Tips to Avoid Getting Mask Rash from Skincare Expert Alana Mitchell

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Now that wearing a face mask has become a part of our daily lives, you might be experiencing new skin irritations and The Doctors are here to help.

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We welcome licensed aesthetician and skincare expert Alana Mitchell to discuss how beauty habits are changing during the coronavirus quarantine and how to deal with face mask rash. Normally, you would want to avoid using a petroleum-based product when it comes to your face, but Alana says this is the one time she recommends using it. She explains this type of product, lightly applied before you put your face on, will serve as a skin protectant, and should help with the effects of wearing a the mask.

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Additionally, she suggests everyone wash their face -- not just once, but twice -- as doing it twice helps to remove even more of the oil, dirt, debris, sunscreen, and makeup that builds up on our skin. She also says using a face brush will help to more effectively clean your face.

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She also tells The Doctors doing beauty treatments in your home -- like facial steamers and sheet masks -- will help to keep everyone's skin in good shape while we're unable to follow our regular beauty treatments.

A habit to avoid while being stuck at home -- picking at your skin. Alana stresses that this should be left to the professionals and never should be done at home.

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