The Face Mask Makes the Skin of the Face Oily

Posted Tuesday, September 28, 2021 ( 1 year ago)

Last updated: October 16th, 2021

Due to the existing Covid-19 pandemic, face masks have to be worn at the workplace and outside the home. So the face has taken on an oily nature. Acne also occurs. It is also not possible to remove the face mask. This is because wearing a face mask tightly rubs against the skin of your face and reacts with the moisture in your breath to make it oily.

This makes the sweat that comes with make-up a good breeding ground for the bacteria that cause acne on your face. Avoid make-up these days. Infections from your mask also increase the risk of acne. This bacterial imbalance caused by your mask can cause acne, dark pink spots as well as eczema around the face.

Always wear a soft cloth mask or medical mask. They are not tight to your skin and do not rub into your skin. If you have to wear the mask for a long time, use a moisturizer. If you have been wearing a mask for a long time, be sure to wipe your face and air dry your face. You can use soft face tissue to absorb the excess oil and sweat on your face until you have a chance to wash your face.

Do not touch your skin with dirty hands. Do not let your hair fall on your face. Mix a little rice flour with aloe vera gel overnight and make a mixture. Moisten the face well with gentle circular motions and massage gently on it. Applying cucumber extract on the face in the morning and evening is also good for your skin and prevents acne.

Always keep a small face spray or a bottle of Face Mist full of essential oils. Use them whenever possible as they have the best result on the face. It keeps your skin calm and hydrated. You also need to take healthy foods to keep your skin healthy. Start consuming more spinach and lemon, ginger juice, green leafy vegetables and vegetables. If your face turns red, seek medical advice. Don't forget to check and get treatment, especially if you have allergies.