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Are Your Makeup Habits Harming Your Skin? Here Are Tips To Avoid Skin Problems

As we move forward in the face of changing times, one thing that has become increasingly popular among women is makeup.

Not doing it correctly, on the other hand, can result in more skin harm than you might think. Because certain makeup products include a high concentration of chemicals that may not be suitable for your skin type and may cause problems for your skin in a variety of ways.

Dermatologists outline the most prevalent concerns that people may have when they use makeup on a regular basis.

Continue reading to find out what might happen to your skin if you use cosmetics on a regular basis without taking care, as revealed by dermatologists in this article.

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If makeup is worn for an extended period of time and is not removed before sleeping, it may cause pores to become clogged with debris.

As previously stated, it is critical to thoroughly cleanse your skin because makeup and debris can irritate the skin, causing outbreaks and a poor complexion. To remove your makeup, use a gentle cleanser that is appropriate for your skin type.

Makeup can cause premature ageing as well as emphasize fine lines and wrinkles on the skin. Skin can become more dry or oily after wearing makeup than usual.

As a result, having a thorough skincare regimen before putting makeup and after removing it at night is quite crucial in order to avoid premature ageing.

Additionally, some people choose not to apply sunscreen before putting makeup. The sun' s rays cause age spots and uneven skin tone on the skin.

Additionally, combining SPF with foundation may alter the efficacy of the product and may result in you not receiving the necessary protection from UVA and UVB rays. As a result, the light foundation can be placed on top of your daily sunscreen without compromising its effectiveness.

Maintain the cleanliness of your makeup equipment and brushes to avoid any skin allergies or discomfort. Because the cosmetic product becomes stuck in the bristles, you have a higher chance of transferring bacteria, oil, and grime to your skin each time you use them.

In accordance with the expert' s recommendations, here are some considerations to bear in mind when applying makeup to different skin types:

Skin Types: Combination to Oily

Preparing the skin with cosmetics that are appropriate for oily skin is essential. For gentle cleansing, use cleansers that are water- or gel- based in nature.

Remember to exfoliate your skin once or twice a week to keep it looking its best. After cleansing, apply toner to minimize open pores and prepare the skin for moisturizer application. It is recommended that you use a light gel or water- based moisturizer.

A foundation that is suitable for oily skin should be chosen. Use loose powder or pressed matte powder on top of your makeup to mattify it and make it look more natural. Instead of using a cream blush, opt for a matte blush. Make use of an oil- free makeup remover to avoid any type of outbreak on the face or neck.

Normal to Dry Skin

Preparing the skin with hydrating cosmetics will help it to look its best. After cleansing, toning, and moisturizing your skin, you can proceed to applying your makeup. Ice applied to the face can be a useful tip for improving blood circulation and making the skin appear more luminous, according to certain studies.

Make use of a foundation that is suitable for skin types ranging from normal to dry. This has the potential to improve the appearance of the skin' s radiance. Set the foundation with a translucent powder that is not too heavy.

Eye cream should be applied underneath the concealer to prevent creases beneath the eyes. In order to combat dryness, a cream blush might be applied. It is important to remember to apply the cream over the cream product to avoid having spotty results.

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