Wake up with the skin you dream about.
New year, new skin? If you haven’t already made your 2019 skin resolutions, it’s still not too late to start! One of the most common skin desires out there is to achieve clear, acne-free skin. This probably isn’t news to you, but the best way to tame a breakout in the long term is to eat a healthy diet, sleep at least eight hours a night and drink less alcohol. However, when dealing with pesky skin issues such as acne, most people are looking for a quick-fix. If you’re currently scrolling the internet late at night searching for a quickly remedy to your acne-woes, we’re here to help!
Read below to discover the top ways to remove pimples overnight and wake up with refreshed skin.
You don’t have to use harsh chemicals to reduce acne – there are many natural remedies that are often no further than your own kitchen. For example, tea tree oil is a natural antiseptic that you can directly apply on pimples to dry them out overnight. In addition, you can also mix a few drops into your daily moisturizer to control future breakouts. Not only is it much less expensive than a chemical treatment, it’s all natural!
Applying an over-the-counter topical benzoyl peroxide gel may just be your saving grace for clear skin. Benzoyl peroxide has a proven track record of safety and efficacy for the treatment of acne. However, if you have a history of very sensitive skin, you might try applying a gel with a low concentration of benzoyl peroxide (2.5 percent or lower) and only applying it once a day, before bed.
The ESPADA Blue Light Acne Treatment is named for ‘sword’ in Spanish, and it’s just the weapon you need to combat your blemishes quickly and effectively.
It uses ultra-powerful and non-invasive Blue Light Pulse Technology to target pimples with surgical precision, quickly eliminating acne at the source for clear, healthy skin. That’s right, you can tackle your acne before bed, and rest like a superhero.
Born and bred in Buffalo, New York, Mollie is a self-diagnosed coffee addict who loves exploring new places and taking selfies with her dog Archie.