How to Get Rid of Acne Overnight! (Guaranteed less acne)
How to get rid of spots 101: Zap that zit in time for the weekend
Try Marie Claire beauty team's three step spot-busting routine...
Acne, spots, blemishes, breakouts, whatever you call them, waking up with an eruption of redness over your face is never fun. In fact, it’s maddening. Which is why there’s a never ending search for how to get rid of spots.
Acne spots almost always rear their ugly heads when you could really do without them; just in time for an interview or a date – they seem to read our minds and make an appearance when they know they’ll wreak the most havoc.
There’s some comfort in knowing we’re not the only ones to suffer though. Even Kendall Jenner isn’t immune. She’s one of the world’s most recognisable faces and has managed that tricky transition from reality TV star to credible catwalk model – she’s even achieved her ambition of walking the Victoria’s Secret catwalk. You’d think she’s had it easy but her skin held her back in her younger years and she opened up about her experience with acne on her subscription-only website.
Kendall’s younger sister Kylie gets the odd spot too and recently shared her go-to product for banishing them; we were pretty smug to learn that it’s Mario Badescu Drying Lotion, £15, because it’s one of our all time favourites too.
We all know popping is not the way to go (then why is it so damn tempting?!). If you have more will power than us and you (can) resist the urge to squeeze the life out of it, then here’s our tried-and-tested blemish blitzing tips. Or, to find the cleanser, moisturiser and serum that’ll help fend off blemishes, tell our sister beauty site Powder a bit about your skin and they’ll pick out the best products for your skin (and your purse!)
Not once, but twice – the first time with an oil, try , to remove make-up and debris, the second with a balm, we love , to lift out any stubborn dirt. And, no, wipes will not do either step adequately and should be banished to festival and emergency use only – they’re far too harsh.
Not strictly necessary, but a nice way to restore the pH balance of ruffled skin. Opt for something soothing to calm so there’s no risk of irritating your skin further.
Video: Weird Acne Life Hacks EVERYONE Should Know!
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