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Stop Buying These- 9 Worst Skincare Products

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I am not here to tell you what you should and shouldn’t buy. Instead, I want to help you make better choices based on your own personal skin-care needs. So let’s get down to the nitty-gritty:

What’s the worst skincare product?

Well, it’s a toss-up. You could say that some of them are bad, but there are certain products that are worse than others.

We all want to look good, but what do you do when your skincare products are making you look bad?

The first thing to remember is that there’s no “best” product. What works for one person may not work for another, and your skin type will be different from someone else’s. So don’t feel like you need to go out and buy the latest and greatest thing in order to look good.

It’s no secret that the skincare industry is full of products that promise more than they deliver and here I’ve got you covered with a list of the worst skincare products to use.

Face wipes
Face wipes can disrupt the pH balance of skin, which can cause a wide range of problems like breakouts, dryness and irritation.

Wipes are usually made from all-natural ingredients such as cotton, and aloe vera, but I don’t recommend them because they’re not designed for cleansing your face. They’re meant to remove makeup and dirt from your face, not cleanse it.

They contain ingredients that can remove natural oils from your skin, which can contribute to acne breakouts and leave you with dry skin.

Face wipes are also loaded with alcohol, which can dry out your skin and cause it to become red or burn.

Physical exfoliants with larger particles
Physical exfoliators that use rough or larger particles are too harsh for the skin and can actually cause micro-tears at the skin’s surface. In addition, these types of products can cause irritation, redness and peeling.

Avoid using these types of products on acne-prone or sensitive skin as they can actually worsen existing problems with breakouts or irritation.

If you have sensitive skin, look for a gentle option like a chemical peel or microdermabrasion that will not cause any irritation.

Watch the video to see the rest of it.

Which one is a part of your beauty ritual that you will avoid?

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