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Makeup Wipes what you should know.
Makeup wipes could be doing more harm than good when it comes to your skin's health.
If you regularly use makeup wipes to clean your face, we have some bad news: It’s time to rethink your cleansing routine.
While makeup wipes might seem like a godsend ― they’re quick and easy to use, which is great for low-maintenance and convenience, as it turns out they could be doing more harm than good when it comes to keeping skin healthy. We’re talking breakouts, irritation and even allergic reactions.
That doesn’t mean you need to abandon them altogether, but there are some things you should know when it comes to makeup wipes and their effectiveness.
For starters, they don’t do the best job of cleaning the skin, makeup wipes can remove some of the grit and grime on your face, but they’re not getting rid of all of it, since you’re typically not rinsing your face after using them.
It leaves a residue that’s left on the skin still.
Since wipes aren’t totally effective at getting rid of excess oil, using them regularly could lead to clogged pores, which could lead to breakouts.
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