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5 Habits for Flawless Skin


So, you're doing all the skincare routineswashing, moisturizing, and exfoliating. In theory, your face should be flawless, but in reality, those stubborn pimples keep popping up. Well, turns out, skincare isn't just about great products. Adopting healthy habits can also work wonders for your complexion. Let me break it down for you. 

  1. Switch Out Your Pillowcase Regularly: Every night, your face gets cozy with your pillow for a solid 7-8 hours. What accumulates on that pillowcase? Sweat, bacteria, skin cells, and sebum. And don't even get me started on whatever your hair and head carry. Your clean face deserves better. Change your pillowcase every 2-3 days for skin that's on point. 
  2. Don't Slack on Cleaning Your Makeup Brushes: Your makeup brushes are like a party for bacteria after each use. Do you really want to be putting that on your face? Dead skin cells, foundation oils, sebumit's all there, creating a party pad for bacteria. Ideally, brushes for foundation or powder should get a wash after each use, and eye makeup brushesat least once a week. And remember, if you're sharing brushes, make sure they're squeaky clean before each makeup sesh. 
  3. Swipe Clean Your Smartphone Screen: Even if you're not gabbing on the phone 24/7, you still have to make that call every now and then. And guess where you press that screen? Against your cheek – a screen you've been touching with who knows what all day. From dirty hands to public toilets, your phone accumulates a lot. Regularly wipe down your phone screen with alcohol wipes to keep those bacteria off your face. 
  4. Hands Off Your Face: This one goes hand in hand with number three. Even if you're not aware of it, your hands are constantly touching your facescratching, adjusting your hair, or just casually resting. It's a hard habit to kick, but once you do, your skin will thank you. 
  5. Keep Your Hair Away from Your Face: You love your hair care routinemasks, conditioner, styling productsthe whole nine yards. But guess what? The cause of those face breakouts might be lurking in your haircare routine. Hair coated in care products comes into contact with your face, leaving behind residues. After each hair wash, those droplets of conditioner or mask can end up on your face. So, wash your face after your hair routine and keep those locks away from your face.
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