8 Charts That Will Help You Become a Skin Care Expert


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Since I was twelve I was dealing with breakouts and to be honest, I didn’t really care for my skin like how I should have. I’d get on a short phase where I was obsessed with washing my face and taking care it, but that lasted for about… 5 days max. Then I got lazy and started wearing my makeup to bed. It was a horrible cycle of wanting clear skin, but not really caring enough to do anything about it.

But slowly over time, I started to become more conscious of my skin health, especially since taking care it also means you’ll look a lot better when you get older. And I know a lot of you might be in the same boat I was in; wanting to take care of your skin, but maybe not sure what’s the best way of doing it. So down below I’ve included some seriously awesome graphs to get you started and make you a genius (well.. almost) at skin health.

From each graph, I take one tip that I think is the best or know to be true (and sometimes I’ll give my own tip as well). And once you’re finished, let me know in the comments what your favorite tip was.

But First… A Quick Tip

Latte on a table held by a girl

If you want to add something to your drinks and food that keeps your skin looking younger, then I would seriously recommend collagen protein powder which you can check out here. 

ALSO, this brand is specifically great since it’s flavorless (which is awesome since I hate adding things that make my favorite drinks and food taste horrible). So I would definitely check it out here and see how you feel and look after using it for a little while.

Let’s Start With What Can Cause Acne

Shower Water: Uh.. wait what? Yeah, apparently the metals in the water can cause you to break out, so a quick fix is to get a water filter or cleanse your skin right after your shower. It’s as simple as that.

Quick Note!

Hey, also want to know the 9 habits of women who are always attractive (it’s not what you think!)? Click here to check them out!


Source: Cosmopolitan

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Now What You Should be Eating for Clear Skin

Chia Seeds: Chia seeds are an awesome option if you’re looking for great foods for your skin. They have antioxidants in them with have bacteria fighting properties (bacteria in this case being acne), which makes them a great choice.


Source: One Green Planet

You Should Probably Try Out Cinnamon

Cinnamon is great in that it also has antibacterial properties which means it’ll be fighting off breakouts on your face. You can either put it in a face mask or drink it with some tea; either way, your skin will be benefiting.


Source: Dr. Axe

Drinks for Your Skin

Ginger Detox Tea: This tea has awesome ingredients that will give you clear skin. Ingredients like green tea, lemon, ginger, and honey. All four of these things will fight bacteria and give you beautiful glowing skin.


Source: The Indian Spot

Because You Need an Essential Oils for Your Skin

Calendula: This essential oil is great since it reduces swelling and redness, and fights acne. Definitely a great go-to after washing your face.


Source: PopSugar

Now You Need a Skin Care Regiment

Having a skin care regimen is super important if you want to make it a habit and keep your clear skin around. And that’s why I love how the blogger from Gurl found an awesome infographic for doing just that.


Source: Cassandre Beccai

If You Want to Look Good Without Makeup

Tinted Moisturizer with SPF: This is a great option so you’re not caking on foundation, but you’re benefiting your skin and keeping it clear and young.


Source: Top Beauty Brands – Site no longer available for viewing.

Lastly, Easy Home Remedies for Clear Skin

Honey: This ingredient that many people already have in their kitchen is great for fighting off breakouts and nurturing your skin to give it awesome health. Leave it on as a mask once a day and you’ll have great skin. Just remember not to go out with it on.. it’ll look a bit strange to people.


Source: Home Remedy – Link and site is no longer available.

Now whether you’ve been taking care of your skin for a while but wanted some new tips and hacks, or you just want to start, all of these will get you well on your way to having clear skin. Just make sure to stay away from things that will cause a break, don’t pick at any pimples (scars are not fun.. trust me), and create your own regimen to keep acne under control.

Now if you have any questions or any clear skin care tips yourself, let me know in the comments below! I’d love to hear about them!

Chasing Foxes was started in 2016 as a way for Grace and her husband, Silas, to start traveling. However, they started to realize that they had a passion for improving themselves, and wanted to help others level up their lives as well. So whether it's with cooking, travel, or staying healthy, they want to help you better your life bit by bit, as they do the same.

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Silas & Grace

Chasing Foxes was started in 2016 as a way for Grace and her husband, Silas, to start traveling. However, they started to realize that they had a passion for improving themselves, and wanted to help others level up their lives as well. So whether it's with cooking, travel, or staying healthy, they want to help you better your life bit by bit, as they do the same.

39 thoughts on “8 Charts That Will Help You Become a Skin Care Expert”

  1. Anything that would help psoriasis? My husband and son suffer from it. I need help for their large patches that get very dry, itchy, and bleed.

  2. Hi,
    Love the post its very informative. However i now have too much information and i dont know what to use exactly!! I like structured instructions such as first do this, then apply this, after that use this… etc. so Is there a day to day regime that you can jot down? I Like the chart which says drink lemon water 3x a week, apply mask 1x a week. This chart is easy to follow but leaves me with questions like can the toner be missed out on? if not where does that feature? Skin care is tooo confusing for me and i have never been able to follow a regime! Do help!

  3. So a few other things I found are unknown causes : pillowcase, it needs to be changed once a week, in hot water.
    Your hair if you style your hair to touch your face, it can cause more oil
    Towels, they are just as dirty

  4. Hi, I’m 15 and i have plenty of acne problems. I wash my face every morning and night but I don’t see a lot of changes also i have a quick question, if you leave on a hot towel on your face and than do the baking soda mixes with water to exfoliate would it irritate your skin? Also can any of these tips that you listed help with removing blackheads?

    • Hey Margarita! Many acne problems that happen when you’re a teenager are caused from hormones. I would totally talk to your doctor about what types of options you have for that (I know he’ll have plenty of tips! 🙂 )

      And water with baking soda shouldn’t irritate your skin, but I’d VERY gently scrub your face with it. 🙂

      As for blackheads, I’m not sure. You might want to go to the original source and aks the creator of the health skin charts. 🙂

  5. I have areas on my face that breaks out over and over again same area. I am a Double Transplant Patient on the list again. My skin looks sick and I don’t want to wear make up ( usually a powder foundation and blush only) so don’t know what to do. Please help

  6. I’m having crazy breakouts on my chin and in the middle of my eyebrows!! Should I be using a honey mask everyday? I been using honey and lemon then I was off after 10-15 mins then I tone with burts bee then I moisturize with coco oil and tea tree oil. I also been using the shea butter black soap. Idk but things are not working for me I keep breaking out!! Ughh plz help lol

    • Hey May, I’d definitely try out different masks if the honey one is making you break out. Or talk to a dermatologist about it! Many times breakouts are caused by hormones and they’ll know exactly how to take care of it. 🙂

      • You should try the aloe nad honey face mask and keep it on for 30 min and then tone and moisture well .This problem is so common with me also and is mostly happen because of poor taking care of your skin or may be because of not cleaning your face properly amd further problem increases then you should consult to your dermatologist

    • You should invest in cleanser moisturizers and serums made professionals as they have lot’s of research backing them up. Lemons are very irritant and bad for your skin. If none of this works contactt your dermatologist. DIY skincare can result in more breakouts, irritated skin, and more blemishes.

  7. Very good article!! Quick question .. I was using organic honey as mask for two weeks still got a ugly breakout ..any idea what could be the reason ..I am also drinking 2-3 cups of green tea everyday..please advise should I continue to use honey or leave it ..

    • Hey Soniya! Let’s see.. how long are you keeping the mask on your face? I’ve found that the longer I keep mine on, the more chance for a breakout I have (due to it clogging up my pours). If it’s not that, then I would think that there’s something in the honey that’s irritating your skin. And if that’s the case, then definitely try something different like olive oil or jojoba oil.

      • There is sugar in the honey so it just food for the bacteria in the zit you have a different type of acne so you do not need honey. You should use type of oatmeal masks or rose types or like olive oil, vitamin e or Shea butter


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