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Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Guest post by the Manhattan Beauty School-Hair Design Institute - How to treat Acne

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How Asian Women Can Treat Acne
In general, Asian women are known to have beautiful hair and skin. However, from time to time Asian women experience acne just like everyone else. No one likes living with unsightly spots or blemishes. The good news is that with a little bit of work, treating acne does not have to be a very difficult task. Here are some tips.

Be sure to use a soap-free cleanser that is made for your skin type so that you don’t cause your skin to become oilier or dry out too much. It’s okay to wash your face once in the morning and once at night, but try to avoid cleansing more than that.

Be sure to exfoliate your skin weekly in order to get rid of any impurities and dead skin. Exfoliating also helps to get rid of the oil buildup that leads to acne.

Use a light moisturizer that has sunscreen in it every morning. While you may be afraid that the moisturizer will cause your skin to act out, it is important to protect your skin from the sun and air. Try using a cream that has citrusy fruit enzymes and vitamin A to help prevent breakouts and to hydrate your skin. If you’re uncomfortable with this idea, see your dermatologist and have him/ her recommend a moisturizer for you.

Finally, keep a healthy diet by staying away from fried or fatty foods and eating more lean proteins and leafy vegetables. Also be sure to drink at least eight glasses of water a day.

This beauty remedy should be a part of your daily routine so that you minimize the probability of breaking out. Good luck!


PinkOrchids said...

Great post!! Acne is such a pain >.<

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