It’s a good idea to get makeup on your face, neck and back, especially if you’re a movie fan.
It will help to prevent the bacteria from forming inside your pores, according to a study published in The Journal of the American Medical Association.
The study included 647 participants who went to movies at 10 movie theaters in the United States.
The participants were given either a clean, water-soluble or a gel-like makeup.
They were asked to wear a mask and not use their hands for 20 minutes before the movie.
After that, they were asked if they had any skin reactions.
If so, they had to wash their hands again.
After the first 30 minutes, all participants had to use a mask to remove any makeup, but not for 20 or 30 minutes.
After the 30-minute mark, the researchers looked at the skin reactions after each 20-minute period, and they found that there were no adverse reactions.
In addition, there was no evidence of skin irritation or burning, and the researchers noted that skin was not sore or itchy after wearing the masks.
This suggests that people can wear makeup to prevent bacteria from growing inside their pores, says study author Katherine Schulman, MD, an associate professor of medicine at the University of California, San Francisco.
However, this study doesn’t show that it’s safe to wear makeup for 20-30 minutes without protective clothing.
“We don’t know if people can get these types of reactions,” Schulmen said.
“We do know that the bacteria are not going to be able to get in.
They can’t survive for longer than 10 minutes in the environment.”
When asked how they plan to keep from having any skin reaction, most people said they’d like to wear masks, but they’re also willing to wear the mask to prevent any skin irritation.
“You have to be very careful not to get your hands wet,” says Schulmans, who is also a medical officer at the American College of Emergency Physicians.
She also recommends that people wear protective gloves to help protect against skin irritation, especially in areas where people might get exposed to the makeup.
“If you don’t wear gloves, it could be an opportunity to get a lot of bacteria in your hands, so I’d recommend gloves,” Schuselman says.
The researchers recommend that people with a history of skin problems or allergies wear a latex mask, which can be worn with the mask and without it.
People who might have skin problems, like those with cystic acne, should also wear gloves when they’re going to a movie.
those with allergies, such as people with asthma, should avoid makeup.
People with skin allergies, including those with eczema or psoriasis, should always wear masks when they go to the movies, but those with other skin conditions, like psorosis, should only wear masks for 20 to 30 minutes after the movie, Schulsham says.
To learn more about preventing skin problems at a movie theatre, Schuselsman recommends you visit www.cbsnews.com/prevention-skin-condition-and-skin.
She also recommends reading more about how to prevent a skin infection at www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/13287560.