The Way to a Flawless Skin Complexion #flawless_skin


1. Ignore every commercial, infomercial, or advertisement that involves improving your skin, most are expensive skin-wreckers. If you feel compelled to purchase something you've seen advertised, do extensive research on acne.org or other reliable websites before you buy it.

2. Instead of buying a harsh Neutrogena cleanser, try using the following by themselves or mixed together: honey, crushed regular aspirin, tea tree oil, sea salt, unflavored Greek yogurt, lemon juice, baking soda, or apple cider vinegar. Wet your face with warm water and massage the mixture in. Leave it on for a few minutes and rinse with cool water.

3. Instead of a synthetic Cetaphil moisturizer, try diluted apple cider vinegar. With a cotton ball, apply a mixture of warm water and apple cider vinegar to your face. It will sting at first and the stench reeks, but after a minute it disappears and your skin will glow. Another good natural moisturizer is aloe vera, which you can buy in either a gel or a cream.

4. Always pat your face dry, and never rub it. Never aimlessly pick or pop things on your face, and always wear sunscreen. Stick to simple products!

5. If you have dry skin, avoid foaming and cream cleansers, even though they sound like they will help. They are far more drying then gel cleansers.

6. Instead of an extremely harsh, seriously drying spot treatment like benzoyl peroxide, dip a q-tip in a 2.00 bottle of hydrogen peroxide and dab on a blemish or popped zit. It will disappear faster and leave less of a scar.

7. Pay attention to ingredients. Avoid Sodium Laureth Sulfates and Parabens, which are added to face washes and scrubs so that they foam and lather. They are extremely drying, and can be found in products like Cetaphil.