Sleeping with make up definitely results in many damages for your skin-health.Dermatologist Dennis Gross says that sleeping in makeup is “one of the biggest mistakes” ANY woman can make where her skin is concerned. Therefore,dont deceive yourself by believing this: ”Oh that’s only for people with oily/dry skin.”
Sleeping with make up also makes you age earlier than you expected.
”The large particles and pigments break down over the day and have been exposed and metabolized by natural processes as well as exposure to environmental pollutants and bacteria, molds, and mites from the outside. The metabolic byproducts, as well as the breakdown of the makeup itself, prevent the important role of microcirculation, which helps renew skin,” dermatologist Jeannette Graf told.It is completely a nightmare for a woman.
Moreover,if you continue sleeping with make up,your pores will be frightul.”Doing so can block pores, leaving oil trapped inside.This leads to bacteria build up, breakouts, and enlarged pores — which are many of the reasons women wear makeup in the first place.”Dr.Gross said.In other words,your make up may not bother your sleep but damages your pores.
Sleeping with make up does not harm only your pores but also your eyelashes.It is an irreplaceable part of the make up.
”Left-on mascara can cause eyelashes to become brittle, break easily and even shed faster.That proved to be true in poor Anna Pursglove’s case: “My eyelashes, meanwhile, seemed to have stuck together into two giant mono-lashes, meaning applying further mascara was getting difficult. On several occasions I caught myself pulling eyelashes out in clumps and became genuinely concerned that they might all come out,” Dr. Schlessinger told.
A survey clearly reveals what happens you neglect cleaning your face before going to bed.This woman did not clean her face for a month.The result is here:
So,think twice before go to bed with your make up.