Can I sleep every night with makeup?

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  1. TaniaWilson43 profile image60
    TaniaWilson43posted 3 years ago

    Can I sleep every night with makeup?

    Hello, Expert!
    hope that you all are fine,
    I want to know that can I sleep every night with makeup?, if yes so please tell or if it is bad for me and for my face so why. I have been doing this same thing last 2 years and yesterday my friend told me that you are doing wrong thing.
    I am hoping a positive reply
    Thanks
    Tania Wilson

  2. rainsanmartin profile image91
    rainsanmartinposted 3 years ago

    Sleeping with makeup will clog your skins pores. Tiny visible blackheads and acne may result from the bacterial growth. Most importantly avoid sleeping with mascara as your lashes may tear off.

  3. peachpurple profile image81
    peachpurpleposted 3 years ago

    you should remove your makeup when you sleep, your skin need to breathe at night.

  4. Jonesy96 profile image60
    Jonesy96posted 3 years ago

    absolutley not, you need to wash your face before bed and when you wake up. Clogged pores, bacteria, breakouts, blackheads and rashes are all a risk and could lead to skin conditions if you have sensitive/delicate skin. Along with starting to wash your face, I'd suggest washing your sheets and pillowcases immediatley to get rid of all the buildup that's been depositied on the fabric.

  5. Eulalia Holly profile image60
    Eulalia Hollyposted 3 years ago

    Hi Tania wilson,
    Absolutely not! It is bad for your skin. first off, you should wash your face two times a day, If you nap with makeup on it sinks deep into your paws and blocks them.

  6. profile image58
    Nutankumarisinhaposted 3 years ago

    Not at all. It is the biggest sin you can commit to your skin. Sleeping with make -up on will lead to clogged pores which in turn gives invitations to a host of skin problems like pimples, blackheads, whiteheads, pigmentation marks and many more. Kick this nasty habit right away and do your skin a favour by washing your skin religiously before you hit the sack. Let your skin breathe by removing all traces of make up and dirt which settle on your skin all day long.  Follow with almond oil or olive oil for bringing back glow to your skin.

 
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