Some experts think that the worry about skin and eye problems caused by sleeping with makeup on is overblown.
Dermatologist Anna Chacon says that going to bed with makeup on is bad for your skin, especially if it is acne-prone or sensitive.
Chacon, a beauty expert, says that not taking care of your skin at night can cause fine lines, wrinkles, clogged pores, and dry skin.
you may be more likely to get a stye, which is an eye problem that can irritate your eyes and make it hard for you to see.
Sleeping in mascara can be dangerous. After 25 years of not taking it off at night, one woman found that the colour had moved to her upper eyelid.
that sleeping with makeup on won't give you wrinkles or hurt your skin, but it could make your pillowcase dirty.
A dermatologic surgeon says that not washing your pillowcase can lead to reverse contamination and the transfer of leftover skin care products to your skin.
Even if your routine changes, you can keep your everyday glow by using a gentle cleanser and moisturiser that work for your skin type.