5 skincare trends and treatments that may backfire on your skin

5 skincare trends and treatments that may backfire on your skin

When it comes to skincare, new technologies and trends are constantly emerging, and each promise younger, brighter, and clearer skin than before.

Not all skincare trends are good or helpful, especially with techniques that include acupuncture, blood draws, the use of harsh exfoliation products, and more.

Here are five skincare trends that may backfire on your skin.


Microneedling:

Microneedling, also known as collagen induction therapy, is a minimally invasive cosmetic procedure that involves pricking the skin with small, sterile needles attached to a roller.

The theory is that small cuts will cause your body to produce more collagen and elastin, which will heal your skin and help you look younger.

In fact, this technique may cause inflammation and scarring if it is not done carefully by a skilled expert. Due to poor hygiene, wrong needle depth, excessive pressure, and other errors that you may encounter if you apply it at home.

5 skincare trends and treatments that may backfire on your skin

Sunscreen Contour:

  • The idea of contouring the sun comes from the idea that applying sunscreen only to the specific parts of the face that you want to highlight will give you a natural contour look when other, unprotected parts of the fake tan.
  • However, this does mean that a large portion of your skin is exposed to the sun without sun protection, causing irreversible damage from free radicals and more.
  • Always apply sunscreen and reapply it frequently. It is best to do a contour with makeup.

5 skincare trends and treatments that may backfire on your skin


Pore suction:

  1. The idea of cleaning the pores and removing the fat and impurities with a suction device seems very unhealthy because it leaves behind bruises in the skin and damaged blood vessels that can lead to permanent damage to the skin.
  2. Strong pulling also leads to a lot of wear and tear on the skin if it is applied for a long time.
  3. It is best to do a natural cleanse with oils and natural remedies to remove stubborn impurities and sebum plugs.

5 skincare trends and treatments that may backfire on your skin


Hard peeling:

We all tend to rub off the tired, dead skin top layer of our skin to reveal radiant, baby-smooth skin underneath. Unfortunately, rough, harsh scrubs are not the way to go. Because most exfoliators can easily cause microscopic tears that lead to redness and irritation and make the texture of the skin look rougher. To gently remove dead skin cells, try gentler alternatives such as konjac facial sponges.

5 skincare trends and treatments that may backfire on your skin

Multiple treatments at the same time:

You may think that using multiple masks or multiple procedures makes sense to target different skin concerns, match the product to different parts of your face for the most effective effect. But that can be costly, not to mention the potential for increased risks of irritation and unprecedented side effects if the ingredients don't complement each other.

5 skincare trends and treatments that may backfire on your skin

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