As most of us know already, it’s bad for your skin to go to bed without cleaning your face. But what a lot of us don’t necessarily know is what we should do for an evening time skincare routine.
New skin cells develop faster as you sleep, this means that having a great night time facial routine should be super important to you. During the night, your body’s goal is to fix any damage from the day. Although as you sleep you’re repairing damage, you also lose more moisture from your body, so be sure to hydrate well before bed.
The following are a few tips to help improve your skin routine. But make sure to talk to your doctor before making any big changes in your skin care.
REMOVING ALL MAKEUP AND DIRT FROM THE DAY
Although most of us wash our faces at the end of the day, quite a few of us don’t clean it well enough. Because of this, you should look into using a cleansing brush with your face wash, to really get rid of any dirt and excess oil. While using a brush will help, make sure to not overdo it and be harsh on your skin. If you do start to see any changes, use a brush less or stop using one all together.
If you have more sensitive skin then you should use products that don’t have a scent and that are hypoallergenic. And be sure that any products you use don’t clog your pores.
USE A CALMING FACE MASK – IT HELPS THE OTHER PRODUCTS ASWELL
There are many different kinds of face masks that are good for lots of different things on the market. Although masks do help, they aren’t really necessary if you have a good routine in place. But, they are good at opening up your pores so that the rest of your products will sink into your skin.
CREAMS HELP YOU… A LOT
After you have thoroughly cleaned your face, apply a small amount of cream product on your face. Make sure to keep them out of your eyes, mouth, and nose. These will help to brighten and repair your skin.
Try using an over-the-counter retinoid product like Retinol. While this is good for your skin, retinoids tend to dry out your skin, so if you do use these be sure to use a lot of moisturizer.
USE A LOT OF MOISTURIZER, NOT ONLY ON YOUR FACE.
A huge difference in nearly all daytime and nighttime routines are their moisturizers. During the day, you will normally use a lighter moisturizer, while at night you should use a heavier, thicker moisturizer. While they may seem weird and off-putting, they give you super soft skin.
When you pick out a moisturizer look for vitamins C and A to help repair your skin from the damage it gets during the day. These products are pure and simple, but will greatly help you and your skin.
KINDLY APPLY EYE CREAM AFTER FACIAL CREAM
Adding eye cream to your nighttime routine is an easy way to help keep you looking young and healthy. There are eye creams that are made with caffeine which helps to lessen puffiness, and also made with niacinamide, which gives more moisture, prevents your skin from drying out and helps to avoid wrinkles.
About the Author: Thai Morrison, superstar esthetician and founder of her very own day spa & skin care collection, understands that ideal skin is seldom attained with a “universal approach.” Thai’s 20 years as a luminary esthetician and as one Dallas’s favorite skin care professionals, has generated a “real life” answer — products & services that are geared towards each of the different, individual skin types so you get precisely what is needed to look and feel your best.
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