6 Damaging Things Makeup Wipes Can Do to Your Skin.

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Although it just sounds like a blessing after a fatiguing day, wiping your makeup does not matter. It's just the other way round. Make-up wipes can damage your skin regularly and cause several problems. Live Update has identified 6 methods that make-up wipes can affect your skin negatively. See them below. Check them down.

1. They cause dryness.

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Wet wipes contain alcohol that removes your makeup but removes natural oils from your skin. A lack of humidity causes dry and dry skin. However, these wipes do not clean your face effectively, leaving your skin less absorbent and still leaving behind waste. Thus, they don't work as well as you want when you use a moisturizer afterward.


2. They can lead to allergic reactions.

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We are known to cause allergic reactions with wet wipes. Pigmentation and redness are common, but serious reactions can occur too. A woman had a similar reaction in 2015, but she was left on her fingers and face with burn-like blisters due to wet linen. It should read the label first and check the ingredients if you need a wipe.


3. They are the reason for clogged pores and breakouts.

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People use facial wipes to rid themselves of dirt, oil excess, make-up, and more, but they do not know the residue remains. This leads to obstructed pores and splits.


4. They can cause cancer.

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The "wet" in wet wipes is nothing other than chemicals and conservators that harm your skin. Chemical parabens, as it emulates estrogen properties and can enhance the growth of the breast cell, have been associated with breast cancer.


5. They can cause premature aging.

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The use of maquiladora wipes can prematurely make you age, according to a famous cosmetic doctor and skincare expert. If you use face wipes, your skin is rubbed roughly, leading to loose skin and discoloration and pigmentation.


6. They don’t really clean your face.

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Make-up wipes never really clean your face, according to renowned esthetic and skincare expert Renea Rouleau. They simply "smear dirt, bacteria, oil, and makeup." They break the maquillage particles down, but they're all doing that. Every time a correct rinsing is necessary. The best way to get rid of maquillage is to wash it off with a soft cleaner and water.

You're wiping your face? If not, what is your maquillage to remove? In the comment section below, you can find out.

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