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Maskne – face mask skin problem

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A face mask is good when we want to prevent the spread of Covid-19, but can be hard on our skin. Maskne doesn't simply cause pimples, though. It may also result in skin issues including redness, bumpiness, and irritation.

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A face mask is good when we want to prevent the spread of Covid-19, but can be hard on our skin. Maskne doesn't simply cause pimples, though. It may also result in skin issues including redness, bumpiness, and irritation. If you develop breakouts from wearing a mask, you're not alone. This condition, known as "maskne" (mask acne), is a common side effect of using a face mask.

Maskne — the most common kind of which is acne mechanical. Wearing a face mask can develop the new condition as well as can worsen skin issues that already exist or cause new ones.

Maskne has been around for a long time, but as coronavirus has drastically increased the numbers of people wearing face masks for extended lengths of time, this problem is becoming more prevalent. We have been receiving a lot of messages and calls with people to complain about their worse skin condition.

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To help prevent skin problems from developing under your mask, our Skin Expert Vanessa recommends few skincare routine step to follow.
  1. Gently cleanse your skin properly – a gentle cleanser can help remove excess oil, sweat, and bacteria. Avoid c cleansers that contain alcohol or perfume. These ingredients can cause irritation and make it harder for your symptoms to heal. Try Kalahari Gentle Cleansing Milk (https://esseandco.com/product/kalahari-gentle-cleansing-milk/)
  2. Moisturise your face daily – after washing your face, apply a moisturizer to keep your skin hydrated. Dry skin is a common face mask skin problem. Applying moisturizer adds a protective layer that can reduce dryness.
  3. A small break from makeup – Skip the makeup while you're treating maskne. Beauty products such as foundation, concealer, and blush can clog your pores and prolong healing.
  4. Wash your face mask after every use – avoid using a cloth mask without first washing it. Use unscented hypoallergenic laundry detergent, then let it dry completely.
  5. Take some break from the mask – a small break helps save their skin. Of course, only remove your mask when it's safe to do so and after washing your hands.
  6. Follow the advice from your Skin Expert – Continue the treatment plan that your Practitioner created for you.
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