Natural Ways To Clear Your Skin

ways to clear skinClear skin is the dream for every women which can be achieve through natural ways. Having an attractive clear skin can boost your confidence and can make you even more beautiful and presentable. There are several advantages of having a clear skin. It will make you stand out from the crowd. You will become adorable. Most people will admire you. Clear skin is certainly an asset that can give you an even more good looking personality. But getting a clear skin through natural ways requires some knowledge on how to achieve it. Here are the steps to have a clear skin.

  1. To lighten dark spots and acne marks, dab on fresh squeezed lemon juice, or apply organic grass-fed yogurt to your entire face and neck (leave on for 10 min­utes) to lighten and brighten your skin
  2. Pre­vent and elim­i­nate black­heads, dry skin, and give your skin a dewy look just by drink­ing at least 2 liters (1/2 gal­lon) of fil­tered water per day – sounds like a lot, but it will do the trick!
  3. Speak­ing of water, fil­ter your shower and sink water so you’re not dump­ing chlo­rine and chem­i­cals on your skin and hair – you’ll end up with soft skin and health­ier hair, and if you have asthma and aller­gies, it may help with that too
  4. Use a lotion mask nightly (or in the morn­ing before apply­ing makeup), for a beau­ti­fully mois­tur­ized and glow­ing com­plex­ion.
  5. Pim­ple Emer­gency! To heal a pim­ple quickly, apply 100% tea tree oil with a cot­ton swab directly onto the pim­ple every few hours, and apply vit­a­min E oil on the spot at night, about 1 hour before bedtime
  6. Give your­self a glow, shrink pores, give your skin an antiox­i­dant burst, and even out skin tone with some cham­pagne and a cot­ton ball.
  7. Puffy face? Drink dan­de­lion tea and try a 3-minute face mas­sage to get the lymph mov­ing and elim­i­nate puffiness
  8. Pre­vent pim­ples and keep your skin smooth with gly­colic acid from a sugar scrub – mix organic cane sugar with your face or body wash in the palm of your hand.
  9. Whiten your teeth by brush­ing with straight bak­ing soda (you can add some xyl­i­tol for a bet­ter taste – it’s a sweet­ener derived from birch trees)
  10. For a quick glow, apply a few drops of olive, coconut, or jojoba oil to the tops of your cheek­bones and your brow­bones (where you would apply high­lighter or shim­mer cream)
  11. Sleep on silk pil­low­cases to pre­vent hair damage/breakage and keep your skin look­ing youth­ful – I swear by silk, your hair and skin will thank you!
  12. Take a qual­ity vit­a­min C sup­ple­ment to pre­vent early aging and help your body pro­duce col­la­gen.
  13. Keep your skin sup­ple and smooth by sup­ple­ment­ing with fish oil.
  14. Eat 1 cup of leafy greens daily (prefer­ably steamed, juiced, or blended for best diges­tion) to keep your com­plex­ion clear and under-eye cir­cles at bay
  15. You can use sugar exter­nally, but avoid eat­ing it since it can cause break­outs (not to men­tion headaches and mood swings) – use raw honey, ste­via, or xyl­i­tol instead

{BONUS TIPS}

  1. Stress dries out the skin and can cause break­outs, so try yoga, deep breath­ing, lis­ten­ing to relax­ing music, and read­ing good books.
  2. Fix cel­lulite quick by doing a cof­fee scrub – mas­sage cof­fee grinds into your cellulite-prone areas to tem­porar­ily smooth them out (be sure to wash off well)
  3. Do weekly hot oil treat­ments on your scalp and hair to help it grow long and strong with­out break­age – olive and coconut oil work great
  4. Red or itchy skin? Grind up some organic oat­meal into a fine flour and add it to your bath water for a sooth­ing, anti-inflammatory soak (you can also dunk a wash­cloth in oat­meal water and apply it to your face).