How to treat your skin during PMS?
All women face different skin problems during PMS. Here we share a few tips that make you look perfect even during that month.
Feel frustrated and weep for no reason? If that happens to you, you’re going to get your period and have PMS (premenstrual syndrome). And PMS does not only bear mood swings and cravings, but also skin issues. As if weeping for nothing was not enough to see our face ruined after we spent too much on skincare products.
Ok, maybe we don’t have a way to regulate your cravings or tears, but we have a few ideas to help you keep your skin as beautiful and radiant as ever.
Now, if you wonder why you have so many old breakouts ahead of your time, we must inform you that the estrogen and progesterone levels fall immediately before you begin your period. This increases sebum production, an oily substance that lubricates the skin. Too much sebum output can lead to blocked pores and breakouts. Although ance break-out is the worst skin problem in PMS, other skin problems are required during this time.
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Maybe you don’t need ‘period skin care’ because your skin starts to heal after the cycle is over. But the ance stains or the dull skin takes longer than you think to fade.
Tips for keeping your skin healthy and sparkling during PMS:
Keep wet wipes nearby
We all get lazy during PMS and don’t feel like getting up and forget to wash our faces many times. But that doesn’t mean that the pores should be blocked. Simply keep a box of wet wipes by the side and cleanse your face if you feel it’s greasy and sticky.
Moisturising is important
Too much washing of your face will make your skin dry and flaccid. Make sure that every time you purify your face you use light water or gel-based moisturizer. This is an important move if you want soft skin.
Dry skin layer mask
Although their skin becomes too oily for some women, others suffer from dry skin. We know that you may not be able to make a DIY pack during this time but can rely on a sheet mask to provide your skin with that extra hydration punch.
In addition to using sheet masks and creams, keeping your body hydrated is also critical. It’s really important to drink plenty of water. This helps you to get rid of pale skin that is lifeless.
Massage faces will do wonderful things
You may have noticed that during PMS your skin appears pale. A simple way to rid yourself of this is by massaging your ears. You may simply take a face roller or gua sha and proceed to massage on your bed. This increases the flow of blood and you feel the difference.