How to Manage Pimples and Still Be Beautiful

Saturday, September 6, 2008

Discover how you can still be beautiful with pimples by emphasizing your best features while taking steps to bring those annoying breakouts under control!

Think of some qualities yourself that you feel good about and put some energy towards them for a change!Make a list in your head or write them down.
Show off the good stuff! If you have big, beautiful eyes, show them off! What is your best feature? Eyes? Lips? Nails? Hair? If you have healthy nails, manicure them!If you have voluminous, silky hair, add hair gems to emphasize it!
Keep your skin clean and apply any treatments properly. Make sure to take extra care to wash off any make-up entirely.
Make an appointment to see a dermatologist for help in establishing a personalized treatment plan if you truly feel overwhelmed.
Remember that almost everyone has had break-outs. You are not alone!

Sweating opens your pores; after you work out be sure to cleanse and wash your face. After you are done washing your face either apply cold water to your face with a washcloth, or apply vitamin E oil, and then apply a cold washcloth.
If you start to feel really unhappy try using plain refrigerated yogurt as you would soap once every night. If used properly it will clear most acne cases up in a few days. Put some on a wash cloth and gently scrub, if you scrub to vigourusly you will scrape the tops off your pimples and make the problem even worse.
If a breakout starts to make you feel a bit insecure, remember to not put your focus on your flaws (using too much cover-up) so that they do not become the focus of others! Be sure to bring out your beauty, instead.
Try to keep your hands away from problem areas, touching the area can cause dirt to get "ground in" making the break-out worse.
Make sure and keep anything that touches your face clean. For example, if you wear glasses make sure that your frames and lens are cleaned regularly.
But remember- the easiest way to get rid of pimples is: cleanse your face in the morning when you wake up and at night when you go to bed! (Even if it appears clean!)
Pin back or grow out your bangs. The oil from your hair and the constant rubbing aggravates the problem more than it disguises it.
Stop consuming high-caffeine foods and beverages. These make you sweat more often, and more profusely.
High levels of stress often can cause breakouts. Stay relaxed and calm.
Eat yogurt, it has bacteria that help your digestive tract to function, which, in turn, allow your body to disperse nutrients more effectively. This improves both your overall health, and your acne.
Use gentle cleansers, products like Clearasil can be very harsh on sensitive skin.

How you feel about your outward appearance can wreak havoc on how you feel about yourself inside and vice versa. Start practicing putting your best self forward so you can feel good about yourself on the inside and out!
Don't pick at the spots it can cause them to get infected and they will take longer to heal.
If you have a spot that you absolutely must open (to relieve the pressure)only pop it using the ends of your fingers, using nails and needles will lead to even worse scarring!
Do not use peppermint (or mint in general) based cleansers, mint irritates skin and can make things worse!
Exfoilaite more then 3 times a week can be very hurtful to your skin and can ruin your skins natural barrier to bacteria!


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