5 steps to get rid of acne

You struggle every day with those ugly pimples that won’t give you a break!? We are here to help you with simple solutions, even simpler that you though!

You struggle every day with those ugly pimples that won’t give you a break!? We are here to help you with simple solutions, even simpler that you though!

1.     Start from the precise target!

Choose only cosmetic products that are capable to help you with your problem. Try not to avoid them, we recommend the double “Spot Wand” from Boots. In day light it offers you perfect coverage and at night it acts like a great treatment

2.     Don’t ever go to bed with your make-up on!

The key rule for a perfect face is to clean your skin every night before you go to bed. Use a make-up remover with anti-bacterial action. We advise you to use it in the night but also in the morning when you wake-up. Have you ever tried Avon foam Plus Pure Pore-Fection?[singlepic id=603 h=120 float=left]

3.     Area with problems needs intense hydration

Because acne needs a deep cleaning, your skin will be starving for some good nutrients. So, forget about the stupid rule according to which if you use face creams you will never get rid of pimples! There is a solid proof that dry skin is also sensible to acne, not only oily skin. So, you should try a hydrating cream with medication too. Try Garnier Skin Naturals Pure A.

4.     Offer your skin some space!

You don’t have to leave her home alone and watch a football game; all you have to do is to replace your daily foundation with a light texture foundation, like the one Maybelline has, “Your Dream Satin Liquid.” It is softer than any other foundations and it has a perfect coverage area![singlepic id=604 h=150 float=right]

5.     Clean the problematic spots!

This is the last, but not least, step! Clean the infected area with a cotton disc dipped in purifying lotion and cleans your face, with bigger attention on pimples. Try one of the best solutions, Vichy Normaderm Antistrigent Purifiant, that contains salicylic acid.

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