5 Acne-Fighting Tricks For The Best Skin Ever!

Cleanse with a Konjac sponge.

A Konjac sponge is made of a porous root vegetable and is more gentle than a scrub so you can use it daily to exfoliate and to remove makeup. Excellent for use on all skin types and gentle enough for those with sensitive skin. Free of preservatives, artificial fragrances and bio-degradable.

Try a Honey Facial

Raw honey was prized for its healing properties in ancient civilizations and Manuka honey has a considerably higher level of enzymes than regular honey. These enzymes create a natural hydrogen peroxide that works as an antibacterial. Some strains of this New Zealand honey are particularly rich in hydrogen peroxide, methylglyoxal and dihydroxyacetone. These antibacterial properties and antioxidants are incredible for your skin and a powerful skin treatment.

Apply a thin layer of raw honey to your skin using circular motion, leave for a couple of minutes and gently rinse off with warm water.

Calm Redness with Ice

Like any inflammation, a few minutes of ice can help reduce the swelling and shrink any acne spots that you may have.
Wrap ice cubes in a washcloth and apply to your face. This DIY facial will restrict bloodvessels and calm redness. Follow with an all-over acne treatment like the Acne Clearing Solution.

Prep your skin

Prep your skin with a mattifying moisturizer like the Murad Oil-Control Mattifier SPF 15. Pair your moisturizer with a BB cream with Tea tree oil or witch hazel to combat inflammation and provide coverage. Thanks to its astringent properties, witch hazel is a very effective natural acne treatment.

Clean you sponges.

Prevent future breakouts by cleaning makeup sponges after every use. Coming a tablespoon of mild shampoo with warm water, rinse the sponge or let them sit overnight.

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