Stop sleeping on dirty pillowcases.
Launder your pillowcases every two to three days.
Pillowcases absorb the oils from your face and attract the dust in the air – the perfect combination for breakouts and skin irritants.
It is also important to avoid harsh laundry detergents, liquid fabric softeners, and dryer sheets. The chemicals leave behind a waxy residue that is known to clog your pores.
Stop over salting your food.
Add herbs and other spices to add flavor to your food.
Excessive sodium sucks the moisture out of your skin, leaving it dry and dull. Dry skin intensifies the aging process.
Stop wearing dirty Sunglasses.
Clean your sunglasses and other eyewear daily.
Instead of propping your glasses on your head, put them into a carrying case. The oil and dirt from your hair clings to your glasses and then exposed to your skin when you put them back on your face.
Additionally, bacteria builds upon the frames clogging the pores on your nose.
Stop getting hair products on your face.
Use a clean towel to protect your face.
Many of the products that work for your hair don’t work for your skin. The ingredients in the hair products can dry out your skin or may have the reverse effect making your skin oily. Either way, it is best to protect your face from your hair products.
Stop eating sugary snacks and foods.
Add more healthy fats to your diet to curb the sugar cravings.
Consuming excessive sugar harms the collagen nestled in your skin, leaving you with sagging, aging looking skin.