrup drinks!
6. SLEEP CLEANER
Getting at least 8 hours of sleep is detrimental to the body as it takes at least 7-8 hours for the body to obtain enough energy to be able to work at optimum capacity. Lacking in doing so can lead to hormonal imbalances that are a leading factor to acne and breakouts. But its not just that, being hygienic by changing the bed sheets and pillowcases at least twice a month will reduce the build up of bacteria on the skin! This applies for bath towels as well!