Has your skin been itchy, dry, or flaky for a while? Do you not know what’s causing this? Maybe you need to assess your shower habits.
Hey there, Bestie viewers! Did you know something as simple and natural as showering can ruin your skin and hair? This is because of some common mistakes you make every time you go into the shower.
In today’s video, we’ll talk about the most common shower mistakes that harm your skin. Are long showers a bad idea? What about using a loofah? Is it wrong to take a hot shower? We’ll talk about all this AND more…
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Intro – 0:00
Did you know that showering daily is bad for your skin? – 0:35
What happens if some soap suds are left on your skin after the shower? – 2:01
Don’t forget to moisturize your skin immediately after a shower – 2:50
Hot showers may be comforting but not skin-friendly – 3:47
Wash your hair separately! – 4:54
Stop scrubbing your body with a loofah – 5:48
The shorter the shower, the better your skin – 6:42
Do not wash your face in the shower – 7:32
Keep your razor away from your shower – 8:24
Did you know that showering daily is bad for your skin?
Okay, I know this sounds crazy, but dermatologists recommend showering every other day, or only two to three times a week. I agree that personal cleanliness cannot be ignored. But, showering every day is pointless, and can be really bad for your skin.
What happens if some soap suds are left on your skin after the shower?
That feeling of being fresh out of the shower never gets old. There are fewer things sweeter than the smell of your body wash. The problem probably is soap suds.
Don't forget to moisturize your skin immediately after a shower.
If you take too long to moisturize after washing, your skin will be crying for help. Even a short and lukewarm dip will take sebum away from your skin, making it dry, itchy, and tight.
Hot showers may be comforting but not skin-friendly.
Nothing beats a comforting hot shower, or a calming dip in the tub. It can reduce nasal congestion, relieve stress, and promote sleep. But did you know frequent hot showers can dry your skin up? Hot water damages keratin cells that line the outer layer of your skin.
Wash your hair separately!
If you like a quick shower where you clean all areas, I've got some bad news for you. You shouldn't wash your hair in the shower. If you've noticed irritation, unexpected breakouts, redness, or a dull complexion, your hair products are to blame.
Stop scrubbing your body with a loofah.
Loofahs can be fantastic for exfoliating the skin. The problem is that using them too much can be harsh and abrasive, causing inflammation and dryness.
The shorter the shower, the better your skin.
I know that showering is an important time for washing away sweat, removing dead skin cells, and preventing body odor. But as said, a few minutes back, everyday showers can harm your skin. If you still want to go for it, it's best to cut back on your shower time.
Do not wash your face in the shower.
Just like you, I had no idea that there were people who didn't wash their faces in the shower. I mean, isn't it normal for people to do that? According to experts, you'll be contributing to skin problems if you wash your face in the shower.
For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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