Nighttime skincare routine

Nighttime skincare routine

After a long tiring and sunny day, it is good to pamper your skin a little. As we all know that the skin regenerates naturally at night, your night-time skincare routine should be all about helping it in the process. You cannot keep your skin youthful forever, but you can try to maintain it during the time that it is at its best. We will describe the right order to apply products at night.

Step one: Makeup remover

Sleeping in your makeup after a long day may seem tempting, but it will cause serious harm to your skin and cause the inflammation associated with acne. Choose a gentle makeup remover or wipes, but they should not substitute the practice of face washing.

Step two: Cleanser

The makeup removal wipes or cleanser do not clean your face entirely. Use a water-based gentle cleanser, which can remove all the free radicals you were exposed during the day. Apply the cleanser on your face after working it into a foam. Leave it on for 2 minutes as a mask. Wash with cold water and pat your face dry with a towel.

Step three: Toner

If you’re using a toner, apply it the same way as you apply in the morning. Toners balance the pH level of your skin, helps shrink your pores, and hydrates your skin. Press the toner in your skin with the help of a cotton pad. Avoid rubbing as it will irritate your skin.

Step four: Serum

Once your toner is absorbed, use prescribed treatments and serums to help your skin concerns. If you are specified topical application of medicines applies those after the toner. Or use serums for spot treatment or hydrating your skin. Apply the medication as directed by your dermatologist. For serums, press the serums in your skin.

Step five: Eye cream

The skin around your eyes may appear to be dull due to dryness. The area near your skin is extra sensitive. Eye cream hydrates the skin around the eyes and provides a more targeted treatment. Apply a thin layer around your eyes.

Step six: Moisturizer

The night creams or night moisturizers are usually thicker than the day cream because they form a protector layer and helps most of the moisture to lock in your skin when at night it is performing the repairing function. By applying a thick moisturizer, you are helping your skin to hydrate rebuilt its protective layer.

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