Clear skin is one of those topics where people either have it or they don’t. People with genetically clear skin are blessed not having to worry too heavily about what’s going to make them breakout and what won’t. I happen to fall under the latter with this, there’s never a time where I don’t have a pimple or two on my face (and every day am thankful for the invention of makeup). If clear skin is something you long for, there are some things you may want to consider to help you get that clear skin you’ve always wanted.
Wear sunscreen every day
According to a lot of dermatologists and doctors, sunscreen is the single most important thing you can do for your skin each day to prevent sun spots, fine lines and wrinkles. The sun degrades the skin’s collagen and elastin and also affects the body’s ability to create new, healthy cells. Damage from a burn is bad, but it’s not as bad as exposing your skin to the sun over the span of a lifetime. Look for a broad spectrum SPF, so that you’re protected from all types of UV rays, and go with at least a 30 SPF (even in the winter and on cloudy days).