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7 Things You Should Never Do to Your Face

 

1. Nail Polish

Trying to paint your face for a Halloween or costume party? This only belongs on your nails. It has acrylic molecules that will actually dry the skin out. So, if you’re thinking about doing up your face for a theme party, only use paint designed for your face.

 

2. Acetic Acids aka Vinegar

Yes, you can apply vinegar onto your face as a toner, but it’s better to get a toner that contains the ingredient instead of whipping a bottle out of your kitchen cabinet. Vinegar can lose water over time and become stronger, so if you use it on your skin, it can actually burn it if you don’t know exactly how long it’s been in your possession.

 

3. Body Lotion

It would be nice to just slather on one lotion and be done with it, but body lotions should NEVER be applied to your face because they’re usually a lot thicker and typically contain fragrances that might irritate your facial skin. On your face, you should always use something more gentle and delicate Think of body lotions and creams like spackle — they’re there to fill in lost moisture, not to target your facial needs like anti-aging.

 

4. Foot Creams

This is basically a no-brainer, but if you’re desperate and only have a foot cream laying around, DO NOT put it anywhere near your face — even if you just have a tiny dry patch. They’re just too rich, thick, and sticky to be applied to your facial skin. They’re formulated to break down thick calluses on your feet and often contain chemical exfoliants at percentages that you would never want to use on your face.

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5. Hair Serum

Just because a formula has the word “serum” on the label doesn’t mean it’s the same kind of serum that your skin can handle. You’re trying to coat the hair shaft with different types of ingredients that you wouldn’t normally use to treat fine lines or any other skin woes. Plus, a lot of them contain fragrances that can heavily irritate your facial skin.

 

6. Shampoo

The same surfactants that clean your hair, stripping it of excess oil and dirt, are not the same ones that you should be cleansing your skin with. Shampoos are manufactured to clean and do things to your hair shaft, they’re not designed to deal with the delicate molecules of your skin. If you washed your face with shampoo, it would end up being really dry and flaky.

 

7. Hair Spray

You may have heard somewhere that it will help set your makeup, but it should NEVER be applied to your face because it contains lacquers and alcohol that will dry our your skin, causing your skin to become dehydrated and you to look older. Plus, hair spray has repellents in it that could irritate your skin, leaving it red and bumpy.

 

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