There’s a lot of big, science-y words we can use to talk about acne and the treatments we’ve created here at Clearogen. But when it comes down to it, what really matters to you is the nitty-gritty: What should I do to get clear skin? We’re gonna break down the best practices for getting clear skin, and keeping it that way.
Keen for Clean: Wash your face in the morning and the evening. If you are prone to dryness, you can skip the morning wash. It’s highly recommended that you also wash after any exercise or sweat-inducing activities.
Be Gentle: Don’t get too rigorous in your desire to get clean skin. Use a mild cleanser and there’s no need to scrub excessively. We formulated Clearogen’s Foaming Cleanser to deep clean without that unpleasant dry feeling after. No wonder it has a cult following!
Swipe Right: Don’t skip toner! If you have oily skin, a toner makes a huge difference. That quick swipe of a cotton round saturated with the right toner can help pores tighten, which helps prevent bacteria and dirt getting in there.
Go All In: Clean skin is good, but you still need to TREAT acne. A lot of people mistakenly just dab on their acne cream on each blemish. This works for those who have only occasionally pimples and just want to dry it out so it goes away quickly. But if you deal with acne breakouts regularly, you need to treat your entire face. We formulated Clearogen to not only treat acne, but prevent it. So, applying a thin layer all over the face each day will lead to clear skin.
Zzzzzz: Get your beauty sleep! But not on a dirty pillowcase. Make sure to change your pillowcase frequently. This is often a hidden culprit of breakouts.
Good Clean Living: Healthy eating, staying hydrated, exercise and addressing underlying health conditions are all contributors to good skin. It’s not as important as the steps above, but it certainly won’t hurt!
So those are the big secrets to ending breakouts. Not so hard and complicated, right? Following these best practices for clear skin can get you on track to more confidence in just a few months.