Many women like to wear makeup. It is part of their daily beauty routine. Some can't even imagine going out without makeup. Make-up emphasizes the advantages of the face, hides imperfections and raises self-esteem.
However, wearing makeup every day has a number of negative effects on the skin, especially heavy makeup. Here's what can happen to your skin if you wear makeup every day.
Make-up creates conditions for clogging the pores of the skin. Even if you've always had clear skin, you're not immune to acne breakouts. Women who suffer from acne are more prone to worsening the inflammation if they wear makeup daily. Make-up also contributes to an increase in the secretion of sebum, which further lubricates the skin and makes acne even worse.
The withering of pimples becomes more difficult
When you wear makeup every day, the passage of inflammation on the skin becomes slower and more difficult. If you do get a pimple, it's much more likely to go away more slowly if you wear makeup every day. It's important to let the skin breathe longer and more often without clogging it with makeup so it can heal more easily.
The mascara can harm the eyes
Daily application of mascara on the eyelashes makes them beautiful, but it can also cause intense hair loss. This is due to the chemicals in the mascara that can cause the lash hairs to fall out, leaving them sparse and brittle. In addition, prolonged use of the same mascara carries the risk of eye infections due to its saturation with bacteria, sebum, dead skin cells and other pollutants. Replace the mascara regularly, even if it is not completely worn out.
If your skin becomes red, swollen, small red bumps appear, itches, itches or hurts, this may be a sign of contact dermatitis. It occurs when the skin comes into contact with chemicals that cause irritation. Stop using the product you think is causing the irritation and consult a dermatologist.
Wearing makeup on a regular basis can accelerate skin aging processes. This is due to the inflammation that the ingredients in many makeups cause. This usually happens most noticeably in the area around the eyes, where the skin is thin and delicate, prone to damage and the appearance of mimic wrinkles.