Acne breakouts occur because of alterations made to the daily routine. Changing shampoo, face creams, and soaps can be the causes for acne breakout.
Below are 7 simple ways by which you can avoid acne breakouts:
1. Choose acne-friendly makeup
Clogged pores are one of the reasons for breakouts. The makeup products we use affect the health of the skin. So, if the skin is prone to acne breakouts, look for non-comedogenic products which mean that the product is specifically designed to not clog the pores.
2. Change pillow cases weekly
It is necessary to change the pillow case frequently, as sweat, dirt and makeup from your face seeps into your pillow every night. If the pillow cases are not washed regularly, it will be like placing your face on a pillow of sweat and dirt for many hours.
3. Review your shampoo
Shampoos and conditioners have fragrances and chemicals, which can irritate the skin and cause breakouts on your forehead, jaw, neck and back. Use non-fragrance or all-natural products and ensure to completely rinse the shampoo out of the hair.
4. Stop touching your face
Keeping unhygienic hands and fingers off your face will help keep it clean and healthy and also prevent acne breakouts.
5. Check the laundry detergent
Laundry detergents can also be a cause of breakouts. The harsh chemicals and fragrances used in the detergent can irritate your skin and cause breakouts. Switch to a non-fragrance detergent or one with natural ingredients to avoid skin problems.
6. Stay out of the sun
Too much sun can cause damage to the skin and cause acne breakout. Apply a generous amount of sunscreen or sun-block to keep the skin hydrated and protected from the sun.
Exercise can reduce the frequency of acne breakouts as working out increases the blood flow through the body and keeps the skin healthy.
Acne breakouts can be prevented by keeping the skin clean. Maintain a healthy diet and avoid using harsh soaps and face wash, which can irritate your already sensitive skin. To get a flawless skin, use the right skin care products that suits your skin.
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