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5 Things Dermatologist Never Put on their Faces: Stop Using Them Now

In the battle of better and best skin sometimes we forget to realize what we don’t put on our faces is as important as what we do. Usually, many people pursue brands which glorify your desires under the covers of their disastrous products. And people really use them without caring about the consequences.

“People bring in bags and bags of products they’ve tried. But less is often more with skincare,” says Brooke Jackson, a Durham, New York-based dermatologist.

If you keep on trying every beauty cream you interact with, you’re most likely going to end up with irritation on the face and even severe burn, according to Jeanine Downie, MD, the dermatologist from New Jersey. To keep things smooth, there are certain products that dermatologist never apply to their face and consider buying them the complete waste of money, time and health.

Loofahs

Dermatologist never recommends using Loofhas just because they claim ‘whitening’. This is not what you want!

“I stay away from using a loofah or a bug puf on my face. They are too abrasive and can actually irritate your skin. I have underlying acne and eczema and these sponges-which are also tend to attract bacteria-can make both conditions worse,” says Jeanine Downie, Director of Image Dermatology in Montclair, New Jersey, MD.

Home Based Chemical Peels

You don’t know how terrible these chemicals are for your natural skin. They can offer you temporary satisfaction, but then your skin will be like a shadow loving plant that can’t stand light even for a while.

“I never put strong chemical peels on my face at home,” says Angela Lamb, Dermatologist, and MD at The Mount Sinai Hospital. “Sometimes people buy medical-grade peels online that are too strong for home use. I’ve seen bad results, such as redness and too much peeling that can lead to long-term scarring and discoloration,” she stated. “They also sometimes cause allergic reactions.”

Face Scrubs

There are certain abrasive face scrubs available in the market whose cheeky advertisement might attract you, but trust me your skin doesn’t want it and professional dermatologist never uses them.

“There is no reason to use abrasive face scrubs, which can be irritating and induce hyperpigmentation,” says Brooke Jackson, Founder and Medical Director of Skin Wellness Dermatology Associates in Durham, NC, MD. “Most people who try them are acne patients and you can’t scrub acne anyway your face is being irritated unnecessarily. Instead, I cleanse with a creamy wash using my hands them I use a washcloth to wipe the cleanser off (don’t scrub).”

Moisturizers with Collagen

The CEO and Founder of Miami Skin Institue S Manjula jegasothy say: “Frankly, I believe that the collagen molecule is too large to work as a topical. The active ingredient doesn’t penetrate the skin, so you’re just getting overly expensive moisturizer.”

Home-Based Micro needling devices

“I feel there’s so much risk of infection from these devices because they create all those tiny holes in the skin,” says Ava Shamban, a dermatologist in Beverly Hills, MD, and the author of Heal Your Skin. “Your skin barrier function is compromised. We do micro needling with radio frequency in the office, but it is in a controlled, cleaner environment so it is safer.”

All of these 5 things are extremely prohibited to use by the dermatologist and you must take notice if you’re already using any of them. For better skin health, eat healthily, take natural products and consult a professional.

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