Who is Sharing Your Bed and Giving You Acne?
Do you know who or what is in your bed possibly giving you acne?
That’s right you could be sleeping with a dirty pillow or to be more precise a dirty pillowcase.
Did you know that your pillowcase and your sheets have lots of microbes, oils, bacteria, and dust on them.
Did you know that if you have bad acne or lots of open or big pores you can let this filth into your body?
Do you want the filth that’s on your dirty pillowcase entering your body?
If not then use a clean pillowcase every single night or put a clean towel over your pillow every single night for at least seven to ten days.
You want to do this for seven to ten days so that you can see if your skin is clearing up. Don’t be lazy take the time once a week to wash your sheets and it’s a good idea to dry them before you put them back on your bed.)
Ugly acne is an unsightly problem but it’s not a problem that can’t be beaten.
There are many effective steps you can take to help you reduce or remove your acne. Just ask yourself this question: ‘What touches my face and skin?’
Take the following steps to help reduce your spots:
Step One: Wash your hair everyday
Not only do you need to wash your hair everyday but don’t let your hair touch your face as your hair contains oils that will plug up your pores.
Step Two: Wash your face several times a day
You need to be washing your face several times a day because as you go about your daily routine the dirt and crap that is in the air is constantly landing on your face and going into your open pores.
Think about it!
As an example if a truck drives past think of all the dust and fumes it throws up in the air. If your standing there you get a face full of acne causing substances. These kinds of things are happening constantly in your neighborhood, so wash your face several times a day. I wash my face before every meal just so that I’d form the habit.
Step Three: Always wear clean clothes
Anything that touches your face can leave behind contaminants. These contaminants can cause acne so don’t risk it just put on clean clothes every day and change them if you’ve been active.
Step Four: Shower every day
You want to be showering every day with a non perfumed soap. Believe it or not this is not the case for most people. It’s a good idea to shower and not bath as bath water will be contaminated after you wash yourself and don’t forget to use a clean towel every time and pat the acne areas dry
Bonus Step: Make sure you are drinking two glasses of water with every meal and taking steps to improve your diet by starting to eat a healthier.
Now you know that your pillowcase could be causing your acne to spread so keep it clean as well as your bed sheets.