My nighttime skin routine

I hope you all are having a great Monday! Today I’ll be sharing my nightly skin routine. About a year ago I began to pay more attention to skincare and found a few products that have worked well with my skin type. I always knew that at least washing my face daily was important but as I’ve grown older I’ve realized that protecting my skin and utilizing anti-aging products are a necessity. Here’s a breakdown of everything I currently use: 

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To remove my makeup I use Simple wipes. I have sensitive skin and these wipes always do the trick without causing any irritation! For a toner I use Thayers Witch Hazel. I never even knew toners existed until I came across this one awhile back and I don’t think I’ll ever go without using it again. Toners pretty much just give you another step of cleansing and are good for people prone to breaking out. I use this with a cotton pad and even after using makeup wipes there will still be some makeup on the pad! This toner is also very affordable–only $9.99–and lasts a long time.

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After my face is clean I apply Sunday Riley Sleeping Luna Night Oil. This retinal oil is supposed to “work throughout the night to deliver more visibly youthful, luminous, even-toned skin in the morning.” Only a few drops are needed for your whole face.

Once the oil has soaked in my skin I’ll then apply Sunday Riley Good Genes, a clarifying, line smoothing lactic acid treatment. This stuff is the real deal when it comes to reducing any fine lines or wrinkles and is clinically tested to do so within three minutes of applying it! Between the combination of this and the night oil I always wake up with soft and plump skin.

I got these products in a bundle together that included a moisturizer and a cleanser. I was unable to find it online but I got it from Sephora for under $70 (if I remember correctly). The product sizes are smaller than what you would get when buying them on their own and the bundle was overall a lot cheaper. Sephora also provides samples if you’re interested in trying any of these out!



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