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Three Things That Ruined Your Complexion Without Your Knowing it!!!!

Pretty, porcelain skin is the goal for many people when it comes to their complexion. But what if you're not getting the results you want because of things you're doing without knowing it? Here are three ways your skin care routine might be sabotaging your efforts. Tune in to find out how to fix these mistakes and get on your way to perfect skin!



1) Sleeping with make up on,

Never sleeping with makeup on is always the best policy for clear skin. Leaving your make-up on over night can cause problems for the skin in a few ways. One, it can lead to bacterial infections, as the make-up will sit on your skin and provide a breeding ground for bacteria. Two, it can lead to clogged pores and acne, as the make-up will cake and accumulate on the skin's surface. This will prevent your pores from breathing, which can lead to blackheads and other blemishes. So save your skin and take a few minutes before bed to wash your face! Never sleeping with makeup on is always the best policy for clear skin. Leaving your make-up on over night can cause problems for the skin in a few ways. One, it can lead to bacterial infections, as the make-up will sit on your skin and provide a breeding ground for bacteria. Two, it can lead to clogged pores and acne, as the make-up will cake and accumulate on the skin's surface. This will prevent your pores from breathing, which can lead to blackheads and other blemishes. So save your skin and take a few minutes before bed to wash your face!


2) Over exfoliating

Scrub-a-dub-dub, we all love a good exfoliation session. But did you know that over exfoliating your skin can actually cause more harm than good? Excessive scrubbing can cause your skin to produce more oil, exacerbating breakouts. It can also cause inflammation and irritation. Over exfoliating can strip your skin of its natural oils, leading to dryness and cracking. Finally, it can make your skin more sensitive to the sun and increase your risk of sunburn. So next time you reach for that loofah, be sure to use a gentle touch! Your skin will thank you for it.


3) No Sun Protection

You might think that you can skip the sunscreen on cloudy or rainy days. After all, the clouds provide natural protection from the sun's harmful rays, right? Wrong! Although clouds and rain may reduce the amount of UVB radiation exposure, it does not completely block out UVA radiation. UVA rays are just as harmful as UVB rays, and can cause long-term damage to your skin. So next time you're tempted to leave your sunscreen at home, remember that a little bit of protection is better than none at all. Your skin will thank you for it!

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