Easy-to-fall-for skin myths

Easy-to-fall-for skin myths

Easy To Fall For Skin Myths.There Are Many Misconceptions Related To Skincare Like Wearing Sunscreen Everyday Is Too Heavy Or Exfoliating Regularly Will Ensure A Clear Skin.

London: There are many misconceptions related to skincare like wearing sunscreen everyday is too heavy or exfoliating regularly will ensure a clear skin. So it's time to move away from such myths and get ready for a flawless skin.
Here are some of the myths attached to skincare busted by experts at Proactiv brand, reports
Myth 1: Wearing sunscreen daily is too heavy for my oily complexion.
Truth: To prevent damage or to help avoid a blemish outbreak, protecting your skin with a sunscreen should be part of your daily skincare routine. If you suffer with oily skin, try a lightweight formula underneath your make-up, or find a foundation or tinted moisturiser with an SPF built in.
Myth 2: To prevent blemishes you should completely strip away the oil from the skin.
Truth: While there is no doubt that oily skin should be controlled to keep the complexion clear and shine-free, completely stripping the skin of all its natural oils can play even more havoc with blemishes and spots.
Myth 3: I should exfoliate regularly to ensure my skin stays clear.
Truth: Exfoliating excessively can strip the skin of essentials oils and spread bacteria. Instead of a daily scrub opt for a much gentler exfoliant to keep your skin in a good condition.
Myth 4: You shouldn’t use moisturiser on oily skin.
Truth: Blemish-prone skin needs hydration too. In fact, drying out oily skin sends a signal to your body to produce even more oil; a nightmare for those who already suffer with problem skin.
Myth 5: The only thing that will cure my eyes bags and dark circles is more sleep.
Truth: Allergies, swollen veins beneath the skin’s surface or a diet high in salt may also be the cause of bags under your eyes.
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