All beauty queens can be happy now, because according to that Dermatologist Dr. Phillip Artemi makeup is not bad for your skin. On the contrary, she even advises you to incorporate any kesmetika with color pigments into your regular beauty routine. But why? Is it silly that makeup is harmful to the skin? Apparently, because as part of a scientific paper, Dr. Artemi probably discovered that especially highly pigmented makeup, such as foundation, highlighter, but also eyeshadow, eyeliner, and mascara, protect the skin from harmful influences.
“Now we know that it is not only solar radiation such as UVB and UVA rays that is bad for the skin”the dermatologist told the Australian “Sydney Morning Herald”. “The sun also emits infrared rays and light, which can cause visible damage to the skin, such as pale skin tones, unsightly facts and pigments.”
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However, it is not just sunlight that changes the appearance of our skin, it has also been shown that air pollution also plays a role in how pure or impure our skin is. On the other hand, and especially when exposed to the sun, pigmented makeup should help, according to Artemi. Because this protects the skin from harmful exposure to UVA and UVB rays, as well as infrared radiation. For this reason, he claims to have discovered that integral makeup protects the skin from precisely these rays, ALMOST as well as a suitable sunscreen. But of course it is not enough to lie in the sun in the midday heat. What most people forget: On the way to the grocery store, home from school, or on a bike, the skin can get burned and increases the risk of skin cancer. Therefore, you should always wear UV protection on your skin, especially in the height of summer.
“A combination of sunscreen, foundation, eyeshadow, and mascara can reduce the risk of skin cancer better than sunscreen alone, especially around the eye.”