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Day vs. Overnight Skincare

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Whether your 19 or 99, skincare is important for women of all ages. Not only does having healthy skin make you look better to the outside world, but it will also build your confidence. Developing a skincare regimen that really works for you, though, can be easier said than done.

Your morning skincare routine doesn’t need to play the same role as your bedtime regimen. As you read on, you’ll learn more about the primary goals that you should have with your skincare routine at each time of day.

Daytime Skincare Goals

  1. Protect yourself from the sun - As you get ready to start your day, one of your primary skincare goals should be protecting yourself from the sun’s potentially harmful rays. As a general rule, daytime skincare products, such as moisturizers and foundations, should be SPF 30.

  2. Cleanse your skin of impurities - Clean skin is the best base for makeup, so it’s important to use a cleanser when you wake up. This will give you a blank canvas for the day ahead. It will also get rid of any bad bacteria or dirt that would otherwise get trapped.

  3. Mask imperfections - Generally, before people leave the house in the morning, they want to make sure they’ve masked any facial imperfections, such as dark spots and other blemishes.

Nighttime Skincare Goals

  1. Moisturize - Although it is important to keep your skin hydrated and moisturized during the day, it’s even more essential to use a high-quality moisturizer at night. As you sleep, well-hydrated skin will start looking youthful and dewy, whereas dry or oily skin is likely to look dull every morning.

  2. Address specific skin problems - If you are dealing with particular facial skin issues, such as dark spots or flaky patches, you should address them during your nighttime skincare routine. There are numerous products that are designed to diminish skin problems of all kinds; just schedule an appointment with a dermatologist if you need recommendations about what is right for you.

  3. Improve elasticity - Nighttime is a great time to boost the amount of collagen in your skin, making for a more youthful looking. Many night creams have high concentrations of collagen, which the body naturally produces less of as it ages.

Although your morning and evening skincare routines should have different aims, it’s important to remember that there are some products, such as Colbert MD’s Illumino Anti-Aging Brightening Mask that can be used both day or night to make facial skin look dewy and beautiful!


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