It has been believed since ages that pregnancy gives a natural glow to your skin. However this belief is more of what pregnant women wished was true since it really does not happen. The body of a woman during pregnancy undergoes a host of changes, psychological and hormonal which causes development of blotches on her skin.
Washing your face more frequently would cure you from acne and pimples.
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Though this practice is endorsed as a quick way to recover from pimples and acne, it is not true. The outbreak of acne is caused due to multiple reasons and washing face regularly is no solution.
Over treating acne may cause skin burns.
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Though an early treatment of acne and pimple is recommended in order to ensure clear and healthy skin, one must avoid over treatment. In fact, according to doctors an over treatment of acne may burn skin owing to the excessive chemicals.
Which among these should be included in your breakfast to have a clear skin?
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It is common knowledge that what you eat directly affects your skin. Therefore, it is important that you begin the first meal of the day on a healthy note. Oats and pancakes are extremely beneficial in lending that glow on your skin while the very reverse happens by eating french fries or any other fried food.
Oily food is a deterrent to clear skin.
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Contrary to popular perception, the oil in the food seldom causes pimples and is not a deterrent to your clear skin. In most cases, they aggravate the already latent condition, but contribute little in their development.