A morning skincare routine is a must. It prepares your skin for the day and the external factors that might damage your skin. But, many neglect the importance of nighttime routine. During the night, the skin will repair itself. So, you will need to implement the proper routine that will let your skin do this process. Find out how to do it!
Understand Your Skin Type
When it comes to skincare, you won’t find one-size-fits-all products. Everyone should pick according to their skin type. Some have very dry flaky skin, but some have combination skin with oily patches. It is very important that you find the products that are suitable for your specific skin type. For oily skin, you should use products that don’t contain oils, such as the DermaCell Collagen Cream.
Wash Your Face
Cleaning your face from the dirt and oil that have gathered through the day is a must. Use lukewarm water to remove the residues, and clean your pores. This will remove the sweat, sebum, and makeup leftovers that otherwise will clog your pores. Use mild product for this purpose, and make sure that you avoid ones with artificial fragrances.
Apply Eye Cream After Moisturizer
After you use a face moisturizer, apply some eye cream. It will target the problematic area, where your skin is thin and needs additional moisture. This way, you will prevent the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
Get Plenty of Sleep
This step does not include buying any products at all. It puts the accent on the importance of your beauty sleep. A good night sleep will do wonders for your skin. If you don’t take proper rest, even the most effective beauty products won’t do the job as you would like to.
Always make sure that you spend a couple of minutes before going to bed so that you will wake up with healthy skin in the morning.
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Chloe Glynne is a skin care consultant with 12 years of personal experience in the industry. She is recognized for her skin care advice in the treatment of skin disorders such as acne and rosacea, unwanted wrinkles, fine lines, puffy eyes, damaged skin, with emphasis on anti-aging.