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Artículo: 7 Lifestyle Habits to Control Your Acne Breakouts For Good

7 Lifestyle Habits to Control Your Acne Breakouts For Good
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7 Lifestyle Habits to Control Your Acne Breakouts For Good

Acne is commonly thought of as a problem that plagues us when we’re teens going through our awkward puberty stage, but the reality is many people will deal with annoying breakouts well into adulthood.

Breakouts can result in pimples, whiteheads, blackheads, or inflammation, and all of them are never fun to deal with. Thankfully, the commonality of acne means dermatologists have identified the most common causes and know the best habits for avoiding breakouts.

Whether you’re always dealing with new spots of acne or are lucky enough to only have the occasional pimple, check out these tips to prevent acne breakouts proactively.

Balance your skincare routine

Your goal with your skincare routine should be to give your skin the healthy treatment it needs without overdoing it. That means avoiding products that contain harsh chemicals and oil because these kinds of ingredients can aggravate the situation. Additionally, avoid over-exfoliating. Exfoliating is an important part of any skin care regimen because those dry, dead skin cells on the surface need to be removed in order for new, fresh skin cells to take their place, but doing it too often will strip your face of its natural oils and often cause a breakout.

Use SPF Daily

As every dermatologist will tell you, a balanced skincare routine also includes sunblock every day, regardless of how cloudy or dreary it may seem outside. This is because even if it isn’t bright out, your skin is still exposed to the sun’s potentially damaging UV rays. Without protection, skin can get sunburnt or otherwise damaged, leading to an overproduction of oils, exacerbating your acne issues.

Clean your pillowcase regularly

Your face lays on your pillowcase every night for hours at a time, and even if you’re going to bed with a freshly washed face, the fabric can soak up all the drool, sweat, night moisturizer build-up, and other gunk.

It’s recommended to wash pillowcases a minimum of once a week, so you aren’t consistently putting your face on this build-up of grime. If you don’t want to run a load of laundry every week, get several sets of pillowcases and change them when necessary. 

Stay Hydrated

Ensuring your skin is sufficiently hydrated is one of the most important parts of your skincare routine and important to prevent a breakout. This doesn’t mean just applying moisturizing cream and hydrators twice a day. You should also invest in a humidifier, especially in the wintertime when the weather can get especially dry and in the summer when your A/C is going full blast. Keep it running in your room while you sleep so your skin can soak in the hydration.

When choosing a moisturizer for acne prone skin, use something that won't clog your pores. One powerful hydrator for acne is Oxygenetix Acne Control Hydro-Matrix that is breathable and contains acne fighting ingredients.

Don’t pick at your face

It’s very tempting to squeeze a pimple, but don’t. Poking, prodding, squeezing, popping, and otherwise picking at will usually result in inflammation and can lead to scarring. Popping pimples on your own can also spread the bacteria and cause more acne to form!

Although it may take some time to work, a topical treatment is best at reducing the appearance of these annoying little things and can prevent new pimples from forming.

Adopt a Healthy diet

Sugary foods high in carbs like cookies, cakes, and pies may taste great, but they’re not all that great for your skin. They can also have a negative effect on your blood sugar. Skim milk and other dairy products are also known to increase the chance of a breakout.

Get enough Sleep

Getting the proper amount of sleep isn’t just important to feeling well-rested and giving your body the time it needs to rejuvenate itself – it can also do wonders for your skin. All of your body’s functions will benefit from the recommended seven to eight hours of rest, and staying well-rested can also reduce stress, meaning fewer breakouts.

Use Oxygenetix Acne Control Hydro-Matrix

If you’re tired of dealing with stubborn, annoying breakouts, then you need to try our Acne Control Hydro-Matrix. It provides deep hydration while also gently exfoliating to clear pores, fight ingrown hairs, and moisturizing skin. With our exclusive Ceravitae® complex that helps your skin absorb more oxygen and stimulate skin cell production, hyaluronic acid to improve texture and restore suppleness to your skin, and salicylic acid that clears out pores, the Acne control Hydro-Matrix is a must-have for any skincare routine!

Visit our website now to get your Oxygenetix products and be on your way to healthy, glowing skin!

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