It is late, you are just returning from a marathon workday that included a long dinner with a client. You are so exhausted that even thought of anything more involved than a quick splash of water to your face with water seems like a herculean task. It is easy to cut corners after a night out– or even a night in watching Netflix.
Don’t, warns Dr. Yael Halaas, one of New York’s top plastic surgeons. Dr. Halaas stresses that the proper removal of makeup should be a part of your regular beauty routine, safe from the last minute sacrifice. Dr. Halaas warns that when you leave makeup and/or sunscreen on for extended periods of time, it can lead to skin irritation (think pimples), inhibit the rejuvenation process (think wrinkles), and potentially infection (think eye infections).
So what is the proper way to remove makeup and sunscreen? Here are some tips on how to cleanse and freshen the face at the end of the day:
Establishing a proper makeup removal routine will help keep your skin blemish-free and aid in the skin’s rejuvenation process.
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