There are several myths surrounding skincare that can be misleading and potentially harmful to your skin. Here are some common ones:

Myth: You only need sunscreen on sunny days. 
Fact: UV rays can penetrate clouds and cause damage even on cloudy days. It's important to wear sunscreen every day, regardless of the weather.

Myth: Exfoliating daily is good for your skin. 
Fact: Over-exfoliating can damage your skin and cause irritation, redness, and even breakouts. It's recommended to exfoliate once or twice a week, depending on your skin type.

Myth: Natural ingredients are always better for your skin. 
Fact: Just because an ingredient is natural doesn't mean it's good for your skin. Some natural ingredients can cause allergic reactions or irritate the skin, so it's important to do your research before using any new skincare products.

Myth: The more expensive the product, the better it is for your skin. 
Fact: The price of a skincare product doesn't necessarily reflect its quality or effectiveness. It's important to read the ingredients list and check for any potentially harmful or irritating ingredients.

Myth: You don't need to moisturize oily skin. 
Fact: Even oily skin needs hydration to stay healthy and balanced. Look for lightweight, oil-free moisturizers that won't clog pores.

Myth: Using more products will give you better results. 
Fact: Using too many products can overwhelm your skin and cause irritation or breakouts. Stick to a simple, consistent skincare routine and listen to your skin's needs.

Myth: Drinking more water will cure dry skin. 
Fact: While hydration is important for overall skin health, drinking more water won't necessarily cure dry skin. You also need to use moisturizers and avoid harsh, drying ingredients in your skincare routine.

Remember, everyone's skin is different, so what works for one person may not work for another. It's important to listen to your skin's needs book your beauty appointment today we can help. For more information, you can contact us online or call us at 0800 ASSIGN.


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