1) Remove Gluten from your life.
Okay, this one sounds a bit obvious, right? Let me explain. Gluten dwells in far more places than your kitchen, though cutting it out there is probably a good place to start. In fact, Gluten can be hiding in your makeup bag and can aggravate the skin issues you're already dealing with. Research Gluten Free makeup brands. One I'm aware of is Red Apple Lipstick, which has FABULOUS reviews. But it's a bit pricey, in my opinion. I personally don't spend $24 for a tube of lipstick on a regular basis, and I haven't for Red Apple Lipstick's makeup yet. So, I can't recommend it personally, but I've heard GREAT stuff about them. Give it a try, and let me know if it's worth it! ;) Other Gluten Free Makeup Brands include EOS (which I LOVE), Zoya, and TEMPTU. You can find an in depth list at the: Gluten Free Makeup Gal.
Drinking water helps in a multitude of different ways, but the benefit we're focusing on here is flushing those nasty, pimple-making impurities out of your skin. Plus, if you accidentally ingest Gluten, it will aid in flushing that stuff out of your system more rapidly too. Oh, and don't forget this perk . . . who doesn't love cute water bottles? ;)
Keeping your face encased in a thick layer of makeup isn't good for your skin in general. Whether it contains Gluten or not, if you already have issues with your skin -- clogging your pores up even more is not necessarily beneficial. So, make sure to clean your makeup off really well every night (maybe with these), and pick at least one day a week to not wear makeup at all and give your skin a break.
I'll meet y'all back here tomorrow. Have a great rest of your day!!