Revitalizing Your Post-Pubescent Skin
Oil, pimples, boils, dry spots – these are common skin problems for people under the age of 18. What happens after that though? Do the problems just go away? Of course not. We all know that. Even though the acne and oil goes away in adulthood, you may still experience some aftermath. Now it’s your job to deal with it as gracefully as possible. Here are some quick tips to help you revitalize your skin post-puberty.
Eat the Right Foods
Your diet has a lot to do with the way your skin looks. If you eat greasy, fatty foods, you’ll have a greasy, fatty face. It’s as simple on that. Try to eat a diet that consists of fruit, vegetables, lean meats, and other foods that are light and nutrient-rich. Your skin will then have all the vitamins and minerals it needs to look its best. You can splurge on occasion, but not too much. Repetition is key at this point.
Get the Right Treatments
Once you hit your mid-20s, you can no longer just rely on your skin’s ability to heal itself. You have to treat it so that it can maintain that youthful glow you may have been missing lately. You could use Microdermabrasion to remove acne scars and exfoliate at the same time. This will unclog your pores and remove the dead skin cells on the surface. When new cells form, they will be just as soft and supple as those of a ‘tween.’ You’ll be pleasantly surprised by the transformation.
Do the Right Chores
The oils that build up on your sheets can actually cause your pubescent problems to resurface. If you want to avoid that “crater face” phase that you dreaded so much, you need to keep your bedding as clean as possible. You should also wash your jackets on a regular basis if you like to wear the same ones over and over. Clean your house as a whole to remove dirt from the air, and your skin will have a fighting chance at shining.
Learn the Right Habits
You probably touch your face a lot more than you realize. Since your fingers touch a variety of other surfaces throughout the day, they are easy sources of dirt and grime. To avoid getting all of that in your pores, you need to avoid touching your face throughout the day. You should do the same with your hair because you can make it look oily by playing with it too much. Try to keep your hands by your side, and you’ll be able to maintain the way your skin looks.
Keep the Right Mindset
At the end of the day, this really is a mind over matter thing. If you focus on the negative aspects of your life, your stress will show on your face. If you focus more on how young you look and feel, people may actually start to compliment you on your flawless skin. Forget about the problems you had in puberty and focus on the road ahead. You’re bound to turn heads if you have confidence working in your favor.
Mark is a skin care expert in Utah, specializing in home based Microdermabrasion treatments using a Riiviva device in combination with his own personal line of custom creams and serums. He works with a passion to give other people the beautiful skin they truly deserve.
About The Author
Mark Taylor is a skincare expert specializing in microdermabrasion treatments using a Riiviva device in combination with his own personal line of custom creams and serums. He works with a passion to give other people the beautiful skin they truly deserve.
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