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Reasons Why Washing Your Face While Staying at Home is Important

By Eskanisa R

02 December 2020

Prevents skin problems while staying inside.

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Germs, dirt, and house dust can carry and transfer to you while you stay at home, working remotely during the coronavirus outbreak. It doesn’t mean you can skip your skincare, self-quarantine routine even if you’re home all day. While you have a lot of time to improve steps for good skin care. It simply because best routine for healthy skin is ensuring your entire body especially face remains clean. So, here are reasons why washing your face no more than twice a day or at least one while stay at home is important.

1. Prevent Clogged Pores
During pandemic, outdoor activities have been reduced significantly. In other words, exposure of sunlight, polluted air, and urban dust, a variety of risks to your face health began less than almost year ago. However, working remotely or doing indoor activities most times should be accompanied by cleanse your face properly yet regularly to avoid dead skin cells getting trapped in your skin.
When pores are clogged, it can result in blackheads, whiteheads as well as acnes. Washing face is the practice of keeping your face clean in order to avoid clogged pores using proper facial cleansers matter your skin types. Besides, double cleans—using two different cleansers and steps—helps moisturize and keep your face clean and healthy even if you don’t wear makeup and stay indoor.

2. Prevent Acnes
Bacteria, dead skin cells, and dirt cause acnes. It often has significant inflammation, pain, and even scaring specifically dark spots. To prevent acnes, ensure to cleanse your face right with mild soap and warm water. Avoid touching your face, specially cheeks and chin area before washing your hands. Dirty hands are really spreading bacteria and causing those breakouts.

3. Get Rid of Dead Skin Cells
The most common causes for dull-looking skin is the accumulation of dead skin cells on the surface of your skin. Dead skin cells leads to an increased risk of accelerated skin aging. For that reason, regular exfoliating routine will help remove dead skin cells on the skin’s surface and leave your skin look fresh and healthy.

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