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How To Minimise Your Chances Of Getting Spots
Skin & Body
Drink water regularly, this will help to clear your body of toxins (including your face)😊
Buy some daily vitamin supplements, good ones are Centrum daily tablets or bassetts chewables. Chances are if you are getting spots its because your not eating/drinking well enough. This means you are not giving your body the minerals to function properly, causing spots.
You've been told this 10000000 billion times but eat your 5 a day, this helps so much. Fruit and veg have so many vitamins inside.
Sleep is so important, spots can start to disappear overnight. Try to get as much sleep as possible, this is when your body has time to fix any problems going on with your skin.
Make up is essential to most people's lives, it gives them self confidence, looks nice etc. Remember to wash your makeup of at night, or even if your not wearing any makeup, still wash your face. Oils can sink into the skin and cause spots, this can happen under makeup, or from a plain face.
Don't try the toothpaste on spots trick, it doesn't work!
Other false home remedies include: - ice - honey - salt scrub - lemon juice - lime juice
These will only make your spots more red and more inflamed.
Steam your face regularly, this will drag out impurities so your spots will disappear quicker.
If you are going to try a face mask get it done professionally, the ones from shops only drag out your pores. They do not help to get rid of them.
Try not to squeeze your spots, this will make the area red and inflamed, the last thing you want along with a spot. If you are going to squeeze the spot do it very carefully so you don't damage the skin around the spot and do it with a tissue and cleanse the face straight after.
Liquid foundations tend to have a lot of oil in them causing spots to appear. Mineral powders do not give as good coverage but have no oil in them. Try to avoid makeup entirely if you can, this will help reduce the amount of oil that comes into contact with your skin.
Moisturisers are good for your skin, however some may contain oils which will cause spots, also apply sparingly as it may not be the products that is causing spots but the way you are applying it that is. Always read the label.