Acne Remedy: what worked for my acne was the drug-free way (part 3)
Posted by Nick Niesen on October 26th, 2010
Acne Remedy: Tips for External Acne Control
*Don?t repeat the use of a pillowcase in 2 days; always change them nightly so get 7 clean ones.
*As much as possible, keep unwashed hands off of your face for long periods of time.
*Try to sleep on your right side.
*Wash your hair with a mild shampoo every night especially if you use greasy hair products, or use a wrap-around nightcap that covers the hair and ensure the cap is washed every morning.
*Steam your face by putting boiling water in a large basin, immersing your face to about several inches away from its surface and allowing the steam to open up the pores, all the time ensuring that the head is covered with a towel. I will recommend using purified water instead of regular tap water, to avoid inhaling the toxic chlorinated by-products it is notorious for. Perform this step for several minutes to induce heavy and effective perspiration.
*Massage the face regularly as this not only aids in cleansing the face, but it firms up the skin and alleviates unwanted signs of aging such as crow?s feet, bags under the eyes, lines and wrinkles
*Engage in some form of exercise to aid the body in detoxification and metabolism.
*For my male readers; if you are of African or Hispanic descent, most barbers recommend you use electric clippers to shave. For Caucasians & Asians, I have observed that using razors might not be a problem although if you prefer, you can use electric clippers also.
This completes the third and final installment of ?Acne Treatment: what worked for my acne was the drug-free way?. It is my hope that you can apply these methods and take the steps necessary to see a successful cure for your acne naturally and permanently.
Good Luck my friend.
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