Masks can cause irritation through friction and chafing, so make sure to use a bracket protector to prevent your mask from touching your skin.
Facial mists a bit too costly? Keep your skin hydrated by making your own DIY face mist at home!
Your phone screen is a breeding ground for bacteria and dirt. Make sure it’s always sanitized and disinfected.
Placing an air purifier in your room can help reduce indoor pollutants that often trigger skin irritations.
Your hands touch a lot of surfaces throughout the day. Washing your hands limits the transfer of germs and bacteria, which you could also later on transfer to your face.
When removing your mask, the last place you want to put the mask after you remove it is on the table. Make sure you’re always carrying a storage case wherever you go.