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If acne-ridden skin is the bane of your existence, you’re probably looking for ways and means to stem those nasty breakouts. What a lot of people do not know is that one’s lifestyle and daily habits can affect the skin to a very great extent. Thus, just by making a few changes to your skincare regime may lead to lesser acne-woes and improved, clear skin. However, keep in mind that these tips will be of help only if followed religiously; after all, stemming pimple appearance naturally is no easy task. So try out these little tips and tricks and pave your way to healthier skin.

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1. Keep Your Face Clean

One should have a clear rule in life – to wash their face twice a day! Most people just don’t wash their face enough, which is why they get acne breakouts. Dr. Gref says, ‘Wash your face twice a day, no exceptions.’

Cleansing is one of the most significant steps of any skin care regimen. Even if you are not suffering from acne, washing your face at least two times in a day is a must. It can help remove dirt and dead skin cells, thereby offering you a fresh and gentle skin. While washing your face, the water should not be too hot. Also, the cleanser should be as per your skin type.

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