Because of the occlusive nature of the mask, your breathing is trapped, creating a humid environment for your skin. “The wearers are sweating underneath the masks, and this causes friction, leading to pressure damage on the nose and cheeks,” says Professor Karen Ousey, one of the authors of the paper. “There can be tears to the skin as a result, and these can lead to potential infection.”
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2) Apply Bare Pits Body Organic Face mask healing butter at night and in the morning as much as needed ( for day use apply 30 minutes before wearing a mask to create a protective barrier between the mask and your face to reduce friction)
Ingredients: organic raw extra virgin coconut oil, organic mango butter, organic kokum butter, organic unrefined shea butter, organic sea buckthorn oil, organic essential oils.
Unrefined Organic Extra Virgin CO2 extracted Sea Buckthorn Oil: Sea Buckthorn Carrier Oil is reputed to be one of the best sources of natural antioxidants due to the high content of Vitamin C. Anti-oxidants like vitamin E and beta-carotene effectively combat wrinkles, dryness, and other symptoms of dry, aged skin. This oil can also be used promote healing of burns, eczema, radiation injury ulcers and small cuts or wounds. This healing effect is due to the beta-carotene (pro-vitamin-A) that is in Sea-Buckthorn. Aromatherapists have credited it with reducing wrinkles, regenerating skin cells, and for promoting the healing of skin injuries such as burns, sunburns, wounds and eczema.
Organic coconut oil: Capric /Caprylic/Lauric acid..These three fatty acids have strong disinfectant and antimicrobial properties. Coconut oil protects from microbial infections that can get into open wounds or even enter the body through the pores. It has natural Vitamin E, collagen and is extremely moisturizing.
Organic Mango Butter: Derived from the rain-forests of the world, the deliciously sweet fruit of the mango is full of moisture. Mangoes not only nourish the body internally, but they also provide skin with sweet treats. These include moisture, and vitamins A, C and E, which work to combat free radicals. Free radicals are found in the sun's rays and air pollution. When applied to the skin, mango butter has the ability to protect it from the sunburn as well as sooth sunburned skin.
Organic Shea Butter: Shea butter is chock-full of vitamin A and is deeply moisturizing. Shea is derived from nuts that grow on trees in West and Central Africa, and it is known for being so nourishing to the skin that even in Africa's dry climate it works to soothe thirsty skin. The American Shea Institutes notes that shea butter possesses the ability to improve pesky skin blemishes, eczema, wrinkles and dermatitis. Shea is also known to soothe insect bites, sunburn and frostbite. This butter packs a powerful punch for an array of skin ailments.
Organic Kokum Butter: Kokum butter is more emollient than most butters, possesses natural healing properties, has a uniform triglyceride composition and promotes regeneration of skin. Fatty acid levels are low, indicating an absence of any powerful lipolytic activity. Some of the traditionally known benefits of Kokum butter are as follows:
Helps prevents drying of the skin
Helps heal ulcers, heal fissures of the lips, hands and soles of feet
Helps regenerates skin cells & reduces degeneration of skin cells
Non-pore clogging (non-comodegenic)
Contains 80% stearic-oleic-stearic triglycerides
Contains antioxidant properties
Helps stabilize emulsions
High oxidative stability
Softens the skin and restores skin flexibility