Sugar A Surprising Skin Beautifier And Effective Remedy For Acne Prone Skin

Surprisingly enough,​ a​ “sugabrasion” is​ an​ effective remedy for acne prone skin. it​ whisks away old skin cells and unclogs pores. Here’s what to​ do:

After cleaning face and rinsing completely cover face with soothing acidic oil – such as​ olive oil.

Apply granulated sugar; the​ oil acts as​ a​ medium; holding it​ on​ the​ face,​ preventing the​ face from being scraped or​ scratched.

Gently roll the​ “sand” mixture across the​ skin; do not press,​ do not rub too briskly. Use small circular motions,​ not sweeping ones. Be careful not to​ press hard,​ or​ stretch the​ skin.

After sugar dissolves,​ about one minute,​ use warm water and a​ good cleanser to​ wash the​ solution away. Rinse at​ least a​ dozen of​ times to​ thoroughly remove alkaline residue.

Using this method to​ exfoliate your skin once in​ the​ morning and again in​ the​ evening is​ an​ effective remedy for acne because it​ “peels” away dead skin cells,​ and removes bacteria-attracting debris that clogs pores. it​ also speeds up new cell growth for younger looking skin; mature complexions look radiant and more youthful.

This technique is​ safer than a​ chemical peel and less irritating to​ the​ skin than a​ deep skin peel. Visible benefits are immediately realized; dramatic results seen in​ about three weeks.

Variation 2

Another variation involves omitting the​ olive oil. Instead,​ dampen washcloth with warm water. Add a​ mild facial cleaning agent; I like Clean & Clear Foaming Facial Cleanser for Sensitive Skin. it​ is​ an​ inexpensive yet effective cleaner.

Add ½ to​ ¾ tablespoon sugar. Apply to​ damp face,​ using same circular method described above to​ exfoliate. Rinse well. Apply moisturizer of​ choice.

Using a​ mild liquid facial cleanser instead of​ olive oil is​ quicker,​ because it​ omits the​ need to​ follow with a​ second application of​ cleaner.

Other Benefits

Other benefits of​ this home-remedy exfoliating cleansing method are this: sugar is​ a​ natural substance,​ procedure is​ simple and inexpensive; sugar benefits the​ skin because it​ attracts moisture. Sugar granules are safer than (let’s say) granulated fruit pits,​ because they dissolve.

Lastly,​ and most importantly,​ a​ sugabrasion really works! it​ is​ one sweet remedy for acne prone skin,​ and adds a​ healthy glow to​ your complexion for younger looking skin.

©2006 Lori S. Anton,​ Writers Write Now

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