TipTuesday #9: Nighttime skincare tip to reduce the risk of breakouts

Hello and welcome to this week’s TipTuesday! Today’s tip is very simple, but it has made so much difference in the way my skin looks that I just can’t not share it.

We all know that changing the pillowcase regularly is a must – pillowcases collect all kinds of dirt that can potentially irritate the skin. But what about hair?

Hair usually collects a lot of dirt too, but, unlike our face and body, it isn’t cleaned as often. It’s not only dust that makes hair a breakout risk factor. Hair products are usually formulated with a lot of ingredients that are bad for the skin – fragrance, various kinds of oils, silicones, and chemical additives. Even regular shampoo contains quite a lot of fragrance that is strong enough to linger on the hair for a while.

If you sleep with your hair down, it can cause irritation and breakouts on the cheeks, forehead, back, and chest over time, so the solution I use it braiding the hair into a loose braid for the night or making a loose bun. It keeps the hair from tangling too, which is a major plus for me 😊

I hope you enjoyed this week’s #TipTuesday!

See you in my next post,

Alex

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3 thoughts on “TipTuesday #9: Nighttime skincare tip to reduce the risk of breakouts

    1. I wish this tip would be discussed more! I actually discovered that hair can cause breakouts when I was researching the causes of irritation on cheeks, and then finally came across an article about it. My first thought was ‘why didn’t I think about this before?!’ It truly makes so much sense!
      Thank you so much for taking the time to read and comment ❤️

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