Make Up & Sleeping

"Sleeping in makeup can be detrimental to the skin's
health"  -Dr. James C. Marotta, Facial Plastic Surgeon & Skincare Expert.


"This is especially true because the skin repairs itself at night while you sleep, so makeup can clog your pores and not allow the skin to breathe." Marotta also warns that it can cause uneven skin tone, dryness, redness, acne, and even deepening of wrinkles. And that's not all. Sleeping in your makeup can increase your exposure to free radicals (which makeup attracts during the day), leading to collagen breakdown and skin that ages faster, says Marotta.


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