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What Is The Regimen That Is Right For You To Have a Clear Skin

Clear skin is marked by blemished-free skin that is free from irritations, inflammation and redness.  When you have clear skin and show no signs of a break out then you are likely doing the right thing for your skin.

Sometimes the clear skin is simply genetic, or something that you’re born with.  However, not everyone is as lucky.  Many people suffer from unsightly blemishes and redness and try tirelessly to find the right product that works.  Other times those who don’t have clear skin don’t realize that the little habits they perform daily could be the culprit.

So what is the perfect regimen for clear skin?  Well, that depends on your skin type, but reading further into this article will help you learn what's the best skin care routine for you

 What Is Clear Skin?

Clear skin is skin that is free from blemishes, doesn’t experience tightness when washed and feels comfortable and smooth. The clear skin may sometimes experience the occasional zit or rash but shouldn’t last for long because the ideal regimen should correct it.

Your face reveals a lot about your health and if you’re seeking to look younger then obtaining clear skin is the path to looking more youthful.  It’s not enough to simply want it, but trial and error along with a skin analysis will tell you more about your skin that you probably have ever known.

Clear skin also goes beyond how it looks, but how it reacts to environmental and internal factors.  Typically if you’re allergic to certain foods, this can manifest on the skin in the form of a rash or puffiness. As for the environment, the sun and plants that you may be allergic to may also cause harm.

The clear skin should also be:

  • Consistent In Color
  • Well Hydrated
  • Feels Healthy
  • Tingle, Itch And Burn-Free

You shouldn’t really notice your skin on a daily basis, if you experience itchiness, burning or any type of tingling, then something is up. Perhaps you’re allergic to an ingredient in your skin care.

 

What’s The Best Regimen For Me?

 Finding the right skin care depends on your skin type.  A skin type determines how your skin feels on most occasions.  If you have dry skin, you may experience tightness and peeling, which means your skin is in need of moisture.  Since this skin type is prone to flakiness, regular exfoliation is also important to slough away dead skin. Since dry skin depends so highly on moisture, it’s important to seek out one that contains benefits like alpha hydroxy acid, which will retain and attract water to the skin.

For oily skin, the opposite effect holds true to keep the skin smooth and clear.  Since oily skin has an abundance of sebum that produces oil on the skin, it is important to find products that will alleviate the greasy feel, often associated with this skin type, but not dry it out.  Oil-free products are some of the best items to use, but can sometimes do more harm than good if the ingredients are not beneficial. Alcohol Denat, which suck up oil can sometimes make it even more oil, so try natural ones, such as which hazel or products containing glycolic acids or clay to keep the skin looking fresh.

Normal skin is the most ideal skin type because it’s essentially problem-free.  Aside from the occasional breakout, normal skin can pretty much stand up to anything.  Ideally normal skin should be comfortable without irritations, so you want to use products that will balance the skin and keep it healthy.  Exfoliation is also beneficial for this skin type to help skin retain its glow and to better absorb moisturizers.  To keep skin at the “normal” level, it’s best to keep skin away from the sun and harsh chemicals so blemishes don’t occur.

Sensitive skin is highly affected by what’s applied to it and sometimes by what you eat.  Allergens in the air, harsh chemicals, certain foods and even abrasive products can all easily make sensitive skin worse.  If you often experience stinging or burning, no matter what you use then you probably have sensitive skin.  Ingredients to avoid are sulfates, acids soaps and ingredients such as menthols and peppermint, which can cause irritation.  Instead, opt for soothing aloe, oatmeal, cucumber seed, honey, panthenol, humectants, emollients and other quelling ingredients to prevent flare-ups.

Clear skin depends on being smart about what you put on it.  A great regimen will keep your skin clear, taut and looking fresh. Keep these tips in mind for your skin type. 

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