A BEAUTY expert has revealed the top three trends she’s spotted that are ruining people’s skin every day.
But the good news is they are all easily fixed, and it will cost you nothing at all to sort them out once and for all.
TikTok beauty expert @allaboutskinstudio posted a video to TikTok, alongside the caption: “Are you doing these 3 habits? They could be making your skin worse.”
The lady in the clip then goes through each thing separately, highlighting how it will have a negative affect on your general skin health.
To kick things off she highlights “picking and popping” spots and blemishes, which experts have pointed out in the past is a no-go when it comes to your skincare routine.
That’s because your fingers contain germs and bacteria that you’re spreading around, plus it can lead to an increased chance of facial scarring.
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Secondly, @allaboutskinstudio hones in on the products people are using on their face.
They say “constantly changing products” and “chopping and changing” lotions and potions is another key reason that people experience bad skin, as their skin can’t get used to a routine.
اضافوا: “Consistency of products is key. You’ll find results with time and consistency.”
زائد, they note that many don’t “allow time for the products to work” and simply flit from one to the next, without allowing time to see the great results.
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As fellow beauty fans flocked to the comment section, @allaboutskinstudio shared further tricks of the trade as she busted some other beauty myths.
When one of her TikTok followers said she does all the things spoken about in the video, ردت: “Try to break one habit at a time rather than all at once.”
She also recommended several other products, including pimple patches, retinol serums, and exfoliators.
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لم أستطع تحمل الألم, @allaboutskinstudio reiterated her advice to help problem skin, قول: “Be consistent with the routine that you already have.
“Stop swapping and changing products constantly and give the ingredients time to work.”