You can’t stand looking in the mirror because you your skin is too oily, or too dry, or too full of acne.
You blame your parents. Cast stones at your grandparents. Because you’ve tried anything and everything to fix your skin and nothing ever seems to work.
So it must be genetics. It has to be, you tell yourself.
But it’s probably not. It probably has everything to do with you and what you’re doing to your poor skin.
Are you committing any of these skin sins?
1. Not Using Sunscreen
Vitamin D is required for good health. But that doesn’t mean you should skip out on sunscreen.
UVA rays will destroy your skin – and not just when the sun isn’t out or you think you’re hiding in your car (UVA rays can go through glass. That’s why you may get a sunburn even though your window is not down).
Saggy skin, wrinkles… Blame the sun if you’re not putting on sunscreen when you’re exposed to the sun’s rays.
2. Drinking Too Much Alcohol
It’s all well and good to have a good time, but make sure you don’t let your good time badly affect your skin later.
Alcohol increases inflammation. Inflammation causes all sorts of trouble for your skin – acne, wrinkles, and even blotches. Let’s not forget popped blood vessels after a night of vomiting.
You can still drink, just go a bit easier on the booze.
3. Picking the Wrong Product
Not everything is right for everyone. And just because it has a high price tag doesn’t mean it’s going to clear up your skin.
If you’ve got dry skin, don’t take away your natural oils. If you’ve got oily skin, don’t add even more oil. It’s pretty basic, but a lot of people get it wrong.
Pay attention to what you’re buying and know what type of skin you have before you enter the store.
4. Popping Pimples
Stop popping your pimples. It’s disgusting and it’s making your skin far worse than it needs to be.
No, you don’t want them on your face. But the way to get rid of them isn’t to squeeze them until whatever bit of oozing nastiness pops out.
What you’re doing is moving the bacteria further into your skin, creating an even bigger pore, and scarring your face.
5. You’re Always Talking on the Phone
Put it down, turn on the speaker, or get a headset if you really need to talk that much.
Your phone adds unnecessary heat and gets rubbed all over your face (whether or not it’s full of bacteria).
Your poor skin. Yes, this can lead to breakouts.
6. Ignoring Your Moles
Moles are not beauty marks. They may be a sign that you’ve got cancer. Get your moles checked at least once a year.
Chances are that if it looks bad to you, it’ll probably look bad to the dermatologist too.
7. Going Too Far with Your Exfoliating
There’s such a thing as over-exfoliating.
Yes, you can scrape away so much dead skin that you’re actually scraping away the good guys.
You can actually cause more oil to be produced and cause more acne to form.
8. Having a Poor Diet
Sugar and high-glycemic carbs are the enemy of clean, pimple-free skin.
Sugar causes your body to produce insulin. Insulin causes your body to produce oil-producing hormones which causes…acne.
So put the Milky Way down and pick up an avocado.
Time for Some Good News
Aside from not doing everything on the list, there is a simple solution you can add to your arsenal. And it won’t even take much time – less than 5 seconds, as a matter of fact.
The right nutrients can go a long way in making your skin look better and feel better. As you age, you begin to produce less and less collagen.
Lack of collagen causes saggy skin, wrinkles, and less elasticity. Your face melts. No one wants a melting face.
That’s why it’s important to supplement with marine collagen. Marine collagen is the most bioavailable and therefore, the most useful form of collagen.
Package that together with the antioxidants vitamins C and E and hyaluronic acid and you’ve got yourself the perfect way to rehab your skin – Complexion Rehab by Harvey and Coco.
Not familiar with hyaluronic acid? You should be because it helps your skin retain moisture so you wind up with plumper, firmer skin.
I know it’s hard to believe a supplement can have a great impact on your skin. You’re used to feeding your skin from the outside.
Complexion Rehab takes the battle to the inside where it can be won.
I’m so confident that you’ll have clearer, younger-looking skin that I’m offering a no questions asked, full refund guarantee. The only thing you have to lose by not trying Complexion Rehab is your skin. Try it today!