I think it is safe to say that clear, glowy skin is something we all strive to achieve. Personally I have, and still am, struggling with that. Sometimes more, sometimes less since I have sensitive, dry skin. Everyones skin is individual and there is not the one skin routine but here are some things that I like to keep in mind and do.

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1 daily cleansing

First of all I wash my face with warm water every morning and every night. The warm water will open up your pores, which will help any products used afterwards to really get into your pores and work its magic.
After that I tone my face. As a toner I like to either use rose water or tee tree water. You can also easily make those yourselve by mixing distilled water with rose/tee tree oil (100ml distilled water / 25 drops of the chosen oil). This way you can keep it simple and avoid all these unnecessary ingredients, such as alcohol, fragrance and chemicals over chemicals.
At last I moisturize my face because moisturizing is key. Like I have said before, I have very dry skin so I like to use water-based gel moisturizers. For example the Neutrogena Hydro Boost which gives my skin the moisture it deserves.

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2 additional care

I don't use a cleanser every single day because my skin reacts really sensitive to it and tends to dry out but I use the Bioré charcoal cleanser or the Neutrogena pink grapefruit facial cleanser every other day to really get my pores cleansed.
Exfoliating 1-2 times a week helps to get rid of dead skin, which again really helps with dry skin. I really like the L'Oréal sugar scrubs since they're based on natural ingredients but you can also easily make homemade exfoliators. For example leftover coffee grounds if you use a filter coffee machine (can also be mixed with sugar) or you can mix honey with sugar, the list goes on.
Face-masks 1-2 a week is another way to treat your skin. I personally use a mask which includes tea tree oil once a week to help my acne prone skin and then one which includes cucumber and urea to help my dry skin.
Another thing that I like to do once at the week at the most, usually more like every other week because a bitch gets busy, is doing a facial steam. For that I just boil water and then put chamomile extract (or just chamomile tea bags) with the hot water into a bowl big enough to hold your face above. Put a towel over your head and stay there for 15 minutes. I really wouldn't recommend doing this more than once a week because it will dry your skin out.
I also really like pure tea tree oil as a spot treatment, but really just on single spots because otherwise it will be to harsh. This will help try out any pimple and help to calm and reduce redness.

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3 make-up removal

I don't wear make-up every single day to give my skin some well deserved breaks but when I do I make it a priority to completely take it off and the end of the day and I use the Garnier micellar water. It is fragrance-free and overall really doesn't have lots of ingredients which is always nice. Just put the product on a cotton pad and swipe it all across your face. Now I know the commercials say, wow, amazing, you only need one cotton pad and removed ALL of your make-up. However I always do it twice at least when I have had a whole face of make-up and usually also use a make-up wipe beforehand to broadly wipe it off.
After I do the same steps I have talked about when it came to daily cleansing.

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4 extras

You have heard this endless amounts of time but drinking enough water is good for your skin and your whole body. I would say there can't be too much water but there actually can be, especially when you're suffering from a cardiac defect. If that's the case please inform yourself or I am sure your doctor already has, so you don't literally drown your lil heart.

The food you put into your body can also affect your skin. For most people thats extremely greasy and fried food or dairy. Now I am not one to tell you to completely cut all of that out of your diet because I am definitely a fan of eating clean 24/7. I do try and care about eating healthy and balanced most of the time but if I want fries, I am going to get fries.
I'm just going to list some foods that are good for your skin. Those include avocado, nuts, broccoli, sweet potatoes, pepper, blueberrys and the list goes on. Basically reduce foods with unhealthy fats and lots of sugar but I am actually planning on writing and article on nutrition so I will further get into that topic.

The final thing I am going to talk about are cinc capsules which you can usually just get at your local drugstore. I take one of those every day, first thing in the morning. Cinc is proven to not only be good for your skin but also your hair and your nails.