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Determining your skin type (dry, oily, normal, combination) can help in executing a facial skin routine. You can try cleansers to keep your skin clean and dry once you’ve washed your face with plenty of warm water and patted it dry. Never use hot water because it can rip your face off the natural oils. Dry skin requires cleaners that don't have alcohol or fragrances. You can try exfoliating your skin to get rid of those flaky skin cells and get good clear skin. Oily skin requires toners or astringents after washing with a good dose of warm water. 

While you take care of your skin from the outside, remember, beauty comes from within too, so eat foods that are good for clear, healthy skin. If you have sensitive skin, then you need products that feature calming ingredients like green tea polyphenols, chamomile, aloe vera and oats. 

You can indulge in foods that give you clear & healthy skin too like fatty fish, walnuts, sunflower seeds, sweet potatoes, red/yellow bell peppers, broccoli, tomatoes, soy, dark chocolate, etc to ensure your skin receives all the nutrients, antioxidants and free radicals. Looking after your skin by eating a proper diet can slow the ageing process and make you look younger. 

When to see a dermatologist

If you still have skin-related problems that do not go away with OTC products, you may need prescription treatment. Using wrong products can cause dramatic effects that may need elaborate treatment. So if you have stubborn acne, breakouts, blemishes, itchy reddish skin, then it’s time to see a dermatologist. All these calls for professional treatment under a licensed dermatologist. Call and book an appointment with a dermatologist at Naseem Medical Centre too what kind of treatment you need to cure your skin problem.

 

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