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You might not have come across “pilling” yet we are quite certain that if you have put makeup on your face, you’ve experienced it.

“Pilling” explains the small little bobbles that in some cases show up on your face after you have used your make-up. You hydrate, use primer, and after that aficionado in the foundation only to notice that your skin does not look smooth and also remarkable. The smooth surface is messed up by little bobbles and you have no idea just how they arrived.

Noise acquainted?

“It’s called pilling, and it’s the impact of either over-layering products, or when product textures don’t concur with each various other combined with the rubbing of hand/brush application, resulting in bobbles of item showing up on the skin, a little bit like flakes of rubber when you rub something out on paper,” owner of 001 Skin care Ada Ooi informed Glamour.

To prevent pilling from occurring, avoid silicone-based products where possible as these are the primary perpetrators. You can likewise minimize the chances of bobbles showing up by exfoliating on a regular basis and using a little less item. If you do layer your item, wait in between applications to make certain each layer is entirely dry.

It truly is as simple as that.