After a hard day, the temp­ta­tion to go to bed with make­up on your face is greater than ever. Although make-up removal takes a few min­utes, banal lazi­ness or severe fatigue lit­er­al­ly push­es us into the arms of Mor­pheus. But turn­ing a blind eye — in the truest sense of the word — to hygiene is dan­ger­ous for skin health! Reg­u­lar refusal to remove make­up threat­ens to turn into sad con­se­quences for the appear­ance after a short time.

What is the danger of sleeping with makeup on your face

What is the danger of sleeping with makeup on your face

You don’t have to be a cos­me­tol­o­gist to under­stand that sleep­ing with make­up on your face is not the best idea. Ignor­ing sim­ple rules when using cos­met­ics can be safe­ly called a bad habit. How­ev­er, in the life of every rep­re­sen­ta­tive of the fair sex, there must have been moments when there was not enough strength to remove make­up. Unpleas­ant results of fre­quent for­get­ful­ness will be:

  • The appear­ance of acne, acne. Many beau­ty prod­ucts con­tain sil­i­cone, which clogs pores. In addi­tion, cos­met­ics dur­ing the day col­lects dirt, sweat, grease. All these sub­stances become a favor­able envi­ron­ment for the repro­duc­tion of microbes, due to their activ­i­ty, inflam­ma­tion appears on the face. And the risk of acne, black­heads and black­heads due to pol­lu­tion increas­es sig­nif­i­cant­ly.
  • Pre­ma­ture aging of the skin. For the whole day, the skin under a lay­er of make­up gets tired, cos­met­ics pre­vent it from breath­ing. In addi­tion, such prod­ucts lead to the dry­ing of the skin, imbal­ance. By refus­ing to remove cos­met­ics, you dis­rupt the col­la­gen pro­duc­tion process, so the skin los­es mois­ture faster. Which inevitably leads to the appear­ance of ear­ly wrin­kles, dull­ness of the skin.
  • Increased risk of aller­gies. The longer make­up is in con­tact with the skin, the more cos­met­ics affect the epi­der­mis. Because of this, the risk of aller­gies increas­es. It can declare itself increased dry­ness, red­ness, rash­es. And if the rem­nants of a pen­cil, mas­cara, shad­ows get into the eyes dur­ing sleep, they will become inflamed, red­dened and swollen.
  • Decreased skin tone. When a per­son rests, his skin is also restored. And if make­up inter­feres with this, the regen­er­a­tion process will be dis­rupt­ed. An inevitable side effect of your own neg­li­gence will be a decrease in skin elas­tic­i­ty, a decrease in its elas­tic­i­ty.
  • Dete­ri­o­ra­tion of eye­lash­es. Under a thick lay­er of mas­cara, the eye­lash­es are deplet­ed. If you often sleep with cos­met­ics, you may notice that the eye­lash­es began to fall out more. Their growth may slow down, and neglect of the rules of ele­men­tary hygiene threat­ens with brit­tle eye­lash­es.

How to help the skin during sleep without make-up remover

If after a hard trip, an exhaust­ing day at work or in oth­er force majeure cir­cum­stances, there is no strength left to remove make­up, you should not reproach your­self in this sit­u­a­tion. A one-time refusal to remove cos­met­ics at night will not lead to a sharp dete­ri­o­ra­tion in the skin con­di­tion. If you still haven’t washed off your mas­cara, foun­da­tion, and oth­er prod­ucts before bed, be sure to take emer­gency worlds after wak­ing up.

In the morn­ing it is worth wash­ing with foam or gel twice, and not once, as usu­al. In order for the skin to ful­ly rest, it is advis­able to make a mois­tur­iz­ing mask. It will return mois­ture to the skin, plus, when it is removed from the face, all the rem­nants of cos­met­ics will be washed off. After the pro­ce­dure, a mois­tur­iz­er should be applied.

Even with a total lack of time, no water or make-up remover, you must try to remove make­up with the same wet wipes for remov­ing make­up. Yes, they do not cleanse the face as effec­tive­ly as milk or foam, but still it is bet­ter than noth­ing. The main thing is that sleep­ing with make­up on your face does not turn into a habit. Keep in mind that you may be aller­gic to wipes. There­fore, these express assis­tants must be test­ed upon pur­chase.

Remem­ber that the most dan­ger­ous types of cos­met­ic prod­ucts for the skin are tonal bases, oil-based creams. They block the pores, do not allow the skin to ful­ly breathe. Con­ceal­ers left overnight con­tribute to the appear­ance of wrin­kles, loss of elas­tic­i­ty of the epi­der­mis around the eyes. Mas­caras and eye shad­ows do no less harm. These prod­ucts can cause red­ness of the eyes, thin­ning, brit­tle eye­lash­es. Cos­met­ics such as lip­sticks and lip gloss­es are also harm­ful. Under their influ­ence, the skin of the lips begins to peel off, crack. But it is worth remov­ing any kind of cos­met­ic prod­ucts before going to bed.

Makeup removal mistakes

Makeup removal mistakes

Even if make­up is care­ful­ly removed in the evenings, this does not mean that the skin remains absolute­ly clean. Some­times women make typ­i­cal mis­takes in the elim­i­na­tion of pol­lu­tion. The most com­mon ones are:

  • Stretch­ing of the skin dur­ing the pro­ce­dure. It is nec­es­sary to clean the skin as care­ful­ly as pos­si­ble, espe­cial­ly when it comes to the cov­ers around the eyes. It is impos­si­ble to stretch the skin, press hard on it or rub it with cot­ton pads. To pre­serve the beau­ty and health of the epi­der­mis, you need to abun­dant­ly moist­en the disks with make-up remover and sim­ply apply them to the eye­lids for a few sec­onds.
  • Removal of water­proof cos­met­ics with con­ven­tion­al means. With water­proof lip­sticks, mas­cara, a sim­ple foam or gel will not cope. But even when using spe­cial sub­stances, it is impor­tant to prop­er­ly remove mas­cara from the eye­lash­es. You can not rub your eyes from left to right. Cos­met­ics are removed only from the roots of the eye­lash­es to the tips.
  • Refusal of addi­tion­al wash­ing. Even if after cleans­ing cos­met­ics the skin seems per­fect­ly clean, wash­ing should not be neglect­ed. All make-up removers, includ­ing the most del­i­cate ones, must be thor­ough­ly rinsed off. Water will pro­vide the skin with nat­ur­al hydra­tion and help com­plete the pro­ce­dure.
  • Ignor­ing ton­ics. Cleans­ing the skin with only foam, milk or gel will not be enough in most cas­es. Remov­ing make­up must nec­es­sar­i­ly include the use of ton­ic. This tool pre­pares the skin for the use of the cream, mois­tur­izes, restores the acid-base bal­ance, tight­ens pores and, in addi­tion to every­thing else, removes the small­est rem­nants of impu­ri­ties. And the ton­ic will increase the effec­tive­ness of the cream applied after it.

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