3. Use a clean towel or tissue to touch your face if necessary, rather than your hands.
4. Be mindful of rubbing your eyes or scratching your nose, as these areas are particularly prone to irritation and breakouts.
5. Consider wearing gloves if you find it difficult to keep your hands away from your face, especially during cold or flu season.
6. Practice good skincare habits, such as cleansing and moisturizing, to keep your skin healthy and clear.
7. Avoid using harsh scrubs or exfoliants that can damage your skin's natural barrier and cause irritation.
8. Stay hydrated and eat a healthy, balanced diet to support your skin's overall health and appearance.