Skin Care

5 Tips to Help You Get Rid of Textured Skin

Get Rid of Textured Skin

Want to achieve smoother, younger-looking skin? You’re not alone. Bumps, rough patches, dryness, and discoloration impact everyone to some degree. With an overwhelming number of products on the market that promise soft, glowing skin, it can be challenging to know where to begin. 

Also, smooth skin isn't’ all about looks. Like any other organ in your body, ensuring that your skin is healthy is essential for your overall health and wellbeing. If you are wondering how to get smooth skin, it’s important to understand what causes unevenness. 

What Causes Face Texture? 

What Causes Face Texture

Face texture is most commonly caused by a buildup of dead skin cells on the skin’s surface. This buildup clogs pores, resulting in texture, blackheads, and redness. The environment can also impact the way your skin looks, as pollution and sun exposure can cause oxidative stress that damages your skin’s ability to produce collagen - the protein that keeps your skin looking smooth and young. 

As you age, your skin can become rough and dry due to depleted collagen levels and lack of hydration. Additionally, acne and acne scarring may cause visible marks or uneven texture. 

How to Improve Skin Texture



Exfoliating skin is one of the best ways to get rid of uneven skin. Scrubbing your face with a gentle exfoliator will remove dead skin cell buildup and oil and dirt that can clog your pores and lead to skin texture. Store-bought exfoliating scrubs or sonic cleaning brushes can be very effective; however, if you have a lot of texture, it may be worth seeing a professional for a chemical peel or other more advanced procedure. 

It is essential to be sure you are not over-exfoliating. Too much “deep-cleaning” of your pores can strip away natural oils, which may cause the texture on your skin to worsen. Twice a week is ideal for best results. Additionally, use formulas that are not too abrasive and make sure products have spherical particles instead of jagged edges to prevent micro-tears in your skin. 

Wear Sunscreen

    Wear Sunscreen

    The sun is one of the leading causes of uneven skin texture. Damaging UV rays can impact your skin’s ability to produce collagen and elastin, leading to wrinkles, age spots, and redness. Because of this, SPF is one of the most important skincare products to add to your beauty collection.   

    Try adding sunscreen to your daily routine. You can wear it under makeup, and some moisturizer options have broad-spectrum SPF in them. SPF 30 is recommended for daily use; however, if you’re spending large amounts of time outside, go for SPF 50 or higher. 

    Apply Oils 

      It may seem counter-intuitive, but adding oil to your face can actually make it less oily. If the texture on your face is concentrated around one area (for example, around your nose), try adding an oil treatment to your skincare routine. 

      When you strip your face of its natural oils with exfoliants and cleansers, it causes your skin to overcompensate and produce additional oils, leading to clogs that produce blackheads and texture. Applying oil-based products can help regulate your skin’s oil production so that you experience less texture-causing oil buildup. Start by applying the oil products to your t-zone (the center of your face) and any other unusually textured spots. 

        Adjust Your Diet

        Adjust Your Diet

        When it comes to achieving smooth skin, what you put in your body is just as important as what you put on it. Processed foods and refined carbohydrates can impede your body’s good bacteria, creating an imbalance that can lead to skin inflammation and breakouts. 

        Replacing these foods with ones that are rich in vitamins and antioxidants can make your skin appear smoother and healthier. Foods like salmon, berries, and vegetables can help prevent and reverse the appearance of skin damage caused by environmental toxins and help your skin look more moisturized. Foods rich in antioxidants can also help reduce redness and inflammation. 

        Drink More Water

          Keep your skin moisturized from within by staying hydrated. Water helps your body flush out the toxins that can lead to dryness, clogged pores, damage, and irritation. Additionally, drinking water helps keep your skin moist, which reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, making your skin look fuller, plumper, and more youthful. Many experts recommend trying to drink eight glasses of water a day for optimal benefits.


          Unsightly bumps or texture on your skin can be frustrating. And, with so many products on the market that offer smooth skin, determining the best way to get rid of uneven skin can be overwhelming. Regularly cleaning your skin, using products that protect it from sun damage, and eating food that fuels healthy skin cell function is a great place to start. It’s also important to note that everyone’s skin is unique, so you should try out a few different methods and products to find out what works best for your individual needs.

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