Getting clear skin is a simple matter of paying attention to your daily habits.
First of all, beauty works from the inside out.
Make it your mission to eat as well balanced a diet as possible and take a multi vitamin every day.
While diet has never been shown to have a direct affect on having clear skin or as acne prevention, it is widely known that diet does promote general health and is very likely to play a role in good or clear skin.
It is important and recommended that you consume at least 4-5 servings of fruits and vegetables per day.
This will help you have clear skin. Certain vitamins such as A, C and E are classified as antioxidants and are also cancer fighters.
Get as much sleep as possible (eight to nine hours is the optimum) because it will do your skin and body a world of good.
Clear skin needs to be well rested so if you cannot get enough sleep at night, try to have a catnap sometime during the day. Even a ten to fifteen minute nap is advisable if that is all the time you can spare.
Adequate hydration promotes clear skin. If you want to keep or improve your complexion, drink at least 6-8 eight-ounce glasses a day (more if you're really a go getter!). Clearer skin, here you come!
Any form of aerobic exercise done at least 20-30 minutes per day will get your blood flowing and help keep your skin as clear as possible. And excercise will play a direct role in the levels of stress in your body. Stress is known to have a "bad" affect on general health, clear skin and acne.
Just remember that sweat and oil accumulate faster with exercise so shower directly after your exercise regimen to retain clear, unblemished skin.
How else can you get clear skin?
Well for another thing, makeup is for daytime and evening wear not for bedtime.
Cosmetics left on the face can clog up pores with dirt and debris.
This can lead to problems such as acne or folliculitis.
Your best bet is to take it off with a mild soap free cleanser before you turn in for the night.
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