Kristin's 60-Second Beauty Tip: The Quickest Way To Prevent Acne AND Colds This Winter!

Mon, December 6, 2010 1:00pm EST by 1 Comment
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Your PHONE is the biggest culprit in your struggle with acne! Here’s how to solve the problem!

It’s Monday morning, which means it’s time for the Monday Makeup Minute! This week’s question came from someone in the office who struggles with acne along her jawline and chin constantly. I gave her a quick and easy solution that I’m also sharing with you in the video above. Check it out!

Basically, every time you use a device that you press to your face (cell phone, work phone, etc.), you leave behind dead skin and oils. Constantly pressing your face against these devices regularly can leave you with dreaded zits along the side of your face and chin (seriously, check out the line where your acne lives around your jawline and your chin if you don’t believe me.)

The solution? Clean your stationary office phone AND cell phones with rubbing alcohol and a clean cotton pad regularly! Not only will that get rid of the dead matter causing the acne, it will also get rid of germs that can cause the spread of viruses and colds! Healthier body AND cleaner skin? Yes, please!

Another way to get amazing skin? Tried-and-tested favorite Noxema! I’ve been using this line since I was a kid and I love the relaunched formulations and products. A daily regimen with either of these gentle cleansers paired with their tried-and-tested Deep Cleansing Cream is a great solution for acne-prone skin. You can even use their makeup removal cloths for a cleaner, clearer complexion. It’s a genius (and very affordable) skincare line!

Stay beautiful, BFFs!

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Jenny

Posted at 1:30 PM on December 6, 2010  

Noxzema*

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