A Quick Guide to Clean and Clear Skin

For many of us, our face is on display on a day to day basis. No matter how bad a breakout you may have, or how bad a skin condition may get, chances are you’ll have to power ahead and continue with your day as usual – heading to work, keeping to social commitments, attending classes or activities you’d agreed to.

Now, there really isn’t any problem with any break out or skin condition and neither are anything you should be embarrassed about. But if you do want to tackle these things for clear skin, there are plenty of steps you can work into your routine to help.

Here are some pieces of advice to consider!


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Clean Skin

Let’s start by focusing on clean skin. It’s important that you have a good skin care routine that can keep your skin as well cleansed as possible. This can help to prevent buildup of products on your face and can give your skin a chance to breathe. Now, the best skin cleansing routine will vary from one person to another.

We all have different skin types and, consequently, will find that different products work for us as individuals. It’s a good idea to identify which broad skin type category you fall within (“normal”, dry, oily or combination) and then find a good quality facial wash, toner, moisturizer and other products that will keep your face clean and well hydrated.

Zo Skin Health have an array of skin enhancers which can be added to this routine for extra benefits too!


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Tackle Skin Conditions

Many people make the mistake of thinking that skin conditions are a direct result of uncleansed skin, but this often isn’t the case. Acne, for example, is rarely a result of dirty skin. Instead, it will often occur when dead skin cells build up in hair follicles and clog the follicle.

So, if you feel that you’re suffering from problematic skin and cleaning your face properly and regularly isn’t working, it may be time to consult a doctor. They will be able to identify any skin conditions you may be suffering with and can either refer you on for specialist treatment from a dermatologist (a skincare specialist) or may even simply be able to prescribe products that will help on the day.

When it comes to skin conditions, many people will note that they simply wished that they’d gone to the doctor sooner, rather than suffering for so long without a resolve. Once your doctor or dermatologist has recommended particular products, make sure to stick to them and use them as prescribed. It may take some time for them to have an effect, but it’ll be worth the patience in the long run.


These are just two different things you can do to have clean and clear skin. Sure, you may have to experiment with a few different products until you find what works for you. But you’ll get there!


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