NIGHT TIME SKINCARE AND HAIR ROUTINE
A steady night skincare routine is very important to clear healthy looking skin.
Why you might ask? Well through your day your skin is exposed to many harmful elements such as UV rays, pollution, and dirt.
Given how much your skin had to put up with during the day, you must provide it with the right care after a long day.
Your night skincare routine steps should include different types of products that cleanse and exfoliate your skin.
Below are some of these essential products to end your day off with an treatment for your skin: +hair care tips and tricks.
Your skin naturally repairs itself at night, your nighttime routine should be all about treatment and giving your skin what it needs.
To get rid of the day’s grime, dirt, oil and makeup, I recommend removing your makeup first with a dedicated makeup remover before washing your face with a gentle cleanser.
I suggest using a double cleanser.
How? Using a cleansing oil first to dissolve any excess makeup and then washing your face again with your regular cleanser.
I use the Mario Badescu Acne Facial Cleanser, which you can buy as a large bottle. It's gentle, and kind to your skin, has never irritated me before or done anything wrong/outside of its purpose.
This is definitely one of the best skincare products I've used before, it should be used as a daily cleanser on the face, rinsed off with warm water.
At night, some people also like to layer various types of skin care boosters, such as mists, essences, toners, beauty waters or hydrating serums.
These contain different active ingredients that hydrate and nourish skin.
Since these products are lightweight, almost water-like formulas, apply them after washing your face as you would a toner.
Eye creams can address issues like fine lines and wrinkles from sun damage and the reduction of collagen as you age.
Collagen helps maintain skin's elasticity, the skin around your eyes is thinner and more delicate than the rest of your face so facial moisturizers and eye creams are made to be lighter and less greasy than body moisturizers.
Many people start using eye cream in their 30s—when they start noticing the first subtle crease on the outer corner of their eyes—but even before you see a wrinkle, you can start as early as your 20s.
When it comes to skin, the earlier the better.
Night Creams and Moisturizers
Night moisturizers or night creams are thicker and heavier, then normal moisturizers.
These are designed to be absorbed over the course of several hours.
Moisturizer, particularly the heavier ones used at night, create a protective coating on the skin to prevent water evaporation while you sleep.
This is good because maintaining a high water content in the skin is key for healing and maintaining healthy skin.
Bathing before going to bed at night helps clean the products you applied to your hair during the day.
Wash your hair and enjoy a daily shower at night. Your hair will dry overnight and lower the need for heated styling tools in the morning that can damage your hair.
A tight ponytail at nighttime can also tear at your hair, so avoid having one. Apply a small amount of oil to the ends of your hair before you go to bed at night, the ends of your hair tend to be drier that your roots, so a little extra moisture before bed can keep them looking smooth and shiny.
Another piece of advice? Listen to your skin. Remember that you are unique and that nobody else has your skin.
No matter what experts say, it’s important to find what works for you and to always be kind to your skin.
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