Sleeping with Your Makeup On?
After a long and tiring day out, you may feel like cleaning up our makeup is the last thing that you would want to do. Whatever excuses you might have; whether you are just plain lazy or tired, heading straight for a snooze fest would only do harm to your skin. But, in all honesty, how bad is it really? Continue scrolling to find out.
1. Pimples party.
There are many factors that can contribute to skin breakouts and one of it is none other than sleeping in your makeup. Since most makeups are oil-based, it can clog the pores, mix with the additional dirt and oil that has built up throughout the day - creating the perfect recipe for major skin breakouts.
2. Hello, wrinkles!
Leaving your makeup on overnight, in the long run, can prematurely age your face. Don’t believe us? Well, check out the recent experiment done by the Daily Mail where one woman stopped washing her face and re-applied her makeup on top of her unwashed skin each morning for a whole entire month. As a result, she had aged her skin by a decade! Oh, lord!
3. Sleeping sahara.
The leftover cake on your face creates a barrier that blocks moisture away from the skin, leaving you with dry and irritated skin.
4. Open pores
Your pores will get significantly larger due to physical clogging. The worst part is that the pile of dirt in your pores doesn’t just makes them more noticeable and appear larger, but will actually stretch it overtime too.
5. Dull complexion
Our skin naturally takes its own sweet moment during the night time to repair and renew itself. Sleeping with your makeup on will block the renewal process that keeps your skin looking fresh, vibrant and glowing in the morning.
Try to make a habit of removing your makeup, even when you’re super tired or sleepy before heading to bed. If you are always in the rush, why don’t you clean it up with just one swipe with Bioderma Sensibio H2O Micelle Solution - a non-rinse & make-up removing micellar. Your skin will love it, believe us.
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