Are Skin Blemishes a Nightmare For You? These Tips Will Help You Get Rid of them

By:Vasudha Bhat, Onlymyhealth Editorial Team,Date:Mar 11, 2014

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If blemishes are creating havoc in your life, use these remedies to get rid of them permanently.
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    Why Burn a Hole in Pocket?

    It is not necessary that each time you desire to have a flawless skin you have to burn a hole in your pocket. Expensive parlors and high-priced cosmetics can undoubtedly give you your preferred results but why not opt for remedies which need little effort and money and yet give you a blemish-free and radiant skin.

    These tips will help you achieve a skin that glows and a pocket that does not ache.

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    Give Your Skin Some Fresh Air

    Just like your lungs, your skin also needs fresh air. Use a mild soap to clean your face so that your pores remain open and can breathe some air.

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    Drink Lots of Water

    Drinking ample amount of water can be a cure for many digestion related problems. Water helps the food to get digested and cleans the bowels. When the body is clean from inside, it radiates on the face and the skin becomes clear.

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    Take Ample Sleep

    A human body needs at least 8 hours of sleep in the night to re-gain all the lost energy. Sleep deprivation can be a cause for many problems which includes having an unhealthy skin. Take a peaceful sleep so that your skin can also rejuvenate.

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    Keep Your Skin Clean

    Dirt and pollution damages the skin all day long. It is very essential to wash your face at least twice a day. Washing your face regularly can help you get rid of the dirt accumulated on your face which causes acne and pimples.

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    Avoid Make-Up

    Try to avoid frequent usage of make-up on face. Excessive usage of make-up can damage the skin leading to blemishes. Also, never forget to remove cosmetics applied on the face before you go off to sleep.

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    Don't Touch Your Face Often

    Hands can have accumulated dirt on them when not washed frequently. Therefore, to avoid the dirt getting transferred to your face, avoid touching your face as much as possible.

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    Use Homemade Face Packs

    Face packs available on stores can have chemical content in them. To avoid that, make your own mixtures at home using papaya, honey, besan, tomato, lemon, etc. to have a radiating and spot-free skin.

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    Avoid Sun Exposure

    When sun rays fall on the acne, it can cause blemishes on the face. Use susnscreen with an SPF value of at least 15. Sun rays can also cause pigmentation therefore, never forget to cover your face before you step out of the house, especially in summers.

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    Calamine Lotion

    Calamine lotion absorbs all the oil from the skin thus, leaving the skin blemish-free. Apply lotion on the blemishes regularly and you will surely notice the results.

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    Exfoliate Every Week

    Use antibacterial scrub to clean your skin at least once a week and not more than twice. These scrubs help clear the top layer of the skin (dead skin) which leads to cell renewal and brightening of the skin.

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