Should you be sanitizing your makeup even more now?
The coronavirus outbreak has forced many employees to work from home. Work from home means no more getting all dressed up, looking your best each day and of course, no more makeup, which might not be a major concern for some but for others it’s a major change in their lifestyle. Makeup or no makeup, that’s completely up to taking good care of it and keeping it is something we all need to practice.
Can COVID-19 Live on Your Beauty Products?
We’re still not clear on exactly how long the virus remains active outside the body. Studies have reported movement anywhere from two hours to nine days depending on the surface. Even though we’re at home and following social distancing religiously it is recommended that you proceed with your regular scheduled beauty regimen more cautiously than before, as the exact longevity of COVID-19 has not been tested in beauty products. If you contract the
As far as disinfecting the products are concerned, remember that, it's only the outer packaging of the product that can be disinfected using an alcohol-based cleansing wipe or towel. The product on the inside cannot be disinfected therefore, therefore, you need to be sure you’ve not contracted the virus from anywhere before you use the product. If you show no signs or symptoms, there’s no harm, you may continue using your beauty products without worrying much. A recent study reassured us all saying that any product at risk can become safe
Don’t Overlook Sanitizing Your Beauty Tools
Long story short, if wearing makeup makes