Internet and social media show you bunch of DIY remedies, especially the ones for your skin, but that does not mean that they are good for you. There’re many methods to keep your skin healthy and clear. However, the following 6 things you should never put on your face, they can actually cause more harm to your face than good. Read on, and remember.


Baking soda consists of high alkaline levels that can lessen the pH balance on the faces and result in really dry skin. A lot of people would use the baking soda as one scrubber for your skin, but this isn’t a good idea. The skin has one naturally acidic pH that assists to keep your protective lipid layer intact. As you introduce one highly alkaline substance such as baking soda, it may damage that layer preventing it from keeping the moisture.


First the skin on your body and the skin on your face are not the same—at least, in terms of what they can and can’t handle. Most body lotions contain a ton of fragrance and fewer nourishing ingredients than a facial moisturizer, which is fine for your resilient body, but potentially irritating and comedogenic for your face. Sometimes body lotions are a bit thicker than face lotions, so at night that can actually be a good thing. But doing this too often can lead to blocked pores.


My friends used to tell me to dab on some toothpaste on top of my pimples to help dry them out. However, certain ingredients in it can irritate the skin such as peppermint, peroxide, fragrances, and alcohol, making it the perfect combination of things that will tear up your skin and possibly lead to chemical burns. . Instead, go for for blemish spot treatments with benzoyl peroxide, salicylic acid.


Most perfumes contain alcohol, which can irritate the skin, especially if it’s sensitive. The face, however, isn’t the only area that can experience a reaction as a result of spritzing fragrance.


Why would anyone put hairspray on their face?, believe it or not some hairspray has been recommended as a quick makeup setting spray. And sure, accidentally getting some hairspray on your face every so often isn’t the end of the world, but when you’re directly spraying it on your skin with the goal of setting your makeup, “it’s very comedogenic, meaning it will clog the hell out of your pores, and that’s on top of drying your skin out with its alcohol content,” says Gohara.


Hot water strips your skin’s moisture barrier, so we actually consider it an irritant. Yes, a steaming-hot shower feels excellent on winter nights, but the water will literally zap away your skin’s lipids, leaving you red, irritated, and itchy—which is especially scary for people with eczema, psoriasis, or keratosis pilaris, whose skin barrier are already compromised. Plus, drying out your skin will put your oil production into overdrive, leading to more acne and breakouts.

Hope that this article can help know more some common things you should never put on your face. If you have any question or comment, please leave them below. Also, you can share your experience with us if you know any other things that should not put on the face.

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