That's all of them! Over the past 15 days we revealed the top 15 surprising mistakes you might be making your acne getting worse. If you're making these mistakes, be sure to try and correct them… you never know this may significantly help reduce your acne. Comment below to let us know your thoughts… was it helpful? Did you guess any right? Were you doing anything wrong? And if you missed out… don't worry you can view and download from the link... http://ow.ly/AoxD30bMZVT
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Number 7... Impatient? Have you ever tried a product such as a cleansers and if there is no difference after a couple of days you give up? It can take sometimes take around 6-8 weeks to see if something is working for your acne. It is important not to expect immediate results.
Starting tomorrow for the next 15 days we'll be revealing the top 15 surprising mistakes you might be making that can result in your acne getting worse. Can you guess what some may be? Comment below see if you get it right and don't forget to check in everyday to get the full list!
Number 6... The environment you spend majority or long periods of your time in could be encouraging your acne. E.g. The temperature causing sweat or grease encountered in the work environment (for example, a kitchen) vs. being outside in nature allowing fresh air to your face. It is important you take the time to immerse yourself in nature for this reason as well to help reduce stress.
Number 11... Eating unhealthy can sometimes help encourage acne typically with greasy or food with high amounts of sugar. Being cautious about what you eat and stick away from those foods that may encourage acne. This may change for different people but low glycemic diets have shown some improvements.
Number Not washing bed sheets, pillow cases and towels that you use everyday enough. You could be continuing to spread bacteria and encourage bad hygiene. For the long hours you spend in bed it is best to have a clean place to sleep.
Number 13... Exercise! Exercise helps cut stress, which may contribute to acne outbreaks. Physical activity also helps your skin by increasing your blood circulation, which sends more oxygen to your skin cells and carries cell waste away. But keep in mind that sweat from exercise can also lead to breakouts by irritating your skin. http://www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/acne/features/lifestyle
Number 15... Not drinking enough water. Because water helps to stabilise the ph of your skin, it’s only natural that it helps fight acne. Consuming high levels of sugar, caffeine, processed foods and certain fats can contribute to your acne and imbalance the chemicals and hormones in your body. On the other hand, drinking enough water can keep those things balanced and prevent breakouts, keep your skin clear, hydrated and brighter - MTL Blog