Here’s a simple way to help protect your skin from mask-related breakouts.
Now that face masks are a normal part of our lives, our skin is having to learn how to live with the coverings – and for many, that’s meant a rise in acne, or maskne as it’s been coined, in the areas which a face mask covers. However, skincare expert Dr. Pimple Popper (whose real name is Dr. Sandra Lee) has shared an easy hack for helping to prevent mask-related breakouts on her TikTok channel.
Dr. Lee suggests that those suffering from maskne spray the inside of their masks with a salicylic acid-based product. “Spray it on the inside of [your] mask [and] fan your mask to dry it a little,” she shared with the camera as she sprayed her own brand’s Salicylic Acid Body