10 Things You Should Never Apply On Your Skin!

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Lemon: It's a beauty must-have. However, it isn't safe to rub it directly on your skin because it's highly acidic nature can give you cuts, rashes & blisters. Besides it contains psoralen that possibly can lead to severe burns if exposed to sunlight. Lemon: It's a beauty must-have. However, it isn't safe to rub it directly on your skin because it's highly acidic nature can give you cuts, rashes & blisters. Besides it contains psoralen that possibly can lead to severe burns if exposed to sunlight.

Lemon: It's a beauty must-have. However, it isn't safe to rub it directly on your skin because it's highly acidic nature can give you cuts, rashes & blisters. Besides it contains psoralen that possibly can lead to severe burns if exposed to sunlight.

Baking Soda: Despite it's innumerable beauty benefits, you should not put it on your face especially if you have a sensitive skin. It's high alkaline levels may destroy your skin's acid mantle, making it vulnerable to pollution, bacteria &  sun exposure. Baking Soda: Despite it's innumerable beauty benefits, you should not put it on your face especially if you have a sensitive skin. It's high alkaline levels may destroy your skin's acid mantle, making it vulnerable to pollution, bacteria &  sun exposure.

Baking Soda: Despite it's innumerable beauty benefits, you should not put it on your face especially if you have a sensitive skin. It's high alkaline levels may destroy your skin's acid mantle, making it vulnerable to pollution, bacteria & sun exposure.

Toothpaste: No, it's not okay to use toothpaste on your face in order to dry out your pimples because it contains harsh combination of ingredients that can do more harm than good. It can cause irritation, redness, burns and peeling on the face. Toothpaste: No, it's not okay to use toothpaste on your face in order to dry out your pimples because it contains harsh combination of ingredients that can do more harm than good. It can cause irritation, redness, burns and peeling on the face.

Toothpaste: No, it's not okay to use toothpaste on your face in order to dry out your pimples because it contains harsh combination of ingredients that can do more harm than good. It can cause irritation, redness, burns and peeling on the face.

Lipstick: It's for you to wear on your lips not your cheeks in place of blush. As it contains heavy metals and thick pigments, it could end up clogging your pores and eventually lead to bad breakouts. Lipstick: It's for you to wear on your lips not your cheeks in place of blush. As it contains heavy metals and thick pigments, it could end up clogging your pores and eventually lead to bad breakouts.

Lipstick: It's for you to wear on your lips not your cheeks in place of blush. As it contains heavy metals and thick pigments, it could end up clogging your pores and eventually lead to bad breakouts.

Hot Water: It can create havoc on your skin by stripping of its essential moisture and natural oils that fight against irritation, itchiness and dryness. Hot Water: It can create havoc on your skin by stripping of its essential moisture and natural oils that fight against irritation, itchiness and dryness.

Hot Water: It can create havoc on your skin by stripping of its essential moisture and natural oils that fight against irritation, itchiness and dryness.

Vinegar: Do not use it in its raw form because it contains ascetic acid which may erode your skin and can get you chemical burns. So, use it only after diluting with water or any other substance. Vinegar: Do not use it in its raw form because it contains ascetic acid which may erode your skin and can get you chemical burns. So, use it only after diluting with water or any other substance.

Vinegar: Do not use it in its raw form because it contains ascetic acid which may erode your skin and can get you chemical burns. So, use it only after diluting with water or any other substance.

Alcohol: Don't use it as a face cleanser or make up remover because it's application can wash away skin's natural oils, leaving it rough and dry. Alcohol: Don't use it as a face cleanser or make up remover because it's application can wash away skin's natural oils, leaving it rough and dry.

Alcohol: Don't use it as a face cleanser or make up remover because it's application can wash away skin's natural oils, leaving it rough and dry.

Sugar: Instead of exfoliating your face with sugar, reserve it for lips and the body to see amazing results. Since, it's particles are naturally coarse, it may tear at your skin cells, making you experience inflammation, redness and itchiness. Sugar: Instead of exfoliating your face with sugar, reserve it for lips and the body to see amazing results. Since, it's particles are naturally coarse, it may tear at your skin cells, making you experience inflammation, redness and itchiness.

Sugar: Instead of exfoliating your face with sugar, reserve it for lips and the body to see amazing results. Since, it's particles are naturally coarse, it may tear at your skin cells, making you experience inflammation, redness and itchiness.

Hydrogen Peroxide: Regular use of this liquid can give you serious injuries because it's an aggressive oxidizing agent which can damage your skin cells. It may lead you to experience cracking & flaking of the skin to the point of severe burns & blisters. Hydrogen Peroxide: Regular use of this liquid can give you serious injuries because it's an aggressive oxidizing agent which can damage your skin cells. It may lead you to experience cracking & flaking of the skin to the point of severe burns & blisters.

Hydrogen Peroxide: Regular use of this liquid can give you serious injuries because it's an aggressive oxidizing agent which can damage your skin cells. It may lead you to experience cracking & flaking of the skin to the point of severe burns & blisters.

Hairspray: Since it contains a lot of chemicals, you should never use it on face to set your makeup. It may clog your pores, causing more breakouts and dryness. And while spraying it in your hair, be rather careful in keeping it away from face. Hairspray: Since it contains a lot of chemicals, you should never use it on face to set your makeup. It may clog your pores, causing more breakouts and dryness. And while spraying it in your hair, be rather careful in keeping it away from face.

Hairspray: Since it contains a lot of chemicals, you should never use it on face to set your makeup. It may clog your pores, causing more breakouts and dryness. And while spraying it in your hair, be rather careful in keeping it away from face.

We've done it all. We've already gone through millions of beauty tutorials on YouTube, incorporated endless number of beauty hacks in our arsenal, and have religiously followed cleansing-toning-moisturizing method everyday. But still whole of our efforts and time doesn't give us a permanent solution to perfect, healthy skin like that of actresses on silver screen. Maybe we're doing something wrong. Yes! Perhaps, we're are putting these 10 things on our skin that should never ever be applied... like neverrrr everrrr!!
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