It’s a familiar feeling. You wake up in the morning and look in the mirror to see new pimples on your face. Almost everyone has had acne, but few know how to really deal with it. Unfortunately, there is no easy, fool proof way of stopping acne, but I can share a few tips that I’ve learned about.

Keeping your skin very clean is the first key to acne prevention. Oil and dirt will cause acne by clogging up your pores. By using cleansers and astrigents to wash away this oil and dirt.

Another key thing is to make sure that you don't pop any of your pimples While this might seem like a good way of getting rid of the unsightly whiteheads, this can lead to scarring, which is much worse for you in the long run I'm sure you'll agree.

Make sure that you keep your hands away from your face. If you touch your face, you transfer acne forming dirt and oils. Wash your hands before touching your face, if you must.

What you choose for your diet can be an important step in the fight against acne. There is evidence to suggest that certain fatty foods can make acne worse. Ironically, there is some research to suggest that ingesting a good portion of healthy omega 3 fatty acids can lead to better skin. Omega 3 is commonly available in the form of fish oil supplements.

As a last resort, you should seek professional help in a dermatologist. They can provide you with treatments that might work better for your needs. These drugs may have unpleasant side effect.

There are also natural acne remedies to consider. Possible treatments involve different herbs and natural cleansers. It is very possible that these may work but I have not used them.

Overall, there is no fool proof way of getting rid of acne. However, you can keep things from getting worse by following these instructions.

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