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Winter Acne, And How To Cure It

winter acne

Though acne can be a yearly struggle, it’s hard to say if winter acne is worse than other acne, season to season. Our skin will act differently with all types of climate change from spring, summer, fall, and winter. Typically people who suffer from the excess oily skin will get the worse type of acne throughout the yearly climate change. There are thousands of skin products that all promise the same thing but sometimes going back to the basics is what is best for us suffering from acne.

Honestly, you should be changing your skin care routine with the climate changes as well. In this article, we will discuss different ways to cure your acne during the winter months to come for 2017. People will suffer from the drier skin during the winter season due to the windy and cold climate. When your skin is dry, you pores will become clogged because of all the excess dry skin buildup. When your skin pores become clogged, you will start seeing pimples, black, and whiteheads.

Try a Honey & Carrot Mask For Winter Acne

Add two large tablespoons of blended up organic carrots to one tablespoon of pure honey. Mixing the carrot and honey mixture well. With a brush or clean hands add to your dry clean skin and let it sit for thirty minutes or until completely dry. After it has dried rinse off with room temperature water. Your honey and carrot mask is loaded with vitamin C rich ingredients. Carrots also contain potassium and will keep your skin moisturized hours after use. Potassium deficiency in your skin will cause excessive drying of the skin again causing acne breakouts.

Butter & Banana Mask For Winter Acne

Add organic butter or skimmed milk cream and mesh up with a fresh banana in a small bowl. Skim milk cream can be is a great alternative for butter.  You will need about a quarter size of the banana to about four tablespoons of butter then mix well. Apply to your clean, dry face. Leave on face for thirty minutes or until dry rinse off with warm water and moisturize.

 

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