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Six Natural Tips for Having Clearer Skin

Posted by on August 20, 2020 in Skin & Hair Care with 0 Comments

While we're not all blessed with the genes for flawless skin, we can all work toward looking better. In the craze for clearer, healthier skin, many products have sprung up promising the world.

However, like with most things in life, the first step to better skin is making small adjustments in our everyday lives.

In this article, we’ll be looking at six natural tips that can help you have healthier, better-looking skin without breaking the bank:

Avoid hot showers.

Although hot showers make you feel warm and comfortable, they may not be doing so much for your skin. The heat from the water can cause your skin to dry and flake. Flaky skin, on the other hand, is a common cause of acne and several skin issues.

Although it might not be comfortable to completely get rid of your hot showers, you should reduce the temperature to something more tolerable for your skin.

Wash your face with ice water.

We all get puffy-faced. Sometimes, it's due to our diets. Other times, it's as a result of regular activities like sleeping.

An efficient hack for dealing with puffy skin is to wash it with copious amounts of cold water. Cold water can constrict our pores and reduce inflammation on the skin almost instantly. It also has the added benefit of making you feel more awake.

Avoid tight bra straps.

If you’re continually having breakouts on your shoulder, the culprit may be your bra straps. Aside from the possibility of allergy to the bra's fabric, its tightness can also be a problem. Tight bras squeeze and irritate the skin and result in breakouts due to oil buildup in constricted pores.

Wearing loose straps can be immensely beneficial to your skin and also makes you comfier.

Sleep on your back.

Getting good sleep is an essential skincare tip. However, how you sleep matters as much as your sleeping time. Aside from UV rays, the second most significant cause of wrinkles is the pillows you sleep on. Think of it as pressing creases into your face every night, and you immediately see how bad it is.

Sleeping on your back is an easy way to avoid this source of wrinkling. Although it isn't natural, it has many benefits, including helping to straighten your spine and reduce tension headaches.

Routinely change your pillowcase.

Considering that your pillows get to touch your face for at least six hours every night, you should probably pay a lot more attention to it. Pillowcases can easily absorb dirt, chemicals from makeup, and even oil from your face. All of these are some reasons why people have breakouts.

Swapping out your pillowcase once a week helps to significantly reduce your risk or having a reaction. If you can do it even more often, you should.

Use salt on zits.

There are so many natural tips for dealing with zits when they finally happen. However, the one we’ve found most effective is applying sea salt on them.

Salt has antibacterial properties and can pull out oil from your pores. All you need to do is mix the sea salt with enough water to form a paste and apply it on the zit. Allow the paste to dry up for anywhere between 10 minutes to an hour, depending on your skin, and then rinse off. You should notice reductions almost immediately.


While these tips are useful, they may not be enough for everyone. Our skin have different needs, and if you feel the need to get more sophisticated solutions to your skin problems, go right ahead.

Just make sure to get all the important information before making a choice. Click here to read this acne skincare review to know what kind of information you should get before buying a product.

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