Everybody knows what a hassle it is to wake up in the morning, look in the mirror and find that a big, unsightly pimple has developed overnight. Everybody deals with this frustration at least once, and chances are that if you are reading this article then you are tired of having to deal with this situation in your daily life. If you are ready to take control of the frustration of dealing with acne then read on, you'll find that getting rid of pimples and unaware the clear skin that lies beneath is not as difficult as you might think!
Clear skin is really a product of one main thing-cleanliness. I'll say it again: Keep Your Face Clean, and you acne problems will soon be a thing of the past. You must be thinking, "Surely it can not be that simple …" "If it was then nobody would suffer from pimple outbreaks!" Well there are a few pitfalls that people fall victim to that make keeping your face clean a little more challenging than it sounds. For instance, many people do not specifically spend time washing their face in the shower. You need to use a washcloth and a facial wash (not your regular bar of soap) to clean your face specifically each and every time you bathe. This can sometimes be problematic, since zits and pimples can be painful to touch once they have developed past a certain point. For this reason a lot of people avoid them in the shower, but they will never go away until they are cleaned directly. If you are able to do this then you will already be well on your way towards getting rid of the pimples that cause you so much frustration.
Even if you are able to clean your face thoroughly in the shower, you still might find that your face is oily and pimples just keep popping up. If that is the case, it might be necessary to wash your face again before bed. This way oils will not be pressed against your face and the pillow for hours each night. In addition, you need to do what you can to keep your face from getting as oily as it normally would. If you are a girl, try not to wear makeup, and if this is not a possibility then just try not to pile it on. Excess makeup can combine with sweat and the natural lubricants in your skin to form pimples. Odds are you would only try to cover these up with more makeup, continuing the cycle. If you use a moisturizer or any other facial product, be sure to use as little as possible, and to wash it off your face completely once it has taken effect.
Keeping your face clean really brings down to common sense. If your face feels dirty, it probably is. If you have been sweating, touching your face, wearing makeup, or doing anything else to increase the oil content of your facial skin, then you need to know instinctively that until your face is washed it is still at risk for an acne breakout. But as long as you remain dedicated and keep your face as clean as possible then getting rid of pimples, blemishes, zits, and acne is really a very simple process, and one that you can accomplish with ease.
Source by Sam J Waymire