Use clinical products – Go to a professional and get the correct skin care for your skin. Professional products contain active ingredients to help correct skin conditions such as acne.
Moisturize! – Although you may have oily skin. Moisturizing is very important. When you don’t use a moisturizer your skin produces more oil to hydrate which can lead to breakouts.
Changing your pillowcase out – Your pillow is touching your face for 8 hours every night! Be sure it isn’t harboring bacteria.Pull your hair back while you sleep- The oils from your hair can be transferred to your skin leading to breakouts.
Shower after working out – After sweating out toxins make sure you are cleaning your skin after.
Clean your cell phone – We touch our phones with our hands, our friends use them, and then they touch our face. Make sure you are cleaning your screen regularly.
Don’t pick at your skin – This can lead to scarring by damaging your skin tissues.It will not make your breakout go away any faster. Try using a blemish spot treatment to speed up the recovery of your breakout.
Get facials – Your esthetician can use stronger products than the ones you use at home. It also give them a chance to look at your skin and make sure you are on the track for clearing up your skin.
Makeup – Make sure your makeup is non comedogenic (will not clog pores) Usually mineral makeup is recommended.