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For most girls, skin issues start in adolescence when puberty kicks in.

That can leave you with several years of problem acne and other issues.

You’d be wrong if you think that these issues will go away just because you’ve reached adulthood.

You may be able to blame the acne on different things now, but the basics in caring for your skin and keeping it blemish free tend to stay the same.3

Here are some things you should never have stopped doing.

1. Wash Your Face, but Not Too Often

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If you’re having an issue like oily skin or continual breakouts, you might think that washing more often can solve the problem.

Most skincare experts suggest washing once or twice per day as a teen, and that’s something you can keep on doing as you get older.

Washing too much can actually backfire on you so don’t think that more soap and water will solve the problem.

Once in the morning and once in the evening is plenty for most people.

2. Make Sure You Know Your Skin Type

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Knowing your skin type is something that you probably figured out as a teen.

Now that you’ve grown up, things might have changed.

See your doctor and reassess your skin type.

That ensures that you choose products that work for your skin.

Using products for the wrong skin type won’t be doing you any favors so being sure is important all through your life.

3. You Will Always Need to Moisturize at Least Once a Day

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You should always apply moisturizer after you wash your face.

When your skin is damp is the prime time to apply lotion because it helps the product absorb and lock moisture into your skin.

If you wash twice a day, you’ll need to moisturize twice.

Choose a moisturizer meant for day and one for night so that you can always have the best skin in town.

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