We all know sleeping in our makeup is bad, but how bad is it really? 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 from oil production and pore clogging.
2. Your complexion will appear dull.
3. Your skin will look older — and you'll have more wrinkles as the dirt traps in the skin
4. If you have acne, you might make it worse.
5. You could put yourself at risk for an infection.
6. You may develop a rash from makeup dyes and perfumes.
The Bottom Line
Even if you're super tired, wash your face before heading to bed — your skin will definitely thank you later. At Beauty Bar Therapy we recommend you do it according to your skin type, we can help you to figure out what's right for you if you're not sure with our extensive skin analysis assessment in salon.
"Cleanse twice daily. At night, if you wear heavy makeup, start with a quick cleanse to get rid of makeup and then a second cleanse to treat your skin. If you have normal to dry skin, find a gentle cleanser to lift off impurities, makeup, and dirt. For oilier skin, look for exfoliating cleansers with alpha-hydroxy acids, and for acne-prone skin, consider a topical treatment that contains active ingredients specific for this skin type."
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