2. Learn the Right Way to Wash Your Face
You'd be surprised how many people wash their face in a way that makes it look worse, not better. It's trickier than you might think. Start by putting yourself on a regular washing schedule. Avoid washing
your face more than twice a day
unless your doctor tells you differently. Too much cleansing just removes that natural protective oil from your skin, leaving it dry and flaky.
Next, use cool or lukewarm water and a mild cleaning product, especially if your skin is sensitive. Wash using your hands or a baby washcloth for about 30 seconds going in a circular motion around the face before rinsing. Dry with a clean towel, patting the skin instead of rubbing it. A fast and effective cleaning ritual is all it really takes to ensure your face looks fresh all day long.