How to Achieve Clear Skin

Clear skin is never just about what you put on it! It wasn’t until I started doing the few things below that my skin really started to clear up and glow.


Water, water, water. I can’t stress this enough! Make sure you are drinking enough water in the day and then some. Once I started to really hydrate my skin, my face started to clear up. I use a reusable water bottle that has helped me take in more water throughout the day. I love this one on Amazon because it guides you to how much you should drink in the day and it’s glass! Also make sure to add more water in your day if you are working out or are in the sun.

Drinking more water is also beneficial for many areas of life and it’s so easy to do. Once you start you won’t be able to stop! I find after a few months of more water my skin glows, I get less headaches, and I no longer use chapsticks. Try it out yourself and see the difference.

Vitamin E

I started taking Vitamin E for my hair but it did wonders for my skin and nails as well. It’s a common vitamin to take to strengthen hair and nails but it can do great things for the skin and hydration. It also helps the immune system, inflammation and much more. I take it about three times a week but research what is best for you. I buy Vitamin E pills here on Amazon or Target. You can also get Vitamin E in a liquid form but I prefer the taste of the pills.

Clean Makeup Brushes

Something I never thought would make a big difference in my makeup routine was how often I cleaned my makeup brushes. Once I started cleaning my brushes more regularly I noticed less breakouts. If you start noticing breakouts in specific areas try washing your brushes and see the immediate results it leads to. I use this soap and it’s amazing and doesn’t irritate my skin at all. I have also started using an everyday spray for refreshing my brushes and leading to less buildup. I use this Sephora daily brush cleaner that you can get here.

–Always treat your skin with love, Sara–

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