As it’s revealed a third of us don’t cleanse before bed, our experiment exposes what sleeping in your make-up does to your skin | Mail Online

| July 29, 2013 | 0 Comments
English: Makeup before attendance. Српски / Sr...

English: Makeup before attendance. Српски / Srpski: Шминкање пред наступ. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

By Anna Pursglove

Do you always take off your make-up before bed? Every night? Even after a glass of wine too many? Or when you’ve fallen asleep on the sofa? Or you simply couldn’t muster the energy?

You’re not alone. In a recent survey, a third of women questioned confessed to sleeping with their slap on at least twice a week.

Yet those very same women did so despite believing that skipping their skincare routine before bedtime would give them spots, dry their skin and make their eyelashes ittle.

Before and after: Experts said Anna’s skin aged by ten years as a result of not removing her make-up for an entire month

They even said they thought it would age their faces by more than two days for every night that they didn’t bother. So if we think that such slovenliness is that bad for our skin, why aren’t we more assiduous about cleansing?

 

 

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