Beauty, like any other thing, requires a conscious effort to tend it towards perfection. For you to have the perfect skin, you need to work towards it. Just the same way we are responsible for the quality of our health because of the things we eat, we are also responsible for the quality of our skin. Hence, whatever we do or fail to do goes a long way. Ready to revamp your skin and overall beauty? Here are night-time routines to get you going:
- Remove all your makeup
This cannot be emphasized enough. Every single night you sleep with your makeup on, your pores get further clogged. This is what eventually causes skin issues like acne, wrinkles, eye infection, and other breakouts. Use a face wipe or cleanser to remove your makeup every night and wash your face if you are not too tired.
- Use a Face Toner
Cleansing your face is great, but you can take it up a notch by investing in a good toner. Toners are especially important for people with oily skins. A face toner removes oil and traces of dirt, cleanses your skin, brightens your skin, and ultimately gives you that natural glow.
Beauty is an all-round phenomenon. Exercise is great for nourishing your skin cells, flushing your pores, spreading oxygen and nutrients to your skin cells, reducing the impact of stress on your skin, and so much more. Consistent exercising also aids the production of your skin’s natural oils and enhances your complexion. A little bit of cardio every night wouldn’t hurt at all. Extra tip: Drink lots of water.
- Use Night Cream
Moisturizing is very important. Since we are usually busy with activities, moisturizing during the day might not be as effective. This is why you should take advantage of night-time. Take out time to cream your face and your body every night and you would reach your skin goals two times faster.
- Get 8 hours of sleep
We don’t talk about beauty sleep for nothing. Sleeping is its own beauty regimen and should not be toyed with at all. Seek to maximize your sleeping time as much as you can so you can wake up stronger and well-nourished. To optimize your sleep, ensure you are entirely comfortable. Pin your hair back, use good pillows, ensure the room is properly conditioned, and ease into bed. Sleep for at least 8 hours for best results.
BY: LAWRETTA EGBA