Sunday, 4 August 2013

Clogged pores on cheeks

Clogged pores on cheeks

The question arises in everyone's mind that how to get rid of clogged pores on cheeks. Well the answer is, you have to be patient. You can use natural products because they are more effective. You can also use Juice Beauty Cleansing Gel. I love it, it got rid of my acne and dissolves oil, after wards tone your skin (to help the PH balance in your skin) try Sea Breeze Actives Deep Cleaning Astringent (in the yellow bottle), after the toner dries use Biore Dual Fusion Moisturizer SPF30 (pat on the moisturizer). Do this once a day. You can buy the Juice Beauty Cleansing Gel at Whole Foods, Sephora, Pharmaca, or online. You can buy the Sea Breeze Actives Deep Cleaning Astringent from any local drugstore or online.
clogged pores on cheeks
clogged pores on cheeks

Some useful tips to get rid of clogged pores on cheeks.
1. Drink 8 glasses of water a day
2. Clean your bedding every other day
3. Get at least 8 hours of sleep every night
4. Take a multi vitamin
5. Keep your hair out of your face
6. Shower daily or every other day
7. Try drinking Vita Coco Coconut Water
8. Don't touch your face
9. Don't get stressed out
10. Steam your face for 30 minutes then use a gentle wash. It's going to take about a week and it'll get a little bad but your clogged pores will eventually become unclogged. It's like getting a facial you break out a bit because it's pushing everything out then your skin is beautiful.

Does glycerin clog pores?

Pure glycerin (also called glycerine or glycerol) can be used as an inexpensive and natural moisturizer for the skin. Since it is one of the major ingredients in most high-end moisturizers and lotions, buying glycerin in its pure form is becoming very popular. Before commencing this, it is prudent to understand the benefits and downsides to using pure glycerin for their dry skin.

Side Effects of Pure Glycerin

Although glycerin is generally a safe ingredient when used within lotions or soaps, there are a few risks to using it in its pure form:

Despite the fact that it is a solvent, high concentrations of glycerin can cause clogged pores on rare occasions. This is usually due to a reaction that leaves the pores constricted and thus more prone to clog. However, glycerin is soluble in both water and alcohol, so clogging is abnormal and quite rare.

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