Adulthood is not synonymous with perfect skin. Pimples, redness and other spots appear throughout life. Some imperfections are temporary, others stubborn. The most embarrassing and visible are of course those on the face.

Different factors explain the appearance of skin problems. These can be due to stress, random hormone levels, overeating or environmental pollution.

Makeup residue can also clog your skin’s pores and cause pimples or stubborn spots.

Fortunately, it is possible to prevent and, if necessary, cure your skin of these impurities!

This article offers 3 habits you can do to prevent blemishes from forming and improve the appearance of your skin in the long run.

These 3 habits are cleansing, moisturizing and treating any skin problems.

Clean up

For acne-prone or stressed skin, deep cleansing is key. Cleansing prevents the accumulation and penetration of pollution or makeup into the skin.

Therefore, daily make-up removal is recommended, especially in the evening. It allows to purify the skin, by removing any residue and any harmful bacteria source of impurities. Many makeup removers ensure the cleaning of the most difficult makeup and can even remove waterproof cosmetics.

On the other hand, in the morning, a cleansing of your skin allows you to eliminate perspiration and possible bacteria that have settled on it while you were sleeping.

Note that it is important to apply your makeup on a perfectly cleansed skin. Otherwise, the bacteria left under the layer of makeup may grow there.

Scrubbing can be a complement to your daily skin cleansing. Once a week, exfoliating your skin de-clogs and re-energizes it. By choosing a natural body scrub, you can both nourish your skin and stimulate cell repair.

Also you can try the mask once every 15 days. It is very effective in maintaining skin hygiene. Especially effective against blackheads, the aloe vera face mask from LuckyFine cleanses deeply.

In addition to ridding your skin of pollution or makeup residue, the exfoliation and mask restore your skin’s radiance.

Cleansing is the first step. If you make this a habit, you’re on the right track. Once you’ve cleansed, your skin needs to be moisturized. Cleansing and moisturizing are essential in preventing spots, pimples or redness.


All skin gets dehydrated. Whether your skin is dry or oily, rehydrating skin care products are designed to counteract the lack of water. These products also protect the skin against environmental aggressions and help it to renew itself.

To restore the balance of your dehydrated epidermis, don’t hesitate to investigate. Trying different skin care products will allow you to find the most suitable for your skin.

There are many brands that offer skin care products for every type of skin. Just like your makeup remover or cleansing lotion, your moisturizer must be tailored to your skin type. The matifying day care from Nivea is, for example, suitable for oily skin.

Like cleansing, moisturizing doesn’t require an evening in your bathroom. Moisturizing steps are quick and easy. Remember to wash your hands beforehand. Then, gently apply and massage your moisturizer into your skin.

Woman putting cream on her face in the bathroom

Putting a little moisturizer on your face at night really doesn’t take much time ©artisticco/123R

You can also opt for moisturizing scrubs and masks that stimulate skin renewal.

In addition to rehydrating skin care, it is also crucial to quench your thirst regularly.

You can also check the humidity level in your home. It’s also possible that the air in your home is parched. Heating with electric or floor heaters is often responsible for water deficits. The humidifier has the advantage of diffusing water vapor to compensate for the low humidity level in the atmosphere. Many humidifiers air also diffuse essential oils. These have virtues for the skin, including antioxidant properties.

Despite the preventive measures, it can happen that an imperfection appears. To treat it and, if necessary, camouflage it, several options are available to you.


When faced with a skin blemish, an essential “non-gesture” is to not touch with your fingers. You risk aggravating the pimple or even generating more of them. However, it is possible to do something to minimize their visibility.



A product that is particularly recommended when redness and pimples occur occasionally is the serum. It dries out the pimple and reduces the redness. Vitamin C Facial Serum from Bionura fights skin problems and aging.

After a layer of serum, feel free to apply a moisturizer that will protect your skin.

On the other hand, if you want to camouflage the imperfection, concealer is the best solution.


Stick concealer dries out the pimple and hides it. Remember to check its shade before applying it. For a camouflage effect, it’s best if the shade of concealer is as close to your skin color as possible.

If your pimple requires more consistent camouflage, choose a dual-action concealer such as the Gemey Maybelline’s Cover Stick Complexion Corrector. The green tint of the concealer and the red tint of the pimple absorb. This redness corrector thus diminishes the red color of the pimple.

Some product lines (including the Cover Stick listed just above) have the advantage of offering a wide selection of correctors in different shades. Their creamy texture is easy to apply. Their result is natural. Green concealers are often effective against the most visible skin flaws.


After applying concealer, blend your complexion with your usual foundation or a tinted moisturizer like BB cream by Gemey-Maybelline.

Finally, drop a touch of powder on the pimple or spot. This touch allows for long-lasting concealer and foundation. This way, the blemish will remain hidden throughout the day.

If the cleansing and moisturizing phases seem simple to you, you may be a little more concerned about the time spent on the blemish treatment phase. Sure, you’ll probably spend a little time covering up your first skin blemish. But rest assured, once you get the hang of it, you’ll have a fresh complexion in minutes!