Skincare Habits That Actually Damage Your Skin

No one can deny that we often find various ways and products to keep our skin feeling fresh yet healthy. However, as much as we try, there are some skincare habits making that damage our skin. Yes, you may purchase the expensive or best-selling products in the market and have a daily skin care regime all set out but there are also beauty mistakes you make which you did not realize. So let’s check out the habits which you need to break in order to stop damaging your skin more.

  1. Over Exfoliating

Exfoliating your skin is a must to deeply clean the dirt away from your pores. It will make you feel clean and fresh but unfortunately doing it too much damages your skin. Try to limit it to twice a month only as the scrub may be too rough especially for those with sensitive skin.

2. Using the Wrong Products

It is important that before you begin any skin care routine, you should determine your skin type. Whether you are selecting skin care products or makeup, you need to choose the right products which suit the type of your skin. . Different people have different skin types from dry skin, oily or a combination, thus, using the wrong products will explain why your skin is not getting the results it should.

3. Taking Extreme Hot Showers

Hot showers can be refreshing and relaxing especially after a long day of work. However, keep the period short as showering in extreme hot water for too long can cause the skin to become dry as it strips off your natural skin oil. Make sure to moisturize your skin after each hot shower you take to maintain the smoothness of your skin.

4. Not Changing Pillowcase Frequently

Many of you may have overlooked this point and tend to ignore that it actually brings an impact to your skin. As we sleep, the oils secreted from our face and hair onto our pillowcase. As gross as it sounds, it plays a role and it is a must for you to regularly change your pillowcase.

Do you have any other habits that damage our skin that most of us do not have a clue on? Please feel free to share your ideas in the comment section below.