Waking up feeling and looking great isn’t about dreaming it. It’s about taking action before you go to bed to wake up with the best results possible. In this article, you’ll learn few of the best nighttime beauty regimen tips to help you wake up to a ravishing look. Make the most out of your nightly beauty routine tonight! 

  • Make sure you remove your makeup

By not removing your day’s makeup before you go to bed, you’re clogging your pores and allowing your face to react to excess bacteria on your face. This can cause breakouts and blotchy skin over time, including acne. You will then feel as if you have to use more makeup to cover this when it’s really the cleanup part you’re forgetting. Spending an extra five minutes to take off your makeup is so worth it in the long run.

  • You must change your pillowcases often

Much like a phone, pillowcases harbor bacteria. Since you sleep every night after a long day, your pillowcase is actually more prone to bacteria than your phone is. When you sleep at night, everything from your skin is deposited onto the pillowcase. When you’re unable to change this often, you’ll see irritation and break outs on certain sides of your face. Oil, face mites, and grime from the previous day are always on your pillowcases so it’s important to switch them out for a healthy glow.

  • Use moisturizer

Many use a rotary brush of some kind to clean their face and then to apply moisturizer. By moisturizing your face, your cells can stay hydrated and bring you a soft glow throughout the day. Before going to bed, our pores open up and are vulnerable to products on them. This is why it’s important to moisturize before going to bed so that our skin can get the full effect of the product. Any moisturizer used should be something that isn’t heavy and cakey, and is something that is noncomedogenic.

  • Buy a humidifier

When you place humidity back into your room at night, you’re able to keep your face moist throughout the night, disabling your face from becoming dry into the morning hours. This is a great way to keep your skin looking fresh through the winter months, as we aren’t receiving the humidity summer usually gives us.

  • Sleep, sleep, sleep

Last but not the least, it’s important to mention that any nightly regimen should include a full night’s rest. When you’re able to sleep properly, your body works to undo the previous day’s damage. When you don’t get the rest you need, you look tired, and your skin is greatly affected. This is mostly due to hormone levels spiking because your body isn’t functioning on the hours of sleep it needs.

In conclusion

In order to get the most out of your nightly routine, getting sleep and moisturizing is key. There are many ways to get moisture to your skin and combining all of them can leave a lasting effect that will make you glow for weeks!