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If we talk about beauty, the first thing that comes to mind is makeup, right? Since makeup is one of the most popular beauty products, technology has allowed many of the ingredients to have no harmful effects on the skin. Today we can find a wide variety of anti-allergy, moisturizing, protective products, among others.
Although everything sounds great, the truth is that excess makeup is bad. And without proper care it can have harmful consequences for health. According to EsSalud dermatologist Giuliana Nieto, the part that is most affected by makeup is the eyes. Being such a delicate area, the use of mascara can cause conjunctivitis.
Eye makeup is generally the most difficult to remove and there is almost always residue. What in a long time can end up affecting visibility. As for the skin, the damages include hypersensitivity, acne, dermatitis and even rosacea in more sensitive skin. In addition to clogging pores, which causes wrinkles and blackheads.
But guess that? Studies conducted at the University of Washington, women who use cosmetic products in large quantities, tend to experience menopause two years earlier than the average. Therefore, the recommendation of skin specialists is to wear makeup sparingly. Less is more. Also use products that are vegan and organic preferably. To this must be added a good cleaning.