When it comes to skincare, you try many things to give your skin a natural glow, while there are a lot of things to apply there also are things to avoid. And there is a fine difference between them which may confuse people especially since skin texture and quality varies from person to person. So, before you move on further for your next DIY facial session, give this post a good read.
Mayonnaise: Mayonnaise can be used to enhance the taste of food, and you can use it to improve the quality of your hair. But how? Mayonnaise is known to clog the pores, and that can aggravate an already-sensitive, pimple-prone skin. We recommend you to avoid it altogether.
Baking soda: Baking soda is known to use it for cooking and cleaning. But if you use it on your face, your skin can come to risk as it can tipping the pH balance of your skin. Baking soda can make your face extremely dry and its natural moisture because it is alkaline in nature.
Shampoo: While shampoos are used for hair cleaning, try to avoid its contact with the skin on the face, shampoo can make your skin dry and flaky.
Soap: Most of the people use soap to clean your face, but if you really want to you want to clean your face, you can go for a medicinal bar of soap which has been prescribed by the dermatologist. Avoid using the regular soap, as it can not only dry your skin rapidly it can cause itchy and get flaky.