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How to clean makeup properly?

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Makeup is an art. It helps to give a glow up and enhance their beauty. After putting on makeup, many find themselves more confident for parties or important conferences. Some do makeup on occasions, and others love to do it regularly. But doing makeup can damage your skin if you do not maintain a healthy makeup routine. 

However, many keep makeup on their face for a long to make it worth the time and cost. But it could damage the skin badly.

What happens to your skin if you keep makeup for a long time?

Makeup blocks the pores of our skin. It creates pressure and stress on our skin. It can age you prematurely by causing wrinkles and fine lines. You can experience much dryness and large visible pores on your face.

Leaving makeup for the whole night can trap the dirt on your skin accumulated during the day. The dirt can harbour bacteria and may lead to skin infections. In addition, the elasticity of your skin is hampered. As a result, blackheads, whiteheads, breakouts, or acne problem increases a lot. 

Non-comedogenic makeup can also clog your pores and cause acne and pimples. 

Makeup can hamper the normal rejuvenating process of your skin. Makeup traps the dead skin cells, leaving a dull complexion, and you will lose your skin's natural glow. 

While you might now agree that cleaning makeup is important, knowing how to clean it properly is necessary. Otherwise, some makeup can remain on your skin even if you wash your face. 

The right way to clean makeup

When you are done with the purpose of your makeup, you need to leave it on your skin immediately. Double cleansing is a good way to ensure proper cleaning of makeup. It would help if you had a microfiber sponge or makeup removing cotton pads, micellar water, a face cleanser, and a face scrub. 

First, put moderate micellar water on your makeup remover sponge or cotton pad. Many clean their makeup by using coconut oil or olive oil. This melts the makeup and helps to remove it from your skin. Then gently clean your makeup using the sponge. 

If the makeup is no longer visible, wash your face with a mild cleanser or normal water. Now you need to scrub your face. Scrubbing can clean makeup from deep layers and exfoliate the skin by removing dead skin cells. 

There are some other home remedies for removing makeup. Find which one suits your skin and ensures deep cleaning. This way, you can lessen the damage of makeup on your skin. Once you are done cleaning, moisturise your skin for healthy and glowing skin.

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