Wearing makeup and other cosmetic products can be difficult for women with sensitive skin. If they wear the wrong product it can result in skin irritation, unsightly breakouts or even rashes. When this is the case, it may be tempting to give up makeup rather than deal with the uncomfortable side effects.
Fortunately, most beauty manufacturers have some form of sensitive skin product that they offer. The key to selecting beauty products that aren’t irritating, is to understand what the label means. A label that reads “hypoallergenic” is claiming that it is free of most allergens that may cause sensitivity.
Most people prefer to sleep by putting a face on the pillow. Rubbing against a pillow all night pushing bacteria into the eye. Especially if you use mascara, especially waterproof mascara.
Sweating in Your Makeup:
There’s something really unpleasant about walking around the beach on a scorching hot day with a face full of makeup. Beyond feeling less than zesty, sweating in your makeup may be particularly detrimental to your skin. Sweating is your body’s way of cooling itself by releasing perspiration. As it does so, it also releases internal toxins from the pores. Makeup can create a difficult barrier for sweat to break through—instead of exiting the pores and evaporating, it can get stuck on the surface of the skin and create a greasy mess. Allowing too much sebum to sit on top of your skin can have detrimental effects, like breakouts and dryness.