In the morning, you wash your face to get rid of oil, dirt and other impurities. At night, you clean your face because it is the right time to do so. Your skin regeneration process is at its peak during the hours of darkness, and that’s when your skin repairs its damage from UV rays, pollution and stress. With a few simple habits, you can make sure that your skin gets all the love it needs. In the evening, while getting ready for bed, take a few minutes to make sure that every inch of your face is clean from dirt and oil. Cleaning your face before sleeping helps keep pores clear and reduces blackheads for glowing skin in the morning.
Change up your cleanser game
The average woman has 30 cleansers in her beauty collection and uses only two of them regularly. It’s high time you change up your cleanser game and use a cleanser that’s perfect for your skin type. Most cleansers are made with synthetic fragrances and chemical ingredients. These harsh cleansers can dehydrate and irritate your skin, leaving it dry and flaky. There are a variety of cleansers available in the market. You can choose from foaming cleansers, gel cleansers, creamy cleansers, cleansers for dry or oily skin and Vitamin E cleansers for sensitive skin. Choose a cleanser that’s non-comedogenic and hypoallergenic to avoid breakouts. Go for a cleanser that suits your skin type, and you’re good to go!
Remove your makeup before bed
Make it a habit to remove your makeup before you climb into bed. If you are anything like most women, you probably sleep in your makeup sometimes. And that’s not good for your skin! If you wear makeup, you should clean it off before hitting the sheets. This is crucial if you have sensitive skin that is prone to acne. If you wear makeup, your pillow case will collect it, and that could lead to breakouts or bacterial infections. Your pillow will also retain dirt and oil from your face, which can clog your pores. Before you go to bed, wash your face with a gentle cleanser or makeup remover. Pat your face dry and apply a hydrating face moisturizer or night cream to keep your skin hydrated and nourished.
Exfoliate and massage your face
Exfoliating and massaging your face before bed can help prevent and treat acne and blackheads. Exfoliating your face before bed will remove the dead skin cells and hydrate your face. Use a scrub with fine granules, preferably a natural scrub made with eucalyptus, rosemary and mint. Avoid scrubs with walnut and apricot shells as they are too harsh for your skin. Massaging your face has many health benefits like it helps in reducing stress, improves blood circulation, improves your sleep and reduces dark circles. It also helps in cleaning your pores and removing toxins, dirt and oil from your face. You can also use a scrub followed by a moisturizer as a part of your night time skincare regimen. Make sure not to scrub your face too hard and avoid scrubbing the delicate eye area.
Don’t forget to hydrate
Cleansing, toning and moisturizing at night is an important part of your skincare routine. But don’t forget to hydrate your face before you sleep. Your skin loses a lot of moisture while you sleep, so it’s important to use a night cream on your face before sleeping. The right night cream will hydrate your skin and keep it moisturized. It will also help your skin regenerate faster and recover from daily stress. Choose a night cream that suits your skin type. You can also use a night cream that contains Vitamin C to brighten your skin and Vitamin E to repair your skin and reduce wrinkles. We recommend blissani Naturals Vegan Anti-Aging Serums. They contain a variety of botanical extracts, retinol and hyaluronic acid to form the best natural wrinkle creams at an affordable price.
Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that is essential for maintaining healthy skin.
Vitamin E is one of the most powerful antioxidants that can help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and prevent damage to the skin from environmental factors like UV rays, pollution and smoke. This powerful combination helps to improve the appearance of your skin, protect it from harmful damage and keep your skin hydrated and healthy.
TIP: Use a gentle cleanser with soft bristles
We’ve already discussed the importance of cleaning your face before bed and how you should use a cleanser that suits your skin type. But, did you know that the kind of brush you use can also affect your skin? Choose a soft and sensitive cleanser with soft bristles. Avoid using hard bristled brushes as they can be harsh on your skin and cause redness, irritation and breakouts. The bristles on your face cleanser should be soft enough to not irritate your skin. A soft-bristled brush will help to keep your pores unclogged, your skin clear and clean without causing any harm to it.
Cleaning your face before bed is an essential part of your skincare routine. It is the best time to clean your face as it will help your skin regenerate faster and recover from daily stress. It will also help in unclogging your pores, keeping your skin clear and clean without causing any harm to it. Now that you know the benefits of cleaning your face before bed, make sure that you follow these eight ways to clean your face at night. For a safe, effective natural cleanser with ingredients proven to reduce blemishes and improve skin tone try the blissani Naturals Vegan Anti-Acne Clear Face Wash - with Rosehip Oil. It combines the best botanical extracts and natural ingredients into a gentle foaming cleanser that works with a face cleansing brush or without.