Skin Care for Acne Prone Skin

Lonely Places#10 – Waiting for the world to change…
Stole: Gizza, Fur stole (on MP)
Necklace: Mandala, bought it at Shiny Shabby event
Hair: Dure, emo 07 (yeah, this hair has been my favorite for years now :P)
Skin: Glam Affair, Neva
Moles: Belleza
Pose: Del May, Toxic Model
Location: Neva River


Me and all my friends
We’re all misunderstood
They say we stand for nothing and
There’s no way we ever could

Now we see everything that’s going wrong
With the world and those who lead it
We just feel like we don’t have the means
To rise above and beat it

So we keep waiting
Waiting on the world to change
We keep on waiting
Waiting on the world to change

It’s hard to beat the system
When we’re standing at a distance
So we keep waiting
Waiting on the world to change

Now if we had the power
To bring our neighbors home from war
They would have never missed a Christmas
No more ribbons on their door
And when you trust your television
What you get is what you got
Cause when they own the information, oh
They can bend it all they want

That’s why we’re waiting
Waiting on the world to change
We keep on waiting
Waiting on the world to change

It’s not that we don’t care,
We just know that the fight ain’t fair
So we keep on waiting
Waiting on the world to change

And we’re still waiting
Waiting on the world to change
We keep on waiting waiting on the world to change
One day our generation
Is gonna rule the population
So we keep on waiting
Waiting on the world to change

-John Mayer

By Leda Carter on 2015-02-28 21:57:20
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You may think finding acne prone skin care products challenging  if you are subject to breakouts. Advise on how to fight acne prone skin are confusing. That doesn’t imply you’ll never find the right products for acne prone skin.

Among the most popular bad  skin care advice you get on acne is to wash your face often. Washing the face is an important skin care tip for acne prone skin but over-washing causes more harm than good. Certain items like harsh cleansers, rubbing too hard,  prickly wash cloths and towels will make your skin raw and redder. These are the last things you need. You only need to wash your face two or three times daily or once in the morning and once at night.

Wash with a gentle, non-abrasive soap or cleanser with natural ingredients. Again, avoid harsh wash rags. Apply cleanser to your face in a gentle, circular motion with clean fingers and cotton cloth. Rinse with warm water, not hot. Dry with thoroughly with a soft towel.  Apply moisturizer if your skin is dry.  Otherwise, skip it.

Acne prone skin care starts on the inside. Many  acne problems usually means something is wrong on the interior. This can be remedied by giving your body adequate nutrients. Vitamin A and zinc are two important nutrients that help fight acne. Include more seafood, lean meat, fresh fruits, vegetables, and eggs.  You have perhaps heard this  a thousand times and you are hearing it again about the importance of hydration. Some don’t follow this simple acne skin care tip. You need to drink six to eight glasses of water daily to hydrate skin . Hydrated skin looks better than dehydrated skin. Water flushes out harmful toxins and chemicals. Dry skin is the first sign of dehydration.  Caffeine beverages and alcohol don’t count.

Another way to help acne prone skin is exercise. Though it seems strange, exercise improves circulation all over. The improved blood flow gives your skin the healthy pink look.  You may wonder about sweat. Sweat removes damaging toxins from your skin.

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