Makeup Begone! Why You Shouldn’t Skip This Important Step

by Stacy Merrill May 16, 2018

Makeup Begone! Why You Shouldn’t Skip This Important Step

If you’ve ever been too tired to take off your makeup before going to bed, don’t worry, it isn’t just you. Most everyone, from those who like a natural look to people who prefer a dramatic full face, have tried to rationalize going to sleep without removing their makeup first.


When that happens, you need to get tough and take your skin care seriously. Trust us; it makes a huge difference for your face.


Why It Matters


Your skin does the hard task of healing and rebuilding while you sleep. After a full day of exposure to the sun, environmental pollutants, dirt, and yes, makeup, skin needs the nighttime to breathe and recover. If it’s still trapped under a layer of cosmetics, it does not get a chance to renew.


When you do not remove your makeup, your pores can stay clogged, leading to irritations, rashes, and breakouts. Your skin can also lose that healthy glow and even age prematurely because any damage can be accelerated.  


Up and at ‘Em


The possibility of acne and aging should be enough to get you out of bed to wash off your makeup. Keep in mind, however, that makeup removers are not the same thing as facial cleansers. You need to use both to take good care of your skin.

glo skin beauty Gentle Makeup Remover

In addition, makeup removing products can have different ingredients, so you should pick a formula that works well with your skin type.


For example, any alcohol-based remover can irritate or dry your skin, which means it may not be a good fit for sensitive skin. An oil-based product can cause clogged pores or breakouts, making it less than ideal for oily skin. If your skin is normal, you can opt for makeup cloths occasionally, but they should not replace other methods that are better for everyday use.


Any Last Words


  • Be gentle! You don’t want to scrub, pull, or rub on your skin to remove your makeup.
  • Take care around your eyes. You should use a product formulated for your delicate eye area to remove your mascara, eyeliner, and shadow.
  • You brush your teeth, you go to the bathroom…and you take off your makeup. Make it a daily habit.
  • Makeup remover is just one step of your skincare routine. It does not replace the need for a cleanser or moisturizer.
Loccitane Milk Makeup Remover

Now that you understand the importance of removing your makeup, you shouldn’t need another reason to get up and do it. With a fabulous selection of products for eyes and face, LaLa Daisy has makeup remover, cleansers, and other skincare essentials to keep you looking fabulous, with and without makeup.



Stacy Merrill
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