We all dream of flawless, glowing skin but believe it or not, bad skin habits make your skin bad & lifeless. In a perfect world, we’d never make a single mistake when it came to skincare (or anything else for that matter) and our complexions would be blemish-free and perfectly balanced.

Great healthy skin and sound way of life decisions can postpone the normal maturing handle and avoid different skin issues. Begin with some worst skincare habits.

Picking Your Skin

Excoriation disorder is a mental illness related to obsessive-compulsive disorder. It is characterized by repeated picking at one's skin which results in skin lesions and causes significant disruption in one's life.


“The skin appears as if it has a radiant shine. However, it is very dry and exposed.” And overexposure can devolve into painful cracking and peeling, explains Geria. For reference, a healthy glow will always look plump and moisturized, not dry, thin, or waxy.

Get 8 Hours of Sleep 

If you're getting less than eight hours of sleep each night, chances are you're sleep-deprived. What's more, you probably have no idea just how much lack of sleep is affecting you.

Wipeout your makeup before bed

It is very important to remove makeup before going to bed - it can cause extensive damage to your skin during the night. The skin renews itself while you sleep, and when you leave makeup on, you are preventing that from happening. The skin ceases to breathe and fatigue signs appear soon enough.

Don't Forget Sunscreen 

Since the time spent outside are few and far between, and summer vacation is on hold, that means we can 86 the sunscreen from our routine, right? Hard no. If the sun is shining through your window, then those UV rays are coming in contact with your skin, and even if you’re only outside for 15 minutes to walk the dog, that’s still 15 minutes of unprotected sun exposure

Turning up the heat in Shower

For many, nothing is more relaxing than a long, hot shower or a soothing soak in the tub. It can relieve stress, induce sleep, and help clear nasal congestion. During the winter months, many people enjoy taking a soak or shower in hot water to warm up and shake off the chill. Although tub time may feel like a luxury, it can wreak havoc on your skin by drying it out if done too often or if the water is too hot.