to revitalize the scalp, acts deodorizing with increased perspiration of the scalp
So you can extend the shelf life of cosmetics
• limit the contact of the product with the skin
For picking up and applying cosmetic products, small spatulas and special applicators are best suited. They prevent contamination of the preparations, provided that they are thoroughly cleaned after each use.
Keep cosmetics properly
All cosmetic products should be protected from high temperatures, direct sunlight and other heat sources. A damp bathroom is not an ideal place for them. Primers and creams, especially those containing collagen, should be stored in the refrigerator or in a place without light.
Buy cosmetics in small packages
The longer you use a product, the more time microorganisms have to multiply in it. Not always the purchase of a larger packaging proves to be a good choice. This is especially true for products that come in contact with mucous membranes or eyes. Therefore, these products are often offered in small packages. Choose packaging with dispensers
Cosmetics in tubes, sprays and the like are influences of microorganisms
significantly less exposed, because the small opening significantly limits the possibility of contamination.
Hygiene in the application:
For mascaras, wash the spiral regularly with water or toner. When you reach for a compact powder, pay attention to the upper transparent protective film. Many women make the mistake of throwing away this film, but it protects the powder from the ingress of microorganisms and the grease from the applicator spittle. If contaminated, the powder starts to lump quickly.
Facial creams, lotions, face milk: Avoid taking the preparation with your fingers, use a spatula and close the container carefully after each use. So protect the cream from contact with the air and from contamination.
Brushes and tassels with which the cosmetics are applied, you should now and then wash with warm water and a gentle soap and then dry thoroughly.