Boost Your Immunity Series Vol.4: We will tell you how to deal with rough skin caused by wearing masks!
Hello. This is Taki. I’m the manager of Suzuki Herb Laboratory’s PR Department.
The other day, I was waiting in line at a book store, and I overheard an elderly couple waiting behind me. They were saying, “When I wear a mask, it causes pimples to develop on my face, and it gets itchy.”
Below is some information I want to share with you:
You tend to have a rough skin if you find yourself constantly saying: “I get acne on my face after wearing a mask,” “My skin became rough from the mask rubbing against my face,” or “I’m fine now, but I might eventually get rough skin.”
Here are a couple of important points to remember to avoid developing rough skin after wearing a mask:
The rough skin that you get from wearing a mark is caused by the friction between the mask and the skin. It damages the skin’s surface and causes the skin barrier to deteriorate.
There are three ways to reduce the friction between the mask and the skin.