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6 Natural Ingredients You Should Never Put On Your Face

This natural beauty agent is more popular than celery juice because of its glowing skin or thicker brows than the fur of a small forest creature.

 

While we have many do-it-yourself recipes here that you can make from the contents of your refrigerator, it's also important to know that not everything that grows from the ground belongs to your face.


In fact, many people have learned challenging ways of how some natural compensations for getting rid of acne, hyperpigmentation, and reducing oil can have major effects (health, redness, and peeling).


And remember, if you are dealing with persistent skin and pore problems such as chin acne, breakouts, or dry, scaly skin, it's a good idea to see a GP who can help you understand what's going on and refer you to pores and skin. . specialist.

 


Herbal Products You Should Not Apply On Your Skin


1. Lemon


You may have also heard that you can trace lemon juice right on your pores and skin as a tonic, acne treatment, or as a lightener to get rid of dark spots.


 

"It's no longer good to use! Said Gohara." Lemon is acidic in nature and can change the pH of your skin, break barriers and easily become inflamed, irritate and even scar, "he adds.


Lemon juice can also make you very sensitive to UV rays, which means it is very sunburnt. Gohara no longer even agrees to dilute your lemon juice with water before applying it to your face. Save it in your salad.


2. Mayonnaise


Have you heard that a little mayonnaise is the best moisturizer for dry and flaky skin? Use your facial moisturizer.


Although Gohara says applying mayonnaise to your skin is harmless, it can clog your pores - and that's not your goal anymore. If you have acne, try rubbing honey on your face. It is antibacterial and soothing, perfect for rustling.


3. Rubbing alcohol


Also, if you are prone to oily or combination skin, you can assume that direct rubbing alcohol can help dry out smooth areas, especially those that are pinched. It's too difficult.


"Alcohol removes essential fats, proteins, and fats from the pores and the skin which protects the pores and protects the skin, leaving it vulnerable and prone to inflammation.


4. Baking soda


You may also have heard that you can use baking soda (often mixed with honey) as an acne remedy or exfoliator. Gohara advises skipping this "do it yourself" because the baking soda (which is alkaline) regulates the pH of the skin.


That way, you can seriously damage the top layer, leading to bacteria and various types of dirt. Hello red, angry and even burnt skin. Get away.


5. Raw eggs


Some people recommend wearing a protein mask to close large pores. And while your face has shrunk too, it comes at a cost.


Raw eggs can contain salmonella bacteria, which can cause food poisoning, Gohara warns. In fact, nearly 80,000 cases of food-borne lower back disease are traced back to salmonella-contaminated eggs every 12 months, according to the FDA.


Leave this on your face to avoid accidental eating. Masks made with egg extract (hugely popular in the K-Beauty world) don't carry the same risks, says Gohara, because they're not now made from raw eggs.


6. Cinnamon


When a vlogger warned him not to spoil a leather mask with cinnamon and honey, many pets complained of inflammation and burns.


Gohara says to keep this spice in your egg - not in your face. Like lemon juice and baking soda, cinnamon can change the pH of the skin, creating a broken barrier "that causes water to evaporate and irritants to transfer," he notes. It's not worth it.

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