Every now and then I’ll share a post on Facebook about skincare routines or new products and inevitably I’m asked about my own skincare routine. While it does change occasionally, I figured I’d let you know what I’m using at the moment! Here’s my current nighttime beauty routine.
My Current Nighttime Beauty Routine
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Step 1. Garnier Micellar Water to Remove Eye Makeup
I hold a cotton pad on my eyelids for a few seconds and swipe off ever last trace of mascara. If I’m not wearing any makeup, I might skip this step!
Step 2. Tatcha Pure One Step Camellia Cleansing Oil Tatcha OR The Rice Polish Classic
I use a pump of two of oil and rub into my face before rinsing with water. Once a week I’ll use in the rice polish in place of the oil cleanser. I pour a small amount of the powder in my hand and then add some water to make a lather. Wash and rinse!
Step 3. Garnier Micellar Water
I don’t know if this is necessary (and hopefully not working against the oil cleanser!) but I’ll usually give my face and neck another swipe of Micellar water with a cotton pad.
Step 4. Pixi Glow Tonic
Recently Pixi has started sending me products frequently and I’m really liking all the things I’ve tried. I’ve been using this for a month or so now and really love it! I do a quick swipe over my face after cleansing and I’ve noticed my complexion is less red and seems more even.
Step 5. Laneige Lip Sleeping Mask
There was a sample of this in a subscription box I received and I’m really enjoying it. I’ve been trying to apply this every night before bed. It’s helping me wake up to softer, smoother lips!
Step 6. Any extras
Most nights my routine ends there, other nights I might use an overnight mask or peel (lately it’s been Garnier SkinActive Clearly Brighter Overnight Leave-on Peel). Sometimes (no real rhyme or reason), I might apply a moisturizer or neck cream like No7 Lift & Luminate Triple Action Night Cream.
That’s it! Now you tell me, what products are part of your nighttime skincare routine?