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With FEMAIL, celebrity facialist Melanie Grant (photo) showed the sneaky things that secretly ruin your skin
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Although you may think that bad skin is caused by obvious things, such as a fatty diet and too much alcohol, there are several sneaky things that make your complexion fall apart and also look shiny.

Hot showers, trendy treatments and too many products are just three of the things that secretly sabotage your chance of glowing skin.

With the words of FEMAIL, celebrity facialist Melanie Grant – who likes to have Kim Kardashian and Victoria Beckham as clients – revealed what you should avoid to damage your skin.

With FEMAIL, celebrity facialist Melanie Grant (photo) showed the sneaky things that secretly ruin your skin

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With FEMAIL, celebrity facialist Melanie Grant (photo) showed the sneaky things that secretly ruin your skin

& # 39; You can certainly use too many products, & # 39; Melanie (photo) told FEMAIL - she said the best skin care regimens are not complicated and expensive, but they are well thought out

& # 39; You can certainly use too many products, & # 39; Melanie (photo) told FEMAIL - she said the best skin care regimens are not complicated and expensive, but they are well thought out

& # 39; You can certainly use too many products, & # 39; Melanie (photo) told FEMAIL – she said the best skin care regimens are not complicated and expensive, but they are well thought out

1. Use of too many products

What are the sneaky things that ruin your skin?

1. Use of too many products

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2. Too hot showers

3. Assuming that trendy treatments are the best treatments

4. Work with your makeup on

5. Don't drink enough water

6. Wear sunscreen, but only sometimes

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7. Ignore construction stress

8. Ignore your skin type

9. Attention for your face, but not for your neck

10. Mask your face in an airplane

Being the first on her list of things to do, you use too many products.

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& # 39; You can certainly use too many products & # 39 ;, Melanie told FEMAIL.

& # 39; The best skin care regimens are not complicated and expensive, but consist of a well-considered one with a handful of high-quality, well-considered and hard-working products. & # 39;

The celebrity expert said the best thing to do with your skin care is to keep everything simple – and remember that every item in your beauty bag must have a purpose.

She said you should be aware of the & # 39; types of products you use, along with the order in which you apply them & # 39 ;.

& # 39; Applying too many active substances can have terrible consequences for the skin – it is quite possible to give yourself the equivalent of a chemical peel every day, & # 39; said Melanie.

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On the other hand, incorrect application methods may hamper the efficacy of certain products.

It may sound strange, but overly hot water can be just as harmful to the skin as cold water (photo: customer Victoria Beckham)

It may sound strange, but overly hot water can be just as harmful to the skin as cold water (photo: customer Victoria Beckham)

It may sound strange, but overly hot water can be just as harmful to the skin as cold water (photo: customer Victoria Beckham)

2. Too hot showers

It may sound strange, but overly warm water can be just as harmful to the skin as cold water.

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& # 39; The hot water and drop pressure can cause visible redness and broken capillaries & # 39 ;, Melanie said.

If you like a long shower, the person responsible for the face advises you to lower the temperature of the water and put your hands in the shower, gently sprinkling the water on your face.

& # 39; We have had a lot to offer with innovative products and treatments in recent years, but it is important to do your research, because there are many that are purely based on trends, & # 39; said Melanie (photo: customer Georgia Fowler)

& # 39; We have had a lot to offer with innovative products and treatments in recent years, but it is important to do your research, because there are many that are purely based on trends, & # 39; said Melanie (photo: customer Georgia Fowler)

& # 39; We have had a lot to offer with innovative products and treatments in recent years, but it is important to do your research, because there are many that are purely based on trends, & # 39; said Melanie (photo: customer Georgia Fowler)

3. Assuming that trendy treatments are the best treatments

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In recent years an abundance of skin care products has come on the market and while some perform miracles, others are just a hype.

& # 39; We have had a lot of choice in recent years with innovative products and treatments, but it is important to do your research because there are many that are purely trend-oriented & # 39 ;, said Melanie.

& # 39; Seek professional guidance to ensure that you choose products and treatments that are substantiated, clinically proven and serve a purpose. & # 39;

Sometimes the last big thing is actually not good for your skin.

& # 39; (Working with makeup on) is a safe way to clog pores and then promote congestion, imperfections and imperfections, & # 39; said Melanie (photo: customer Kim Kardashian)

& # 39; (Working with makeup on) is a safe way to clog pores and then promote congestion, imperfections and imperfections, & # 39; said Melanie (photo: customer Kim Kardashian)

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& # 39; (Working with makeup on) is a safe way to clog pores and then promote congestion, imperfections and imperfections, & # 39; said Melanie (photo: customer Kim Kardashian)

4. Work with your makeup on

For many facials, it is the cardinal sin of skin care.

And yet, so many of us run, lift and sweat with our makeup.

& # 39; (Working with makeup on) is a safe way to clog pores and then promote congestion, imperfections and imperfections, & # 39; said Melanie.

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This is because heat causes expansion and inflammation and if makeup is left behind, your skin will warm up, your pores will open and anything that is left will penetrate into your pores and cause congestion.

5. Don't drink enough water

What you put on your skin is important, but what you swallow is just as important for great skin.

& # 39; Try to drink at least two liters of water a day, & # 39; Melanie advised.

& # 39; Hydration levels – external and internal – are of the utmost importance for skin health.

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& # 39; When you are dehydrated, it is as visible through the skin as the complexion is affected, devitalized and faint. & # 39;

Get your H20 through water and herbal teas.

6. Wear sunscreen, but only sometimes

Sunscreen is the most important ingredient for your skin – yet, many of us do not manage to wear it every day.

& # 39; In my experience, most of us are aware of the dangers of excessive and visible sun exposure, but most do not only realize how harmful harmless daily sun exposure can be, & # 39; said Melanie.

Accumulated sun damage – such as occurred while driving or during a brisk lunch walk – can cause a number of problems, including pigmentation spots, fine lines and texture irregularities.

Make sure you wear SPF every day of your life and include it in your daily skin care and makeup regime.

7. Ignore construction stress

Just like a bad diet, high stress levels will also affect your skin.

And so, paying attention to how you feel will help enormously.

& # 39; Prolonged exposure to excessive stress contributes directly to our skin functionality and will certainly improve its ugly head over time, through a dull and devitalized complexion, & # 39; said Melanie.

Try & # 39; reduce stressful blue light emission technology in the evening to give your skin a break.

8. Ignore your skin type

Whether you are greasy, combined or dry, knowing that your skin type is essential for getting the right regime.

& # 39; Common mistakes I made include the use of products that are not suitable for your skin type or concern, exclusive use of a single brand (it is best to choose products and treatments) and over-complicated a regime, & # 39; said Melanie.

Identify what your skin is and start from there with regard to advice and products.

9. Attention to your face, not to your neck

Your face is important, but your neck is just as important when it comes to anti-aging.

Every time you apply moisturizer, Melanie said, make sure you do something in your neck.

The neck and décolleté are an extension of the face, so they need just as much care.

10. Mask your face in an airplane

Last but not least, while you think that your face will be covered in an airplane, it helps to lock in the moisture, it is not always the best idea.

Because the air is so dry on surfaces, our skin looks for water where it can get it. And since water attracts water, it draws from the deepest layers of the skin and evaporates into the air.

This results in an even drier skin.

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