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If you don't wear makeup, you'll get fewer breakouts.
That’s because even your “everyday wear” cosmetics can clog your pores when worn under a mask. Furthermore, the moisture that gets trapped inside the masks when we breathe might lead to sweat and oil build-up. We all know what that entails: breakouts!
Refresh your skincare regimen
Pick the right mask and put it on properly
Masks are unlikely to go out of style anytime soon. Investing in a quality, breathable mask that combines form and function is the best option.
Follow the mask rituals religiously
Wear sunscreen even if you aren't going outside
Treat your hands with care
To do so, you’ll need to do the following:
Avoid foods that have a high glycemic index
Following a healthy diet has numerous advantages, one of which is flawless-looking skin. Doctors and dermatologists have often warned us that what we put inside our bodies has a cumulative influence on what we see on the outside. So, throughout the pandemic, eating a healthy diet should be your top focus.
As soon as blisters and acne emerge, treat them
Seek professional assistance
Your body is the best sign of your overall health. So, if your skin is trying to tell you something, it’s best not to ignore it-especially today, when we don’t know what horrifying form the infection will take. As a result, it’s always a good idea to see a dermatologist as soon as you notice a problem with your skin.
The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc in nearly every area of our lives, don’t let your skin become another victim. Times have changed, consider this an opportunity to revamp your skin care routine, moisturize, treat any abrasions, and take care of your physical body. You’re sure to see a change in your skin that makes you feel beautiful!