My Nightly Skincare Routine

I’ve shared with you all my Morning Routine so now is the time to share with you all what I do at night. It does differ from my morning routine as it is much longer and I do more. This is partly because I have more time and also because I feel like my face is dirtier at night.

 

 

One the days that I am wearing makeup I use a Oil Cleanser or the elf hydrating gel melt cleanser. These cleansers are the best I have found to removed my makeup from primed eye shadow and foundation to waterproof mascara. I also exfoliate ever other day. I do this two ways, the first is with a standard exfoliating cleanser. The second way is to first use a gentle cleanser, then using an exfoliating mask.

 

 

Usually a Mud mask or a peel mask like Doll Face Peel Away Perfecting mask. These masks help take away any dead skin and draws any dirt out of my pores.

 

 

After the masks, I use a toner. This helps my PH balance on my face. I love both of the toners in the picture above.

 

 

After the toners I use my Cerassol Ampoule and my Earth Vibes vitamin C Serum. This hydrates my skin while helping with any lines, wrinkles, and damage to my skin

 

 

I also use a Hydrating mask on the days that I exfoliate. This is mostly because I have sensitive skin and I just want to make sure that my skin doesn’t dry out.

 

 

Once I am done I moisturize with a night cream and a eye cream.

 

 

I use other skincare products too throughout my nighttime routine, like acne spot patches and acne cream, because Aunt Erma waits for no one. I also use eye masks, like masks, and sheet masks when I have extra time as well. I don’t do this anytime only when the circumstances call for it.

 

What do you do for your nighttime routine.

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This is Kimberly, She is from Southern California, but has recently moved to Idaho. She has a moody cat named Mordechai, A Rambunctious Dog named Tesla, a crazy cat named Cheeto and a new puppy named Auri. She writes about everything and anything

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