There really is one reason that you should be removing your make-up before you go to bed, it is healthier for your skin. This can be a problem for many women however because many are working longer hours, coming home to prepare dinner, putting the kids to bed, and then crawling to the bedroom barely able to undress for sleep. One of the ways to reach more women is to make them aware of the harmful effects of sleeping with your make-up on.
1.Clogging Your Pores
The skin on your face is part of a larger organ, actually, your skin is the largest organ of the human body. The skin is also porous, and those pores function to allow the skin to properly breathe. Regardless how advanced the make-up may be, there is no such this as a safe leave-on make-up. It is basically clogging up the pores and keeping them from working effectively. Once the pores are blacked, the sebum remains trapped inside the pores instead of helping to remove dirt and oils that get trapped. These blockage of sebum will then result in unsightly blackheads, boils, whiteheads, pustules, and pimples. In order to eliminate all that nastiness, simply take the time every single night to properly wash the face and completely remove all the make-up.
2.Causing Premature Aging
When a woman goes to bed at night consistently with her make-up on, one of the negative results is that she puts herself at a much higher risk for premature aging of the skin. Crow’s feet, wrinkles, fine lines, and laugh lines will begin to appear much more easily and earlier if you are neglecting to remove the make-up before bed. As you fall asleep, the skin begins an all night process of repairing the skin from within. If the skin is covered in make-up, it can be difficult for the skin to perform this task effectively. The make-up also dries out the skin more easily, this is yet another factor that leads to the premature aging of the skin.