10 Things That You Should Never Put on Your Face
8 Regular soap
“Old school” bar soaps aren’t popular with dermatologists. Dermatologist Ellen Marmur, MD, associate clinical professor in the department of dermatology at Mount Sinai Medical Center says she never uses a strong soap on her face or body. Normal soap is harsh on the skin and contains unnatural chemicals which deprives the skin of critical nutrients and moisture. This causes the skin to become rough, dry, and irritated.
One thing you definitely need to know is that you should only use shampoo on your head. Joshua Zeichner, MD, the head of cosmetic and clinical research in dermatology at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, says “I find that (people) are using shampoo in emergencies when they don’t have their regular cleansers, but shampoo is designed to clean your hair, not your skin”. To eliminate debris, oil, and dead skin from your hair without irritating your scalp, shampoos contain surfactants that are too abrasive to be absorbed by the skin. So, make sure that you never try to wash your face using shampoo!
10 Permanent fillers that are injected into the skin
Botox is the most commonly injected permanent filters. However, despite not being the sole substance injected into the skin, botox is the most intensely hazardous drug known to man, say academics from the University of Warwick. It’s safe to say that botox and other such permanent filters that are meant to improve your appearance are some things to never put on your face. It only destroys your natural beauty, and will ultimately ruin your appearance as you grow older.