Skin Tips Of The Day: 7 Sneaky Ways You’re Ruining Your Skin
Using Dirty Makeup Brushes
After washing the dishes, handling the kids and just about everything else, the last thing on your mind is cleaning your makeup brushes. Unfortunately, by skipping that crucial step, you can end up with clogged pores and bacterial infections. Once every three weeks, lather your brushes with a gentle shampoo, rinse well, and then allow them to dry overnight before using them again. It may not be the most exciting thing to do, but it’s definitely necessary…unless you plan on purchasing a new set of brushes every month.