Beauty Myths: Fact or Fiction Part 2

Skincare Myth: I don’t need to wear SPF every day because there is some in my makeup.

Fact or Fiction: Fiction!

You should include SPF in your daily skincare routine. To the most coverage you’ll need about 14 times the normal amount of Finishing powder with SPF or 7 times the Liquid make up with SPF usual amounts of product to achieve the SPF that most products claim to have.

 

 

Skincare Myth: Oily skin doesn’t need to be moisturized…

Fact or Fiction? Fiction!

All skin needs moisture to maintain a natural balance. If it gets out of whack, your skin will be forced to produce more oils than necessary and that can cause more problems.

 

Skincare Myth: Wash your face as often as possible to remove acne causing bacteria….

Fact or Fiction? Fiction!

Excessive washing can leave your skin dehydrated. Wash nightly before bed to remove dirt, make-up residue and oils that can clog pores. Wash in the morning to remove any excess oils and dead skin cells that accumulates while you were sleeping.

 

Skincare Myth: Make-Up causes acne….

Fact or Fiction: Fiction!

Studies show that in most cases acne most likely caused by the way you treat your skin on a daily basis and the cleanliness of your make-up brushes. Cleansing your face daily with a good facial cleanser to remove make up residue AND washing your make-up brushes on a regular basis so you don’t introduce bacteria into your pores.