Step 2: Wash Your Face and Detox Your Pores
Keep your face clean. Dirt, oils, makeup and other muck will clog your pores, irritate your skin and make your acne, blackheads and pimples worse.
Whether you follow a complex 10-step K-beauty skincare approach or are someone who picks up an all-in-one skin product type of gal, don't skip your morning and evening face-washing routine.
For the best results:
- Use just your hands. A washcloth will aggravate acne and redness.
- Avoid using products that contain crushed walnuts and other harsh physical exfoliants.
- Pat your skin dry (don't rub it!).
Step 3: Apply an Exfoliating Facial Sheet Mask for Acne
Using a chemical exfoliant — popular examples include glycolic acid, lactic acid, salicylic acid, etc. — is one of the best things you can do for your blemish-prone skin. Regular usage will:
- Unclog your pores
- Slough off dead skin cells
- Kill the bacteria that trigger acne (the acids have natural antibacterial and antimicrobial properties)
- Rejuvenate your skin, reducing scarring and dark spots from past acne breakouts
- Prevent new blemishes from appearing
Don't waste your money on face washes. The products don't stay in contact with your skin long enough to be truly effective. Instead, use a face mask that helps your skin to soak in all the acne-clearing benefits of the chemical exfoliant.
Your best bet is the Extra Exfoliation Sheet Mask.
This facial sheet mask for acne uses lactic acid to destroy bacteria and unplug your clogged pores. Unlike other acids, lactic acid is gentle enough for blemish-prone skin.
Additional ingredients in this facial sheet mask for breakouts include:
- Aloe vera to help heal and repair your skin after a breakout
- Snow mushroom extract to brighten your complexion (perfect if you're worried about acne scars)
- Rice extract to help soothe away redness
- Sunflower seed oil to help hydrate your skin without clogging your pores again
For the fastest results, use an exfoliating sheet mask for acne two or three times a week for one month.
Step 4: Sip a Detox Tea
An estimated four out of 10 women don't drink enough, and your skin shows it. Not only is staying hydrated essential for firmer skin and a natural glow, but getting more fluids into your diet also helps your body to efficiently circulate nutrients to your skin surface.
For the healthiest skin, try:
- Green tea: Its antioxidants offer anti-aging benefits from the inside out, and may even protect your skin from sun damage.
- Ginger tea: It supports your liver (your body's largest detox organ) and reduces inflammation that may make your pimples and skin redness worse.
- Dandelion tea: It also supports your liver and ensures proper waste elimination.
Step 5: Detox Your Skin With a Facial Sheet Mask for Blemishes
Just as green tea helps you detox your whole body, it may also help to detox your skin surface.
Every day, your skin is bombarded with free radicals, dirty air and city grime. All of these pollutants irritate your skin and trigger breakouts, and if left unmanaged, can also lead to signs of premature aging (e.g. fine lines, wrinkles, loss of collagen, etc.).
Heal your acne, detox your pores and get ahead of the problem with a Green Tea Detox Purifying Mask.
This facial sheet mask for blemishes offers high antioxidant levels and moisturizing properties. It will help to repair your skin's natural barriers, neutralize free radicals, and purify your every pore for a clearer, brighter complexion.
For the best results, detoxify your skin with a facial sheet mask for pimples once a week.
Step 6: Don't Add Toxins Back to Your Skin
After doing all this work to heal your skin, don't trigger another breakout by adding toxins back to your pores.
From hairsprays to moisturizers, we put a lot of products on our bodies to make ourselves look and feel our best. Unfortunately, these products may not help your skin to look and feel its best. For clearer skin, we recommend that you:
- Try to keep your hair out of your face. Conditioners, styling products and your hair's natural oils can cause pimples.
- Read the labels. Look for skincare products and makeup that's labeled as "oil-free" or "non-comedogenic."
- Use a good makeup remover every night if you wear makeup.
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