What Are The Worst Skin Care Ideas We Should Ignore?

worst skin care ideas

SWe’ve gathered some of the biggest and worst skin care ideas. Whoppers circulating around online and from word-of-mouth that nobody should ever follow. Unless your circle of friends includes board-certified dermatologists, you want to take any skincare advice you get with a grain of salt.

Here are the Worst Skin Care Ideas to Ignore:

#1 Using soap to get rid of dark spots


No, your face is not a pair of cream-colored linen pants. Save the spot removal for the drycleaner. Hyperpigmentation needs to be treated with special ingredients to lighten and even out skin tone—NOT soap.

#2 Popping pimples

This is a good way to spread infection and get some nice scars going. In terms of solving the pimple problem: No, not so much. Instead, go with the standard acne cream to solve issues with acne or explore other solutions with your dermatologist.

#3 Washing away oily skin

Actually, washing your skin five times a day will NOT help your skin. Over-washing dries out the skin. Your body may produce more oil to compensate. This is why, dermatologists mostly recommend washing your facial skin twice a day, using gentle, water-based cleaners.

#4 Give Yourself a Kitty Litter Facemask

While some clay-based kitty litters have some ingredients that can be helpful for skin, some of the ingredients used (like fragrances to mask bad odors) can be quite irritating. So it’s best to keep the litter for kitty.

#5 Use a colored pencil as an eyeliner

As a result, you could end up irritating your eyes severely. Eye makeup isn’t just randomly put together—the FDA makes sure the ingredients in it will be “easy” on the eyes and not irritating. Colored pencils aren’t for eye use, no matter what your well-meaning friend or the beauty magazine says.

If you enjoyed our list of the worst skin care ideas, continue reading What are the Most Frequent Foundation Mistakes ?

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