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Best Beauty Solutions for the Top 3 Skin Complaints

Here's A Dirty Little Secret That Every Photo Editor Knows: No one's skin is perfect. Not even any Hollywood and Bollywood actresses. If their complexions were flawless, magazines would not have correctors. (Yes, they do more than slim thighs and slim waists.) Why do you think "Stars Without Makeup" is a tabloid-covered line that never stops working? We all love to see that, just like us, celebs can have dull, flaky skin; acne; And very visible fine lines. But, unlike us, they have makeup artists and skin docs on speed dial who always take their calls. But we don’t have. So lets know about some skin issues.

1. Problem: Persistent whiteheads, blackheads and occasional pimples


Beauty Solution: Routine cleaning with benzoyl peroxide (BPO). Wash your face with the highest-strength BPO cleanser your skin can tolerate once a day: in the morning, at night, or after exercise. Start with 2.5 percent and work your way up. (If you also have problems with your chest and back, 10 percent is usually best for them.) Rinse really well. Give it 2 to 3 weeks to work.


If That's Not Enough: For more help, follow up your BPO cleanse with a toner that contains salicylic acid (also known as beta-hydroxy acid, or BHA); You can also use it as a spot treatment. Toner will remove dead, dry skin cells that can clog pores, and it can also soothe inflammation, which makes pimples stand out.


2. Problem: Dull, dry skin



Beauty Solution: Moisturizers that contain glycerin, a powerful "humectant" that draws water from the environment into the outer layer of skin. Apply twice a day after cleansing or using a potentially irritating exfoliating product containing glycolic acid. Any glycerin-based moisturizer that also contains silicone makes the moisturizer glides smoothly over rough skin and increases the water loss barrier, so your skin is less likely to dry out. 


3. Problem: Fine lines



Beauty Solutions: Serums or creams that contain retinol, a form of vitamin A. Although not as potent rejuvenating as its prescription-strength cousins, Retin-A and Tazorac—which go after severe sun damage and wrinkles—retinol can improve fine lines. Is. Apply once a day on only washed skin.


If That's Not Enough: Try a retinol treatment that also contains polyphenols, antioxidants extracted from green tea or coffee berries. They take out the cell-damaging punch of free radicals created by sunburn and inflammation, which helps prevent deeper wrinkles. More importantly, the polyphenols stimulate collagen production, which bounces back into the skin. Apply on clean skin.


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