Is makeup remover bad for your skin?

BorshaBowmik

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Most people use some kind of exfoliating product in their skincare routine, so for most people this is just a little bit too much for your skin to handle. Makeup wipes can cause micro-tears in your skin that can advance the aging process (this is also why skin pros don't want you to use harsh facial scrubs like St.)
 

lizza_johnson_10

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Most people use some kind of exfoliating product in their skincare routine, so for most people this is just a little bit too much for your skin to handle. Makeup wipes can cause micro-tears in your skin that can advance the aging process (this is also why skin pros don't want you to use harsh facial scrubs like St.)
I have sensitive skin so my makeup artist recommended me make up removers that contain aloevera. You can use aloevera based products, as Aloe vera has a property of entering the skin cells and cleaning them , so as a natural remedy it'll not harm but glow your skin.
 

roshanikumari

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It's important to know that cleansing your skin and removing your makeup are two different things. A facial cleanser won't remove the leftover foundation from your face and while makeup remover won't necessarily clean the remaining toxic from your face. Usage of both is necessary to keep your skin hydrated and aging-free. It's a good thing if you are using makeup remover especially if you are a makeup lover and apply it almost every day. It acts as a safeguard to your skin against the chemicals you apply.
 

BlackWhite

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Most makeup removers are harmless for your skin, but ingredients matter. consistent with board-certified dermatologist Dr. ... "If they continue to be , the residue from them may expose the skin to excess amounts of varied chemicals including emulsifiers and surfactants. These can dry the skin and also irritate it.
 
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