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Before the new normal of wearing face masks, your skin could breathe more easily and it was easily and it was easy for dirt and dead skin cells to fall from your skin uninhibited.

However, face masks have now made this impossible. Dirt, sweat, oils and makeup are instead held in place, clogging your pores leading to mask acne.

Acne is caused by blocking skin pores. This can come from dead skin skills, oils, makeup products, dirt and bacteria.

If you are tied of the constant breakouts and yet you have to wear a mask every day, follow the below steps.

Wear a mask that allows your skin to breathe; opt for masks that are made out of breathable fabrics like cotton and silk.

You can make your own face mask or buy from established vendors. Masks made out of cotton and silk are gentler on your skin and will reduce your chances of getting breakouts.

Watch what you apply on your skin; before you wear a mask, ensure that you have properly taken care of your skin. This includes wearing oil free makeup and skincare products that won’t clog your pores and cause breakouts. If you can, avoid wearing makeup entirely.

  Wear a good moisturizer; a good, oil free moisturizer will reduce the effects of friction. The constant rubbing of fabric against your skin can cause irritation and acne. A good, oil free moisturizer will reduce the effects of friction.

Cleanse your face after you remove the mask; once you remove your face mask, ensure that you clean your face properly. An effective cleansing regimen will rid your face of any dirt and bacteria and unclog your pores. Choose a gentle cleanser, treat your active spots with acne treatments such as benzoyl

Peroxide and then moisturize your skin to keep it hydrated.

Avoid harsh skin treatments; face masks will make your skin sensitive and can lead to breakouts. When you add harsh skin treatments such as chemical peels to your skincare regimen, you will make your skin more sensitive, making it more likely to breakout. Use natural treatments that are kinder to your skin instead.

Wash your face mask after every use; ensure that you wash your wash face mask after every use to remove any dirt and bacteria that might have accumulated on it.

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