sleep with your make up

Is it OK to leave face paint on overnight?

You don’t need a degree in dermatology to know you’re a bad idea to sleep with your make up. This isn’t good for your skin or bed linen. Perhaps you think, it’s late. I’m tired. I’m tired. What’s the harm in falling without washing my face once? Yeah, it’s more dangerous than you might imagine. Going to bed without washing your face is bad news and can have a negative cumulative impact. This is your icky material, your laughter and under the surface when you nix remove your maquillage before bedtime.

Pores get obstructed

Make-up sleep is assassination on your pores. You’re going to bed with lipstick, since too many makeups have ingredients such as silicones that block pores. If the pores are blocked, the skin becomes bumpy. It can also lead to break-outs if you are acne-prone. You hurt the skin effectively by failing to make-up at the end of the day and this is the disadvantages of sleeping with face paint.

You’re having acne

Just like our hearts never stop beating, our skin never stops working. Water, protein, lipids and various minerals and chemicals are composed of the skin. You prevent pores from producing sebum while making up, which can lead to noticeably bigger pores and acne extravagances.

block pores

You damage cells in the skin

The practice of makeup sleep also influences skin cells. Makeup can trap environmental contaminants and free radicals that can kill skin cells, including collagen, which cause premature skin ageing. Not only does it crash on pores and lead to stings in the end of your concealer, but it can also speed up the ageing process.

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