Sometimes these products can have unintended consequences because their components are not right for you or because you have not used them correctly. Eyenews.us tells you what to do
The correct use of a blush, a base or a lipstick is not everything. Removing the remains of these products on the face before going to sleep is as important as putting on makeup. Not only is it aesthetic but part of personal hygiene, removing make-up should be part of the daily routine of every woman, explains Isabel García, who has 20 years in the area of Cosmetology.
María Antoinette Mastrogiacomo, dermatologist, states that the consequences of not removing makeup can result in acne or even conjunctivitis when the mascara is not removed. In addition, removing the makeup prevents the skin from shriveling due to the accumulation of dead cells on the surface, which cause the skin does not breathe, accelerating the aging process. 10 minutes are enough to remove the makeup before going to sleep
Side effects of makeup for the skin
My face itch!
Mastrogiacomo points out that cosmetic dermatitis occurs when some component of the product used causes allergy in the person. Its symptoms are: reddening of the skin, itching and rash.
The dermatologist explains that there are different causes:
-A product that makes up the cosmetic behaves as a primary irritant, evidencing the symptoms mentioned above.
-The hypersensitivity dermatitis, which is the one that takes longer to be recognized by the person, since the symptoms are not immediately evident after the application of the product.
The combination of a cosmetic product with the sun can generate an allergy known as photosensitivity. In the majority of opportunities, patients do not associate the presence of ultraviolet rays, the product and the subsequent allergic reaction.
If you realize that you have any of the symptoms of a skin allergy: rash, itching or redness, stop all the products that you are applying and go to a dermatologist to determine the reason and avoid complications.
Acne in sight
In addition to allergic reactions, some component of makeup or moisturizer for the face can generate acne. Mastrogiacomo recommends, at the moment of acquiring a cosmetic, to make sure that it is “non-comedogenic”, that is, that tests have been carried out and that they do not produce pimples or pimples. The dermatologist says that this can also occur with sunscreens and moisturizers.