10 Things You Should Never Put On Your Face! (Number 9 Will Completely Disappoint You)

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Face skin is extremely sensitive and requires proper care  It can be damaged so you could never ever clean it…

10 ingredients  you should never apply onto your face:

Lemon

Lemon can cause permanent skin damage, it can change the natural pH of the acid mantle and cause skin irritation, sun sensitivity, and hyperpigmentation.

Hairspray

Never utilize hairspray as a thing that will keep your makeup on your face. It will destroy your face skin. Next time when you are going to apply a hairspray on your hair secure you’re confronted with a towel or something else.

Toothpaste

Toothpaste will also destroy healthy moisture from the surrounding skin areas and may also burn the skin leaving dark patches.

Use tea tree oil or benzoyl peroxide.

Petroleum jelly

Petroleum jelly can be helpful for sealing in moisture on super dry, delicate skin, along with safeguarding cuts, bug bites, and other injuries from the air.

Skin will feel softer initially, but just as petroleum jelly seals wetness in, the thick emollient also seals in dirt and debris. It can cause dryness with time because it keeps out additional air and moisture.

Hot water

Warm or hot water opens the pores and this allows dirt to enter and cause inflammations and infections.

Use lukewarm water and avoid spending too much time showering, especially in the winter period when the skin is more prone to dryness and itchiness.

Hydrogen peroxide

This s one of the best ways to stop and get disinfected the injury, it on but don’t put it on your face.

The corrosive nature of oxidizing agents like hydrogen peroxide can burn and blister the skin due to oxidative tension.

Body lotion

Never cleanse the face with body lotion because if it was created for the facial skin, it would not be called body lotion.

Sugar

Rebecca Raymond, Carefree Organics creator, wrote that salt and sugar draw out your wetness

Using sugar can virtually harm the face skin,  it is utilized for scrubbing legs as well as other parts of your body, but not your face.

Baking soda

Baking soda is not a good skin cleaning agent because it is an alkaline ingredient which destroys the acid mantle of the skin removes the oil and moisture from the skin, and makes it more sensitive to sun exposure.

Rubbing Alcohol

Used for disinfection of the wounds but you cannot utilize it on your face because it will make an inflammation and infection.

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