HOW SLEEPING WITH MAKEUP ON CAN ADVERSELY AFFECT YOUR SKIN?

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HOW SLEEPING WITH MAKEUP ON CAN ADVERSELY AFFECT YOUR SKIN?

“I’ve not put on that much makeup today, and my skin is still looking fine, even after a long tiring day, it’s ok skip the bedtime cleansing tonight” If you think this way, I swear by the skincare goddess that you are going to damage your healthy skin very soon. Sleeping with a grimy face and makeup can cause extensive harm to your skin, especially during the night.

Let’s get to know how:

  • Makeup can clog the pores

Unremoved makeup embeds itself into your skin pores, and letting it stay there for a whole night will clog your pores. It’s necessary to remove your makeup and cleanse your skin to give those poor pores a chance to breathe, stay clean and healthy.

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clogged and enlarged pores

  • Chances of breakouts

You are allowing the whole day’s dirt, debris, and bacteria to build up on your skin, which results in inflammation. Sleeping with a face full of makeup (usually oil-based makeup products) will result in blackheads and heinous breakouts.

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  • Dull complexion

Makeup adversely affects the skin if you wear it for longer hours. It will settle down into your fine lines and creases, that everyone’s skin has, and that causes your skin to look dull and grey.

  • Dry and cracked skin

Makeup worn for the whole day sucks the skin’s moisture, this is even worse at night since that is when your body recovers and repairs itself, including your skin. That is a big reason for dry and cracked skin, if you habitually sleep without removing your foundation, concealer, and other products. But, removing it helps your skin to feel light, fresh, and maintain its moisture levels.

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Premature Aging

  • Early skin aging

The skin goes through its healing and rejuvenation process overnight, but makeup chemicals, and all that grime, make this repair process much harder. Due to disrupted collagen production, you will begin to notice fine lines, wrinkles, and fatigue signs appearing sooner than they should.

Sound sleep, with a cleansed face, decreases cortisol (stress hormone) levels, helping skin replenish and repair the daytime damage.

Getting luxuriously glowing skin is as easy as one, two, three!!!

Following the 3 basic steps of a skincare routine are sufficient to get gorgeous skin:

  1. Cleansing to remove dirt

  2. Exfoliating to get rid of dead skin cells, and

  3. Moisturizing to balance the skin moisture and pH level.

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HOW POOR DIET AFFECTS YOUR SKIN

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HOW POOR DIET AFFECTS YOUR SKIN

We are all so concerned about our daily skincare routine, for but are we giving equal importance to our daily food intake routine too???

“You are what you eat” is a term easily thrown around, but it’s actually a bigger truth than you might think. Our skin condition reflects what we eat and how we look after ourselves from the inside out. Our bodies function best when we fuel it with balanced, healthy, and nutritious food.

The following are the skin conditions you may experience due to poor diet.

POOR DIET AFFECTS YOUR SKIN
  • Dry skin

A dehydrated body will suck the moisture out of your whole body, including the skin. If your body is running out of the water, your skin will appear dry, flaky, and stretched. If you drink more water and eat hydrating foods, these nasty side effects can be avoided.

POOR DIET AFFECTS YOUR SKIN
  • Rough and dull skin

If your diet is lacking certain minerals and vitamins, be ready for dull, rough-textured, saggy, and uneven complexioned skin. The main component of skin structure is collagen, which relies on vitamin C. Eating citrus, and dark leafy green foods can help you regain your beautiful skin. Other vital vitamins and minerals include Biotin, Vitamin E, and Zinc. Beans, nuts, and seafood are good sources for these nutrients.

 
  • Acne

As well as having a good skincare routine, many estheticians suggest you evaluate your iodine intake if you have frequent acne breakouts. Iodine-rich foods may make the skin more prone to acne breakouts.

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  • Inflamed face

A diet that includes frequent consumption of highly processed food, refined carbohydrates, and TV dinner style foods, can cause mild inflammation in the body and intensify skin problems such as acne, puffiness, and red or flushed appearance.

  • Stretch marks

If you are lacking truly nutritious food in your diet, your body is likely deprived of essential minerals like zinc. And, as you age or gain weight, skin will stretch and leaves you to face the stretch marks and scars. Mitigate these scars and stretch marks with spinach and diets high in zinc content.

  • Saggy-baggy eyes

Alcohol intake dehydrates your body and leads to under-eye bags. Alcohol also reduces your sleeping hours, leaving your body with less time for effective restoration and relaxation.

  • Wrinkled forehead

Top skin experts believe that deep, carved lines on your forehead are an SOS to stop overconsumption of sugary foods. Too much sugar intake, especially refined sugar, breaks the elastin and collagen in our skin, which is necessary to keep our skin firm.

POOR DIET AFFECTS YOUR SKIN
  • Aging

Eating fast food often deprives your body of the essential nutrients like minerals, proteins, vitamins, and good fats, which means you’re not getting enough, therefore aging your skin.

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