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Everyone enjoys a new beginning. Take remove all your makeup if you want to have clear, radiant skin when you wake up. By removing your makeup at night, you’re doing your skin the greatest service possible.
Even merely wearing facial makeup while you sleep can result in dry skin, acne, and even wrinkles from the breakdown of collagen. Eye infections, eye discomfort, styes, and broken eyelashes can all result from leaving eye makeup on. Every night, take off your makeup for optimal skin maintenance.
We all know that thorough cleansing is the first step to having healthy skin, but occasionally it seems that no matter how hard you scrub or lather, you just can’t manage to remove all of your makeup. There, we have been. Despite our greatest efforts, we still don’t know how to totally remove makeup.
With that being said, here are three tips suggested by Dr Rashmi Shetty, a dermatologist to properly remove makeup from your face and cleanse them.
1) Remove makeup from the pigmented areas
Start by removing your makeup from the pigmented areas first, such as your eyes, lips, and eyebrows. After that, wash your hands or clean the remainder of your face with a fresh corner of the makeup removal cloth. By doing this, you can keep the coloured makeup off the rest of your face.
2) Remove makeup gently
When removing your makeup, be gentle. If you need to be rough or rub your skin to remove your makeup, you are either using the wrong makeup remover, not enough of it, or you are not giving it enough time to emulsify the makeup. You won’t feel the need to be harsh if you are following those instructions correctly.
3) Remove makeup from your neck and ears
Don’t forget about your neck and ears during cleansing, just like when applying skin care. Since hardly everyone takes a shower at the end of the day, it is even more crucial to make sure your neck and ears are clean.
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