Most women consider makeup to be a necessity, and many believe they cannot leave the house without at least five different types of cosmetics. The cosmetics industry has grown to the point that not only are there cosmetics for every body area, but there are also cosmetics for different seasons! However, before makeup is distributed to the general public, it is tested on animals. Do you ever wonder why things are the way they are? Because the cosmetics we rely on to make us seem beautiful to contain so many dangerous substances. And, despite the fact that these cosmetics make us appear wonderful for a short time, they will eventually have an unattractive effect.
Here are a few of the most typical adverse effects of the cosmetics you use on a daily basis:
Long-term exposure causes headaches.
Cosmetics are frequently related with headaches. Dizziness, weariness, and nausea are common side effects of wearing a lot of makeup. As a result, it’s critical that you remove any traces of makeup when doing so. The fact that cosmetics are made up entirely of chemicals, and some of them contain substances that, if directly ingested, might cause periods of unconsciousness. People who suffer from migraines and persistent headaches are likely to be more affected.
Clogging of Pores and Acne
Cosmetics that even out your skin’s tone and make it smooth, such as foundation and primer, do so by smoothing out your pores and natural imperfections. This means that your skin is unable to breathe, which can result in a variety of issues. Acne can be worse by pore-clogging foundations and powders. It can also make your blemishes worse, as well as create pimples and acne breakouts. As a result, stay away from oil-based makeup and choose for non-acnegenic makeup that won’t clog your pores.
Hair removal harms your skin.
The removal of undesirable hair from your body might result in a number of unintended consequences that you may not be aware of. Ingrown hairs, red lumps, and bleeding can all be caused by waxing and shaving. Waxing your facial hair causes your skin to sag quicker than usual because it involves hard pulling of your skin on a regular basis. When waxing strips are taken away from the skin, they might cause infections if the skin is injured. Hair removal also causes hair follicles to become disorganised, leading them to grow in different directions, resulting in unsightly black pimples all over your skin.
Your Skin’s Aging
Because makeup chemicals dry out the natural oils and important vitamins and minerals inherent in human skin, they contribute to skin ageing. As a result, your skin loses its natural hydration and texture, and wrinkles and dry spots appear. Long-term use of makeup will make your skin appear older than it is. And, because it’s nearly hard to reclaim one’s young glow, cosmetics companies are releasing treatments to assist counteract the effects of ageing caused by them.
So stay safe and stay cautious!