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It’s About Time to Let Go of These Habits This 2022

Feb 16th 2022

It’s About Time to Let Go of These Habits This 2022

It’s already the second month of 2022 but here you are still struggling to solve the perennial ‘how to break bad skin habits’ problem. It has always been a dilemma. How to start resolutions – and actually commit to them.

We know how tiresome it is and how difficult it is to set forth on that repetitive cycle of making resolutions and disappointing ourselves because we can’t commit to them.

Bad Skin Habits to Let Go This 2022

Well, what if we change the way we look at things? Instead of once again creating those skincare resolutions, why not start by letting go of habits that are essentially not good for you? Here are some bad skin habits that you can let go of this 2022:

1. Constantly touching your face.

While many studies have been made to prove how contaminated our hands are1, many individuals still find it difficult to stop themselves from touching their faces. Remember that your hands can come into contact with dirt, grime, and many other things that can aggravate the presence of skin oil. Every time your hand touches your face, you are also spreading these to your face. As a result, this may clog your pores or trigger an acne outbreak.

2. Procrastinating.

Sure, it can be totally tiring to follow all those CBD skincare routines. But if you truly want to get that smooth and young-looking skin, you have to stop putting things on pause and start taking things seriously.

For starters, you can opt for a minimalist type of skincare routine. Focus on the essentials and limit the number of CBD skincare products that you apply to your skin. You may use quality skincare products that can provide more than one benefit to the skin, like Complete Hemp’s Face & Eye Moisturizer Cream with CBD. This CBD beauty product is made from organic aloe vera, full-spectrum oil extract, plant peptide complex, shea butter, kokum butter, vegetable glycerin, licorice, Vitamins B5 and E, and jojoba oil that eliminates the need for multiple products and applications as it works as a moisturizer and anti-aging eye cream. With its meticulous formulation, this gently yet very effective eye cream can provide wonderful benefits to your skin like reducing the appearance of age spots and dark circles, keeping your skin hydrated, and rejuvenating your skin.

3. Popping your pimples.

You may have heard from your friends that popping your pimples is a fast-track solution to eliminating them. But this is actually far from true. Remember that the bacteria, pus, and oil coming out from that pimple can get deeper into the skin and may cause more swelling and redness in your face. Worse, this may even leave a permanent scar on your face.

To help you improve your skin, you may opt for a CBD skincare product that is particularly made to target skin concerns. CBD facial serum, like Complete Hemp’s Collagen Booster Serum with CBD, may help improve the firmness of your skin and help reduce the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, and other signs of skin aging.

Aside from full-spectrum oil extract, organic aloe vera, microalgae, comfrey, argan oil, vegetable glycerin, and organic lemon oil, this high-quality CBD face serum also contains Vitamin C which is known to stimulate collagen synthesis, assist in antioxidant protection against UV-induced photodamage2, and has anti-inflammatory properties that may help reduce the redness and swelling brought about by those pimples.

This 2022, invest more in yourself. Let go of the habits that are not helpful to you and embrace new ways to take good care of your skin. Of course, you can add more to your list. But let’s take things one step at a time. No pressure.

For more helpful CBD skin care tips, feel free to read on here.


1 Judah G, Donachie P, Cobb E, Schmidt W, Holland M, Curtis V. Dirty hands: bacteria of faecal origin on commuters' hands. Epidemiol Infect. 2010 Mar;138(3):409-14. doi: 10.1017/S0950268809990641. Epub 2009 Sep 2. PMID: 19723362.

2 Pullar JM, Carr AC, Vissers MCM. The Roles of Vitamin C in Skin Health. Nutrients. 2017 Aug 12;9(8):866. doi: 10.3390/nu9080866. PMID: 28805671; PMCID: PMC5579659.