How To Prevent Maskne And Keep Your Skin Healthy And Radiant?
Have you noticed acne in places where the mask touches your skin? You are not alone with this!
Many people who wear masks for a long time complain about an acne outbreak.
As a matter of fact, they are so common that dermatologists already gave them a name - maskne (acne + mask).
But, don’t worry. There are things you can do to keep your skin healthy, beautiful, and prevent maskne.
What causes maskne?
As you wear a mask, the fabric rubs against your skin. That irritates and damages the skin, making it susceptible to bacterial outbreaks. To add an insult to an injury, bacteria dwell in a moist and warm environment under your mask. This combination is a perfect formula for an acne outbreak.
So, what to do about maskne?
Dermatologists suggest three simple things:
- Keep your mask clean - dirt and bacteria make things worse. Choose a lightweight and soft mask that is pleasant to wear. Cotton masks are better than synthetic ones.
- Make sure your face is clean and properly disinfected. If you wear a mask for a long time, clean it often to prevent sweat, dirt, oil, and bacteria build-up.
- Simplify your skincare - use only a mild cleanser and moisturizer. Some experts even advise against make-up. Keep your skin clean, free, and let it breathe as much as possible. Conditions under the mask are hard for skin - make-up makes it even harder. If you can not avoid make-up, use soft-toned cream, a bit of blush, and a tiny bit of mascara.
Clean the skin properly
As long as you wear your mask, you can not avoid mechanical damage that goes with mask-wearing. You can decrease it by wearing a soft, cotton mask that fits your face, but the grim reality of mask weaning is that it will rub your skin and eventually cause some degree of damage to your skin.
Luckily, the damaged area doesn’t cause maskne on its own - it’s a bacteria that causes them. So, if you clean your face every few hours, your face will stay maskne free. Because bacteria won't have the time to multiply and cause an outbreak.
Regular cleaning with a good cleanser is the best thing you can do to prevent maskne (in addition to keeping your mask as clean as possible, of course).
But, choose the right cleanser
Not all face cleansers are good for your skin. Some of them contain harsh chemicals that kill bacteria but also damage the skin's protective layer. That opens the way for bacteria to the deep layers of the skin and causes even worse outbreaks.
You need a cleanser that will keep your face clean, but without hurting your skin or damaging its protective barrier.
Cinisoothe+ Skin Purifier is the most advanced skin cleanser that is an absolute champion in keeping the skin clean, disinfected, and healthy.
What makes it the best choice for you?
You can use Cinisoothe+ Skin Purifier as many times as you need - it will always kill the pathogens, but also soothe, calm down, and nurture your skin.
Our product is based on years of research - we've managed to produce a substance that is naturally present in your skin cells. Its function is to kill pathogens and defend cells. Since this substance, called hypochlorous, is “invented” by our body, it is totally harmless to skin cells. On the contrary, it protects, soothes, and calms it down.
That makes Cinisoothe+ Skin Purifier the best choice for often face cleaning even for people with the most sensitive and delicate skin.
Gently wipe down your face with cotton soaked up in Cinisoothe+ Skin Purifier and then let it dry for 10-15 seconds. Use it as many times a day your need to soothe, calm down, purify and disinfect your skin.
Using Cinisoothe+ Skin Purifier spray is the easiest and fastest way to keep your skin protected, perfectly clean, and comfortable while at work, in school, or traveling. Just spritz your face, let it dry for 10-15 seconds, and you are good to go.
Regular use of Clinisoothe+ Skin Purifier is the best defense from the maskne outbreak. Use it regularly and once we all ditch masks finally, you will be able to show your silky, smooth, and radiant skin without any trace of irritation, redness, or acne.