To speak of cosmetic products as useless goods is a total and absolute insult. These products surprise us every day, and we know that our skin needs them to look healthy. There are products that have been with us since forever, others that we use at different stages of life.
In childhood our mothers filled us with moisturizing creams for our sensitive skin to prevent dehydration and weather damage. They used all the creams and more to keep our skin protected.
When adolescence arrives, creams to treat acne or cover up were our best friends. In fact, it is at this time that we start to have a faithful cream, which will accompany us for the rest of our lives.
In adulthood, we use more specific creams to disguise age spots and prevent them from appearing. At this point, the fight against wrinkles begins.
Already in the golden age it brings peace and serenity, we just try to keep the skin as hydrated as possible so that it continues to look healthy.
Cosmetics have always saved our lives and are a good source of self-confidence and comfort. Keep us confident to face the world. Who has never left the house without putting on their cream and felt missing something?
In times of a pandemic, everything helps to be unmotivated and unwilling to take care of ourselves, but it's important to always do it.
We are aware that this whole situation is a bummer, and it has completely changed our lives and to make things even more difficult, the use of masks spoils our skin and make-up. We have a little help for you, write it down. As for make-up, using a good make-up fixer helps and doesn't transfer. We advise you to clean stains carefully with neutral products, that is, without the presence of alcohol in the composition, and without ever rubbing your face so as not to increase irritation, always moisturize the skin before and after putting on the mask. Then it's trying to figure out which masks make their skin better if the fabric ones or the disposable ones.
Continue to take care of yourself to stay well physically and psychologically. Everything passes, don't despair.