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How often do you workout?

Did you know Your make-up brushes accumulate a buildup of bacteria, dirt, and oils, which can cause breakouts. Cleaning them once a week with a gentle soap will keep them fresh, and your skin will thank you for it!

Your skin is:

Did you know The millions of bacteria, dirt, and oils that we come into contact with throughout the day, can easily transfer from your fingertips to your face. Unfortunately, this can lead to breakouts and other skin problems, particularly if you are acne-prone. Avoid touching your face as much as possible, and always wash your hands with mild soap to avoid transference.

Do you wear suscreen when you workout outside?

Did you know Sun damage is also possible on cloudy days, as UVA can penetrate through clouds. In fact, it may even be more intense, as the rays can reflect off the cloud. UVA rays are responsible for photoaging and damage of the basal layer of the epidermis, where most skin cancers occur. It is important to wear adequate sunscreen (at least SPF30), even on partly cloudy days.

Do you wash your face after your workout:

Did you know UV rays aren’t the only form of heat that can damage your skin. Regular exposure to the high temperatures found in heaters and fireplaces can dry out your skin, increasing your chances of eczema and other rashes. Too much heat can lower your antioxidant levels and damage your collagen supply, causing fine lines and sagging. It can also boost melanin production, which can cause hyperpigmentation. Try and avoid too much direct heat exposure, especially in the winter months.

Do you think that the combination of the sweat and the sun has a negative impact on your skin?

Did you know Rubbing your face dry instead of patting it can cause irritation, especially if you have sensitive skin. It is important to use a clean towel or washcloth when drying your face (not the same one you use for your hands), taking care to gently press it against your skin until most of the moisture is absorbed.