DRILL These Must Know Dos and Dont’s If You Want Healthy Skin
Everybody desires great skin. But flawless and blemish-free skin is worth a lot. Everyone wants to feel comfortable in their own skin without having unwanted spots and putting on too much makeup to hide them. Our skin is the largest organ in our body, yet one of the least appreciated. People always go in search of what to do, use and apply to get the desired result for their skin, but rarely do people learn the DON’Ts for the skin. The quest for perfect skin will lead people to engage in a series of routines, but without knowing what to avoid, there can be little success.
It would amount to a wasted effort if you spend time and resources in search of healthy skin while also ignorantly engage in other things that don’t work for your skin. Here are some general tips for the DON’Ts for healthy skin, irrespective of skin type or gender.
DON’T Overdo It
Don’t go overboard with your skin care routine. Keeping it as simple as possible will ensure a healthy complexion. Find one routine that works best for your skin type and stick to that for as long as possible! This will help to keep your skin balanced and happy. You only need to wash your face twice a day – any more than that is overdoing it. The skin is a delicate and sensitive part of the human body. It is important to pamper your skin with the right skin care products. Do not overdo it by using too many chemicals on your face as they will cause redness and rashes. Minimize the use of compacts, different creams, and powders.
DON’T Use Excessive Medication
Do not use medicines to enhance the quality of your skin, unless necessary for conditions such as acne and psoriasis. The excess use of medicines has serious side effects which can worsen the problems you are facing already. Bleaching your skin or using chemicals to alter your skin color could lead to early skin aging, wrinkling, and potentially skin cancer.
DON’t Wear Itchy Clothes
Anything that causes rashes constricts body parts, or leaves red marks on your skin should not be part of your routine.
Don’t Pick Pimples
Don’t pop or pick your pimples! It’s tempting, but seriously, you’ll regret the scarring that picking leaves behind. Often there are pimples that develop on the skin due to the increased secretion of oil. Do not touch the pimples with your nails. They become septic and also leave the face with marks. Let the pimples stay and buy an instrument from a nearby medical store to get rid of black and white heads.
DON’T Sleep With Makeup On
Do we really need to talk about why not? Always clean makeup before going to bed and let your skin breathe, as leaving makeup on overnight can cause complexion problems.
DON’t Touch Your Face Too Much
The hands have the highest number of germs and bacteria, as they are ours means to hold and carry things. Constant touching of your skin can transfer all the dirt on your hands to your face and can make your skin look dull and dirty. The more you touch your face, the more problems you’ll have. When you touch your face with unclean hands, you are placing bacteria from your dirty hands to your face and fueling the blemishes. Keep your hands off your face as much as possible and avoid popping blemish.
DON’T Do Experiments With Skin Care Products
Often, people tend to experiment with a product just because the advert says it’s good or it works for their friends. However, experimenting with products could be harmful to the skin. Testing out too many serums and constantly changing your skin care routine will irritate your skin. The skin is a very delicate organ. One has to first know their skin type in order to know the right products to use and apply to the skin.
DON’T Smoke And Drink
The more you smoke, the quicker your skin gets old. The nicotine that we take in while smoking narrows the blood vessels and thus the flow of oxygen to every part of the skin gets restricted. Even alcohol and coffee can make your skin dull.
So, make sure you nourish your body with all the required nutrients by eating healthy, hydrate your cells by drinking plenty of water, and tone your skin by doing regular exercises. This will keep your skin healthy and glowing.
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