Busting Beauty Myths


The beauty tips we often hear or read on the internet can be incorrect sometimes. These wrong beauty tips have no scientific proof, and today we will be busting all the myths with actual facts.

Here are 7 of the more common beauty myths we run into pretty regularly. Check them out and learn so that you can take the best possible care of yourself regarding beauty.

Myths: Dark circles are caused solely by a lack of sleep

Fact: Under-eye circles can also be caused due to other factors like genetics, vitamin deficiencies, insulin resistance.


Myth: If it burns or stings while applying, it means the product is working.

Fact: The stinging sensation you feel after applying the product doesn’t mean it is making your skin any better; instead, it means more harm than good, and your skin barrier is getting compromised.


Myth: You get acne because you don’t wash your face enough.

Fact: You won’t get acne just because you don’t wash your face enough. Acne occurs due to a combination of factors such as clogged pores, sebum, bacteria, and inflammation.


Myth: Dandruff is contagious and may get transferred from one person to another.

Fact: Dandruff is not contagious at all. You can’t give dandruff to anyone or catch it from your loved ones either.


Myth:  Shaving or waxing causes your hair to regrow faster, darker and thicker.

Fact: Shaving and waxing your hair does not make your hair grow back faster, darker, and thicker. Hair regrowth can be different each time.


Myth: You need to keep oil on your hair overnight for maximum benefits.

Fact: Oil only needs 30 minutes or 1 hour to work its magic. More than that can seep into the skin and cause acne.


Myth: Toothpaste has antimicrobial properties which can kill acne-causing bacteria on the skin.

Fact: While bacteria levels may go down initially, other ingredients in the toothpaste can irritate skin and cause further breakouts.


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