The Three Traps of Make-up Removal That Would Make Your Skin Become Worse

We are all well aware of the importance of make-up removal, but whether the procedure and methods are correct or not, can be a problem. Are you making the same mistakes when you remove your make-up? Let’s see the three traps of make-up removal you may fall into.

1.The lipstick on my lips has all been “eaten” up and can’t be seen, so I don’t need to remove it again. WRONG

Many women are especially careful with the removal of the eyes’ make-up. However, the make-up on the lips should not be ignored. The idea that the make-up on the lips has disappeared if we can’t see it is wrong. As long as we have applied any make-up to your lips, we should cleanse them with make-up remover at night.


2.I use the facial cleanser that has the effect of removing make-up, so I don’t need to use the make-up remover particularly. WRONG

Even if a facial cleanser is claimed to have the function of removing make-up, it can’t replace a specialized make-up remover.


3.Only after I rub my face over and over again can I remove the make-up thoroughly. WRONG

What’s your method to remove the make-up? Do you pour the make-up remover on a cotton pad and then rub your face over and over again until all the make-up is gone? That’s a wrong way to do it.

If you have acne and other skin problems, this would make your acne worse. Conversely, the excessive rub of your face would also cause the acne. Therefore, when you remove the make-up, you should do it in a gentle way.


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