Skin Condition Update


So sorry for the late blog post this week. It's been a crazy and rough and yet, fun week! How about you? How was your week? Anyway, let's get down to the topic. This time I'll be sharing you how is my current skin condition and how I get to this point. I'll highlight some products that I use, in case some of you have the same skin condition as me. Lets get started!

My skin was very very oily, dull, and its very easy for acne to come up in anytime. But now, my skin is less oily, brighter, it looks somehow healthier, but there's still some acne in "that-time" of the month. How do I get to this condition? I personally think there are some tips, if you are facing the same problem like mine. 

1. Drink lots and lots of water
It may sounds classic, but believe me, it works! I used to drink only 4-5 glasses of water everyday, but I tried to push myself and now I usually drink 8-10 glasses of water everyday, and it somehow makes my skin healthier & it also makes my body feels much better. It feels like it cleanses everything bad inside your body. Try it, you'll find it surprisingly working. 

2. Don't touch your face too much
Yes, I used to touch my face a lot, like picking on the pimple, try to clean the pores, etc. And now I realizes that our hands are very dirty and now I always remind myself not to touch my face too much. Don't know if its the main reason that my acne is starting to disappear, but I think it helps. 

3. Wear as little make-up as you can
For weeks and weeks, I've been wearing less make-up than I used to. I just put on my skincare, a thin layer of concealer here and there, and also loose powder (for acne skin). I added some blush, depends on the occasion. I guess its helping my skin to "breathe" again. 

4. Treat your acne well
If you have sensitive & acne-prone skin like mine, please, treat your acne well. Don't pinch it, don't touch it, just gently take care of it. Use some acne-spot treatment that you find working on your skin (for me, its acne oil from The Body Shop), and stop looking at it as a flaw. Don't worry, everyone has pimples once in a while. Its natural, so don't worry too much! 

I might not be a skin-expert, but I hope some of you find it helpful! 'Till I see you in my next post, loves! 

♥ K

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