Your skin is different when you wake compared to when you go to bed. When you go to bed your skin has been to all the things the day has to throw at you. From air pollution and sweating on public transport to drying office air conditioning, your skin will most likely be as tired as you feel by the end of the day.
In the mornings, your skin has had time to rest too so is in a completely different state to the night before.
What should your night-time skincare routine consist of?
Your pre-bedtime skincare routine should focus on deep cleansing to rid your pores of all the day’s grime that’s built up on your face.
If you wear makeup then it’s essential to remove all of it before you go to sleep. Our pH balancing cleanser is a gentle cleanser that cleans, exfoliates and primes the skin ready for treatments.
Make the most of anti-ageing creams
Using anti-ageing treatments at night is also a perfect way to make the most of the product’s active properties as the skin does a lot of its healing and rejuvenation whilst you sleep. If ageing skin is a key focus then you’ll probably want to pay some TLC to the skin around your eyes. Our range of eye solutions target fine lines and crow’s feet, dark circles and puffy bags. Perfect pre-bedtime treats for your eyes.
Moisturisers, as always
Skin hydration is essential for great derma health, and bedtime is good time to make the most of skin cream’s moisturising. Our moisturising face creams are soft and refreshing, leaving your skin wonderfully re-hydrated.
Now that you know what you should be doing you can start incorporating a great night skincare routine before you hit the sack tonight.