My last few advises would be this 4 they can seem a bit obvious but a lot of people think that there’s no harm in doing it more than once in a while.
- Don’t Wear Makeup to Bed – When you’re tired, it can be tempting to go to bed without washing your face. But leaving makeup on your skin can clog your pores and cause acne. So use a gentle cleanser or makeup remover to wash it off. Use a soft wash cloth or cotton pads. If you use acne medicine, now’s a good time to put it on when your face is clean and when you’re not going to be putting on makeup.
- The Dangers of Tanning – You may like to be tan, but a tan means damaged skin. You hurt your skin when it changes color from the sun or indoor tanning. UV exposure can increase your risk of skin cancer — now or later. It can also lead to wrinkly, leathery-looking skin and spots. You can get a sunburn in a tanning bed just like you can in the real sun. Regularly using tanning beds increases your risk of melanoma (the deadliest skin cancer) by eight times.
- Choosing Makeup – If you wear makeup, choose products that have “nonacnegenic” or “noncomedogenic” on the label. They should be less likely to cause acne or clog pores. Look for makeup that is water-based and not oil-based. Some makeup has expiration dates, even though they’re not required. In general, eye products should be replaced first. Mascara, for example, should usually be used no longer than four months.
- Makeup Safety Tips – Don’t share makeup or makeup tools, and use fresh applicators when trying on makeup in stores. Germs from other users can make you sick. Don’t apply eyeliner inside your lid because it may irritate your eye. And if you’ve had an eye infection, buy new makeup to avoid re-infecting yourself. Never put on makeup in a bus or car. A bump or swerve could cause you to scratch your eye or get makeup and germs in it.