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Unwanted Pimples During Holiday Vacation

Unwanted Pimples

So, you are on holiday vacation, and unwanted pimples appear? Try not to get discouraged! There are many ways to get rid of the extra baggage during your vacation. Acne treatments may take longer. However, you can hide them and experiment with some fast and effective skin treatments. Here are some helpful tips to keep you looking your best this holiday season:

Add A Little Makeup Magic

The redness from acne breakouts can be camouflaged with the right amount of makeup. You can give the green-based primers a try first to neutralize the redness of your skin. There are also medicated makeup products available containing acne-fighting ingredients such as salicylic acid and benzoyl peroxide. You can apply non-comedogenic makeup that complements your skin tone. Give your makeover a finishing touch with a light dusting powder. And remember to clean your face thoroughly with acne treatment cleanser before heading to bed at night.

For men and teenage boys, an appropriate treatment is tinted acne medications. These acne medications help tone down the redness and match the tone of the skin. Some common over the counter acne treatment brands such as Oxy, Clearasil, and Neutrogena offer tinted acne products. If you are confused, call your local spa or salon. Many spas and salons have makeup artists who can give you quick tips to treat breakouts.

Avoid Excess Drying Of The Skin

Keep your skin hydrated to keep acne away during the holidays. If your skin is peeling or flaking, then even the most beautifully applied makeup will look unappealing. Dry skin is more common during winter months, so remember always to use a good acne cream or lotion. However, ensure that your moisturizer is oil-free.

If your skin is not inflamed, then try a mild alpha hydroxy acid to help remove dry, flaky skin. Avoid using scrubs as they can worsen your blemishes. If you are already using an acne treatment prescription including Retin-A, Differin or Accutane, then never use an exfoliant to clear acne.

Wear Clothes With Soothing Colors

Red looks quite festive during the holidays, but if you have acne, you may want to avoid this color. If your skin is inflamed, a red shirt or dress will intensify the redness of your skin. Colors include fuchsia, pink, burgundy and wine shades.

Try Acne Spot Treatments

If your acne appears during the holidays, try out a good acne spot treatment product with salicylic acid or sulfur. These ingredients help to heal acne breakouts and reduce inflammation quickly.

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