We know that we should never look the same twice and that we must always wear our best to avoid feeling embarrassed or awkward.
But when it comes to facial care products, the industry has never been more different.
Now, a new study suggests that the way you wear your makeup could change your face.
We’re looking at it.
Read moreA new study from the University of Minnesota says that men who wear makeup on their faces are more likely to suffer from acne and more likely than men who do not to have skin irritation and a dry skin.
They also had a higher risk of developing skin cancer.
“We want to create a culture of beauty where we’re always making the right choices and doing the right things with our beauty products,” said the study’s lead author, professor Lauren Hirsch.
“And we don’t want to make a big deal out of this, but we’re going to have to make it happen if we want to get to a world where we feel confident in our skin.”
The study found that men in the study were much more likely when they went to the bathroom to use a facial cleanser than men in a non-masked environment.
Hirsch said that facial cleansers can be expensive and can be time consuming to use.
“If you’re just looking to get your makeup done, you’re not going to be able to afford a facial cleaner,” she said.
The study also found that facial hygiene products were associated with acne and the development of acne scars.
The facial cleansermakers included: A skin-softening mask; A facial powder; An anti-aging facial gel; and A makeup remover.
The findings are published in the journal Cosmetic Research.
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