Start with great skin.
Drink water –
Healthy skin is beautiful skin. Drinking water does wonders to your skin in general, drink plenty of water and keep your skin hydrated and glowing.
Wash your face –
Face creates oil, sweat and attracts dirt mostly teens have oily, breakout prone skin so keep your skin clean as a daily routine.
Get Rid of Blackheads –
Blackheads are formed when oil and dead skin cells become trapped in your pores. The plugs that form blackheads are sticky and make your skin look dirty.
The foremost problem with a teenager is acne. Follow home remedies or visit your dermatologist.
Moisturize your skin –
Moisturizing your skin after you wash it is highly necessary, no matter your skin type. Moisturizer is the only thing that sits on your face all day and night.
Wear sunscreen –
Protect your skin from the sun, as sunburns do a lot of harm to your skin. Sun’s radiations affect your skin even in winters.
Rest And Exercise –
The more the skin is relaxed, the more the eyes are relaxed, the lesser premature aging and the lesser the dark circles at an early age.
Exfoliate your skin twice a week –
Scrubbing your face and body will remove all the dead cells leaving it soft and supple. Homemade scrubs such as baking soda or olive oil and sea salt works great for your face and skin.
Having Healthy And Balanced Diet –
Teenagers have the habit of grabbing and munching away on stuff like chips and rolls and sodas and aerated drinks, pizzas, burgers, and French fries, avoid these and make a good healthy and balanced diet as it is a key to healthy skin.
Go to bed with clean skin –
Clean your skin properly especially every night before going to bed, this will remove dirt and oil from your skin.