1)Wash your face properly
- To prevent face from pimples, its must to remove daily excess oil, dirt, and sweat.
Washing your face more than twice a day may make acne worse.
- Don’t wash your face with harsh cleansers that dry skin.
- Wet your face with warm water.
2)Know your skin type
- Anyone gets the pimples, so its not matter skin type.
- most of the time oily skin has imple prone.
- Another type of skin that may cause pimples is combination skin. Combination skin means you have both dry areas and oily areas.
- So knowing your skin type will always make difference to choose the perfect skin care solution.
For example if your skin is oily, choose non comedogenic products that are formulated to not block pores.
- Moisturizers helps skin stay hydrated. But sometimes moisturizers contain oil,fragrance, or other ingredients that irritate skin and cause pimples.
- To prevent from pimples always use non comedogenic moisturizers after you wash your face or when your skin feels dry.
- If you’re dehydrated, your body signal your skin’s oil glands to produce more oil. Dehydration gives your skin a dull appearance and redness.
- To keep your body well-hydrated, drink at least eight 8 glasses of water each day. Drink more after exercise, if you’re pregnant or breastfeeding, or you spend time in a hot, humid environment.
5)Limit sun exposure
- Catching some rays may dry out pimples in the short term, but it causes major problems in the long run. Frequent sun exposure dehydrates the skin, which over time causes it to produce more oil and block pores.
- It’s important to wear sunscreen to help prevent skin cancer. However, many sunscreens are oily. For both sun and pimple protection, wear a noncomedogenic, oil-free sunscreen.
6)Don’t touch your face
- Popping pimples may cause bleeding, severe scarring, or infection.
- As tempting it may be to squeeze that larger-than-life whitehead on the tip of your nose,so don’t tempt face.
- It may also increase inflammation surrounding pores, making your pimple problem worse.
7) Use antibiotics
- If you face pimple issue frequently use antibiotics or consult your with Doctor to help reduce inflammation and bacteria on the skin.
- Antibiotics may be applied to your skin or sometime taken by mouth. Those taken by mouth are usually a last resort for people whose acne is severe or doesn’t respond to other treatments.
- Long-term antibiotic use increases your risk of antibiotic resistance. If your healthcare professional recommends antibiotic therapy for pimples, make sure you talk to them about the risks and side effects.