How to Have Clear Skin Naturally

How to Have Clear Skin Naturally?

How to Have Clear Skin Naturally

  1. Know your skin type. Different skin types need different types of care. It’s very important to know what type of care you need to get the best methods for clearing your skin. Here are some different skin types and their descriptions:
    • Dry Skin. Dry skin usually has a dull appearance, feels dry and itchy and is sometimes sensitive. Dry skin must be hydrated regularly from the inside (with fresh water) and outside with (mists), as well as moisturized with rich hydrating creams or lotions.
    • Oily Skin. Oily skin usually looks slippery and shiny and has a greasy texture. This type of skin is prone to acne. Oily skin benefits from periodic herbal steam treatments and clay masks.
    • Normal Skin. This skin type is a gift. Not too oily and not too dry. Normal skin looks consistently plump, moist, and vibrant. What a great blessing but it still requires no less attention than other skin types. It benefits from regular cleansing, toning and moisturizing.
    • Most people have at least two different types of facial skin at any given time. The combination of skin is frequently characterized by an oily “T-zone” area, which covers the forehead, nose and chin. While the skin around the cheeks, eyes and mouth is normal or dry. These different types of skin call for different treatments, so people with combination skin should assess their skin regularly and use different products on different areas of the face.
  2. Drink water. Water cleanses your body, helping eliminate toxins. It also hydrates you and rids your skin of dirt and oils. Try to drink half your body weight in ounces (for example, if you weight 100 lbs, drink 50 ounces of water a day).


  3. Use natural cleansers. Facial cleansers with too many harsh chemicals can actually be harmful to your skin. Proactiv has been known to strip paint off of walls and bleach certain fabrics. Using natural, organic cleansers can help your skin clear up faster and can be much more effective than unnatural cleansers.


  4. Change your diet. Eat lots of fruits, nuts, seeds, beans etc. Eating healthy along with taking in the right vitamins can do wonders for your skin. Try going vegan for a week to see what it does for you.


    • Avoid eating meat, fish, eggs, fried foods, white flour and white sugar products, coffee, tea, soft drinks, alcohol, tobacco, drugs, including contraceptive drugs, and any other stimulating over-the-counter medicines.
  5. Wear less makeup. Wearing too much makeup will be damaging for your skin in the long run. Chances are people don’t notice skin breakouts when they first see you. If you have to wear makeup, use natural and mineral makeup only.


  6. Don’t stay in the sun for too long. Try not to go in the sun for long periods between 10:00 AM — 2:00 PM. That time of day is when the sun’s rays are their strongest. Sunlight on your skin is a great source of vitamin D but it it can also lead to wrinkles and skin cancer.


    • Remember to use NATURAL sunscreen, SPF 15 or higher.
  7. Exercise, around 15 minutes a day. Exercising properly can make your skin glow. Be sure to wash your face afterwards, sweat and dirt can clog your pores.


  8. Be sure to wash your face properly. Wash two or three times a day with a face wash, and sparingly follow-up with the toner directly on the affected areas. When washing your face, especially when washing off make-up, splash on cold water first as it helps to tighten the pores. Then apply your cleanser or mild soap and rinse with warm water. Follow-up with a quick cold water splash. Warm water opens up and loosens the pores of your skin. People do not realize that when rinsing the face with warm water, the pores open-up and are exposed to the bacteria, dirt, and make-up build-up, which can absorb further into the pores or can get smudged around the face through the washing process. Washing in such a way only spreads the germs and does not effectively eliminate unwanted dirt and build-up. Splashing the face first with cold water contracts the pores, sealing them off from further contamination, thus facilitating the complete removal of dirt and build-up without contributing to the spreading of dirt and bacteria. Rinsing with cold water after washing tightens the pores to seal them off from further exposure.


  9. Drinking three cups per day of organic red clover tea as a natural blood purifier can help your acne clear up. Besides purifying the blood, there are dietary suggestions one can follow that can facilitate a quick recovery from outbreaks of acne. Eat a diet high in Vitamins A, B-complex, and C ,or if need be, take daily oral doses of these vitamins. A study by Dr. Samuel Bluefard of Northwestern University found that «a combination of one gram of vitamin C, orange juice-plus 100,000 units of vitamin A administered daily benefits adolescent acne.»


  10. For deep blemishes and long term infections, try diluted apple cider vinegar. Lavender oil can also be used as an effective anti-acne facial steam by diluting a couple drops in a hot pot of water, covering your head with a towel, and then by placing your face over the pot. The lavender steam opens up the pores and is antiseptic.


  • Do not pick your acne or touch your face and avoid anything that puts pressure on or rubs against the skin (such as headbands or hats) as this increases the irritation of acne. Picking your acne spreads infection and causes permanent scarring by forcing the oil and bacteria into the deeper skin layers, which causes cysts, the inflamed acne that causes scarring.
  • Do not scrub your skin. Excessive scrubbing, especially with abrasive soaps, increases the number of dead, loose skin cells, which contribute to an increase of the plugging of the oil glands. If you like to use a facial scrub, only do so once a week, scrubbing gently and lightly.
  • Do not use creams containing Vitamin A or Vitamin D as these vitamins are not absorbed by the skin and thus such lotions are unnecessary.
  • Do not clean your face with soap, which is harsh and irritates the skin follicles and the oil glands. In fact, a report by physicians issued by the Kansas State Department of Health states that, «Twenty-five percent of acne can be managed successfully by washing the face four or five times a day…But this cleansing should not be done with soap…The sebaceous glands are irritated by soap and the irritation causes the glands to secrete still more sebum than normal.» Soap has been documented frequently in medical literature to have irritating qualities.
  • Avoid using cosmetics as much as possible. If you do wear cosmetics, try to use as many natural cosmetics as possible or choose cosmetic products that state that they are either oil-free (water based) or non-comedogenic, which means that they have a low potential for producing acne. Also, always remember to wash off your make-up at night.
  • Use a cleanser that is alkaline (the coating that clogs pores is acidic and thus becomes neutralized).
  • Avoid applying to your skin synthetic chemicals and products that leave residue build-up, provoking acne. Such chemicals include but are not limited to propylene glycol, sodium lauryl sulfate, sodium laureth sulfate, propylene glycol, mineral oil, and parabens.
  • Too much sunlight to the skin can cause freckles. So if you do go out in the sun, if needed, wear sunscreen!

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