Since helmets are a part of many of your daily lives, learning how to prevent breakouts and how to keep your face clean is essential for healthy skin. Included in this blog are some useful tips to keep skin healthy that can be added to anyone’s daily routine.
Clean Your Helmet On a Regular Basis
To avoid sweat and dirt clogging pores and creating the potential for breakouts, cleaning your helmet is key. Clean your helmet as often as possible to remove harmful dirt and bacteria that may cause your face to breakout. When cleaning your helmet, make sure to wash it thoroughly. Once you feel all the dirt, sweat and bacteria are removed, rinse it well. Leaving soap and other chemicals has the potential to irritate the skin.
Keep Your Hair Away from Your Face
If you have long hair or hair that lays on your forehead, keep it up. Leaving loose hair under a helmet is one of the worst thing you can do for your skin health. Your scalp sweats while wearing a helmet and when your hair is down, all the dirt and grease in your hair can be transferred. It can be transferred onto your face and clog your pores, which in turn can create breakouts.
Cleanse Your Skin After Wearing Your Helmet
While wearing your helmet, it is almost impossible to avoid sweat, dirt and bacteria all together. Cleansing your face after wearing your helmet, is extremely important in avoiding breakouts and keeping your skin healthy. Whether you are at home or on-the-go, be sure to wash your face as soon as possible after wearing your helmet.
When you are on-the-go and don’t have access to your daily face wash, it can be hard to clean your face. Clutch Wipes are a great alternative for keeping your face clean and ridding your skin of harmful dirt and bacteria. Clutch Wipes come individually packaged and can easily fit in your pocket.
Clutch Wipes, protecting your face better than your helmet.