We often see some “experts” endorsing beauty suggestions on the Internet, and many girls are easily interested in this information. However, whether these so-called beauty tips are effective or not, we feel that they are open to question. Here we find a few beauty tips and tricks that we think are the worst.
1. Daily exfoliation
Daily exfoliation will cause your skin to lose its natural oils and cause irritation before the superficial skin is completely healed. Instead, we recommend normal skin to be exfoliated two to three times a week, and sensitive skin to exfoliate once a week.
2. Daily makeup is bad for your skin
In fact, there is nothing wrong with daily makeup, as long as you are diligent in skincare during this process, there will be no problem. As long as we do the following
Keep our makeup brushes clean.
Use products that suit our skin type.
Make sure to remove makeup every day.
3. Just need sun protection during the day
If you don’t think you will be hurt by the sun on a rainy day, you are wrong. Regardless of season or weather, you should apply sunscreen every day. Ultraviolet rays are the main cause of sun damage and skin cancer. They are not affected by hot and cold weather, nor are they blocked by clouds.
4. Squeeze your face
Since the 19th century, some women will pinch their cheeks to obtain the effect of blush. But we must say that continuing to do so will cause blood vessels and capillaries to rupture.
5. Use safety pins to poke acne.
Don’t do this! To avoid infections and scars, leave it to professionals like dermatologists. Never squeeze acne or pimples.
6. Hair spray can be used as a cosmetic styling agent.
Hair spray is very effective in preventing static electricity and preventing curls, but that’s all. Spraying it on your face or spraying it directly on your skin is harmful to you. The harmful ingredients of hair spray will dry your skin and make you look older. Not to mention, it also leaves a sticky film.
7. The higher the SPF value, the better the sun protection effect.
SPF mainly refers to the ability of a sunscreen to block ultraviolet B radiation. Although UVB rays may be the main cause of non-melanoma skin cancer and sunburn, you also need to consider ultraviolet A radiation. UVA causes wrinkles and other signs of skin aging. Only a “broad spectrum” sunscreen can protect you from both. Therefore, products with a high SPF value will give you a false sense of security.
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