The Dangers Of Sleeping With Your Make up On



Sleeping in your makeup is bad for your health, but how bad is it really? 

You know you should take your makeup off before you go to bed, but sometimes you're just so tired.
But don't you know that this habit might carry consequences that will have you reaching for the makeup remover every single night.

Let's just say, you'll be very vigilant about removing your foundation, concealer, mascara, and more after reading this article.

1. You'll break out.
Experts says, if you don't cleanse your face, dirt and dead skin cells are not removed. They stay on the skin, clogging pores and leading to chronic inflammation in the form of pimples.

2. Your complexion will appear dull.
If you've ever woken up in the morning, looked in the mirror, and wished your skin looked brighter, your lack of cleansing before you hit the bed could be the problem. Oils and dead skin cells on the outermost layers of the skin are matted up against the pillow all night, and natural turnover of this dull epidermal layer is diminished. 


3. Your skin will look older — and you'll have more wrinkles.
Dirt and makeup trapped against your skin cause environmentally-induced oxidative damage. This leads to a breakdown of the skin barrier and prematurely ages your face.

4. If you have acne, you might make it worse.
While cleansing is an important step in anyone's beauty regimen, it's especially key for those who have temperamental skin. For those with oily skin, like acne patients, sleeping in makeup could worsen their skin conditions.

5. You could put yourself at risk for an infection.
While the act of sleeping in your makeup may not cause an infection, if you already have an active skin abrasion, such as an inflamed acne pimple, it's possible that an infection can occur because your skin barrier is compromised.

6. You may develop a rash.
Makeup often contains irritants like dyes and perfumes that, when left on the skin for long periods of time, can cause inflammation. Adding that those with rosacea or sensitive skin can be especially susceptible.

After establishing a good skin routine, your complexion will look so glowing, you won't need nearly as much makeup to brighten it up.

While they’re no substitute for washing your face with cleanser and water, they’re better than nothing—and can help you avoid next-day breakouts.

(Source: WomensHealthMag)
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