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Cosplay’s Tips for Protecting your Skin while Wearing Makeup

The cosplay(cosplaylap) makeup has to be pressed very thickly because of the necessary visual effects to be considered, and the oil-based cosmetics used can be very damaging to the skin, which may not be able to withstand the long hours of makeup and touch-ups. In order to protect our skin when applying makeup, I’ve collected some online tips for your reference.

Pay attention to the composition of the cosmetics used

A screw is worth a pot of soup, and certain ingredients in makeup can easily cause skin problems. In addition to checking the instructions, it is essential to try before you buy and to consult with a beauty consultant.

1.Beware of photosensitive substances in cosmetics, which can cause inflammation of the skin in sun exposure.

2. Some synthetic chemicals such as colors and fragrances can irritate the skin and cause pruritus and neurodermatitis.

3. Makeup containing heavy metals such as lead, chromium, cadmium, etc. will be absorbed by the skin and accumulate in the body, causing a toxic reaction.

4. Oily cosmetics should not be used in excess because the oil in them will absorb dust in the air, leading to the blockage of sweat glands and hair follicles, resulting in the reproduction of bacteria and causing folliculitis and acne.

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