Day And Night Skincare Routine

Day and Night Skincare Routine for Your Skin

Regular skincare routine is the fundamental part of healthy skin. Daily skincare regimen eliminates all impurities from our skin, soothes it, and provides nourishment and hydration. In order to get the best out of all those skincare products you own, you need to follow perfect day and night skincare routine. In this article, we’re going to discuss how your skincare routine should look like in the morning and before bedtime. Let’s start.

Morning/Day

Your morning skincare routine starts when you’re in the shower. Use the moments you spend in the shower by steaming your face. How to do that? It’s easy – hold a steamy washcloth on your face to let the steam penetrate deep into your pores. This doesn’t have to take long, 1 – 2 minutes is enough. Once you’re out of the shower, you can move on to the second part of your skincare regimen. Below, you can see list of products you should use.

Cleanser
Skincare routine should never start without a cleanser. The primary purpose of cleansing is to eliminate impurities that water can’t discard on its own. After all, skin is constantly exposed to environmental influences and various particles from the air, sebum, and dirt can build up in your pores.

If you don’t use a cleanser on daily basis, your pores can clog, lead to infections and acne breakouts. Clean skin is crucial for healthy and radiant skin. When it comes to cleansers, you should opt for gentle products that will remove all impurities but without causing irritations.

It’s important to buy a cleanser that is made for your skin type. For example, Rejuvoderm clarifying cleanser is formulated to address problems associated with oily and acne-prone skin. If you have sensitive or dry skin that is prone to irritations, you should opt for products made of completely natural ingredients.

Applying cleanser is as equally important as choosing the correct product. Apply the cleanser with your fingertips on your face and neck. While applying, massage the skin of neck and face in circular motions. This will improve blood flow and make it easier for your skin to get healthy nutrients and oxygen.

Then, rinse thoroughly with cool water and pat dry your skin.

Toner

Toner

Most people underestimate the power of a quality toner. The purpose of this product is removing tiny traces of impurities that cleanser didn’t eliminate. Also, toners restore pH balance to your skin and prepare it for moisturizing.

Ideally, you should go for toners that don’t contain alcohol which could significantly dry out your skin. Example of an effective toner is Maxatone clarifying toner which removes skin-dulling impurities without harsh or drying ingredients.

To apply toner properly, dab the product onto a cotton pad and apply it on your face and neck. When you’re done with applying toner, there’s no need to rinse it off or dry the skin with towel. You’re ready to move on to the next step.

Moisturizer
Just as your skincare routine can’t start without a cleanser, it can’t end without a moisturizer. Regardless of your skin type, you need moisturizer to keep your skin hydrated, nourished and smooth. Yes, even if you have oily skin you should still use a moisturizer.

To get the maximum of your moisturizer, you have to buy the product that is suitable for your skin type. If you have dry skin, you should go for oil-based product. On the other hand, if you have oily skin, then you should opt for water-based moisturizer.

Also, it’s important to use body moisturizer for your body, and face moisturizer for your face and neck. You should never use one product for everything.

Since you’re preparing to go to work or run some errands in the morning, you also have to apply sunscreen to protect your skin from sun’s harmful UV rays. To save some time, you can buy a product that offers sun protection and moisturizing benefits such as Dermaxsol moisturizing sunscreen.

When applying moisturizing on your face and neck, you should pay more attention to areas around your eyes and mouth. These areas are particularly delicate and tend to dry out faster than other areas of your skin.

Makeup

Makeup

Day makeup should be natural and light. After all, you don’t want to look like you just stepped out of a club when you go to work. Ideally, you should go for foundations that are non-comedogenic, meaning they don’t clog your pores. Also, buying BB creams is a great idea as well.

If your face is oily, you should choose powdered foundations. If your skin is dry, then liquid foundations are a better option. Remember, you should apply makeup products in moderation. In the morning, all you need is mascara, foundation, and gentle lipstick/lip balm/lip gloss.

Breakfast
Believe it or not, even your breakfast belongs to skincare routine. Everything you eat has either positive or negative impact on your skin as well. You should start your day with delicious and super healthy berries. They are rich in Vitamins C and E which are great antioxidants. Browse online and find out other skin-healthy foods you can include into your breakfast as a cherry on top of your skincare routine.

Night

Bedtime skincare routine is extremely important. If not done correctly, it can impact the way you look in the morning. For example, if you don’t remove your makeup entirely, your pores can be clogged and if this “practice” of not removing makeup entirely (or at all) continues, you might experience acne breakouts and notice skin’s appearance became dull.

Great advantage of night routine is its relaxing effect. While you’re taking care of your skin you are able to take your mind off your problems at work and concentrate on steps you’re making and about to make. Below, you can see how your night routine should look like.

Cleanser

Cleanser

Start of the night routine is similar to the morning routine. Cleanser is your go-to product. Cleansing before bedtime is highly important; it’s the process where you remove all impurities that got into your skin during the day.

Remove Makeup
Most women assume if they use cleanser, they don’t have to use makeup remover. But, this is wrong. Cleanser alone doesn’t remove your makeup entirely, particularly mascara. If you don’t have makeup remover, you can use olive oil or coconut oil to remove makeup. Smooth the oil across your eyelids and eyelashes and use cotton pad to wipe your makeup off.

Toner
After you’ve cleansed your face and removed makeup, it’s time for toner to remove tiniest traces of impurities while restoring pH balance at the same time.

Furthermore, this step can be switched for exfoliation two to three times per week. Exfoliation removes dead skin cells and makes your skin brighter. Since you shouldn’t apply makeup after exfoliating, you should do it at night. Therefore, when it’s time to exfoliate, instead of toner you should use your exfoliant.

Remember, you should never exfoliate more than three times a week in order to prevent your skin from drying out.

Serum
Serums are ideal for spot treatments and getting desired results when it comes to combating some particular skin problem. For example, serums can help you brighten up your complexion, combat hyperpigmentation etc. Serums are versatile and you can get it for absolutely everything you need. From acne to repair.

To lighten up hyperpigmented areas and reduce signs of aging, you can opt for serums such as Ace-ferulic photo-aging defense serum that is packed with Vitamins which protect and soothe your skin.

If you haven’t used serums before, besides their versatile nature you should also bear in mind they are extremely easy to use. All you have to do is to apply a small amount of serum onto palms of your hands and spread it evenly on your face and neck. There’s no need to rinse it off.

Eye Cream
Skin around your eyes is more delicate than skin on the surrounding area. It’s because there are no sebaceous glands in this particular area which is why the first signs of aging usually appear in form of crow’s feet or fine lines under your eyes.

That’s why eye cream is an essential part of your night routine. These creams are specially made to address needs of delicate skin around your eyes. For example, you can use Eyevage eye rejuvenation treatment to improve blood flow in under-eye area, eliminate bags under your eyes, lighten dark circles, and make those fine lines less noticeable.

Night cream
As mentioned above, skincare routine should never end without a moisturizer. At the end of the day, after you have cleansed, removed makeup, toned your skin etc. before you go to bed you should apply a rich night cream.

Night creams work while you sleep. They boost collagen production, improve elasticity, and nourish your skin. Suvoderm night cream from Solvaderm fits perfectly into category of best night creams. It addresses various signs of aging, improves skin recovery and it’s packed with abundance of Vitamins and nourishing ingredients.

Conclusion

Skincare Routine

In order to get the maximum out of your skincare products, you need to establish a regular day and night skincare routine and use them in correct order. This article showed you how your morning and night routines should look like. All you have to do is to start practicing these routines regularly and you’ll notice big changes in the quality and texture of your skin.

References

  • http://www.sheknows.com/beauty-and-style/articles/8457/skin-care-tips-what-to-do-every-morning-and-night-1
  • http://www.healthcentral.com/skin-care/cf/slideshows/10-tips-for-a-great-nighttime-skin-routine#slide=6
  • http://www.ioninsider.com/2014/10/15/everyday-skincare-routine-the-correct-steps-night/
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