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20 Skincare Tips to Prevent Pimples

A pimple is an inflamed blemish in a blocked pore on the surface layer of your skin. Acne spots can appear red or with spots of white (whiteheads) or black (blackheads). These unsightly bumps occur because of an overproduction of oil and bacteria buildup.

Pimples show up on your face, chest, neck, and shoulders because that’s where there are lots of oil glands. If you struggle with pimples, here are twenty skincare tips to help you eliminate these unsightly blemishes. Pimples are small growth in clogged pores of your skin. These pus-filled blemishes get inflamed and red.

On the other hand, acne is a disease. Pimples are a symptom you may have acne. Acne causes pimples to develop on your face, neck, or chest.

Teenagers and young adults are prone to pimples due to hormonal changes. Many adults get pimples into their twenties and thirties.  ADVERTISEMENT Washing your face is the number one skincare practice to prevent pimples. Daily washing removes dirt, dead skin, and any extra oil buildup.

Avoid washing your face more than a couple of times daily because you’ll dry out your skin. Use warm water and a mild cleanser designed for your face. Harsh soaps are too abrasive.

They can make the inflammation from the pimples worse. Don’t scrub too hard. Instead, use a washcloth or your hands.

Always rinse your face well and dry your face with a clean towel. Wash the towel and washcloth daily to prevent the spread of bacteria.  ADVERTISEMENT If you have pimples, you might think you should skip moisturizer. Instead, choose a moisturizer that will prevent dryness or peeling.

The moisturizer you choose should say “noncomedogenic” on the label. This designation means it won’t cause blemishes or breakouts. Next, choose the moisturizer

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