Why Should I Use a Night Cream?

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If you already moisturize, have a cleanser you love,  and take care to use natural cosmetics, you might be unsure about adding a night cream into the mix as well. It can seem like “just one more thing,” but in reality, it’s one of the most crucial aspects of any skin care routine.

As you sleep, your body rejuvenates itself in many ways. Giving your skin what it needs to revitalize itself overnight is essential; that’s where night creams come in. These products are specially formulated to help your skin look its very best! A few of the most important benefits are outlined below.

Soothes Facial Irritation

Just like body irritation, including rashes and hives, often go away after a restorative night of sleep, facial irritation can be soothed overnight too. Night creams, especially those that contain oatmeal, are great at soothing sensitive facial skin and making it glow come morning.

Boosts Collagen Production

Collagen gives skin the firmness and plumpness that is associated with youth. Many night creams are engineered to encourage collagen production, ultimately helping your skin look decades younger without requiring you to do so much as lift a finger. If this is a specific concern for you, make sure you ask a dermatologist to recommend a night cream that has been proven to bolster collagen.

Blood Circulation

Proper blood circulation to encourage oxygen distribution and remove toxins is important if you want the skin on your face to look bright and dewy. Otherwise, you run the risk of looking wan and dull, which is not a good look for anyone. While night creams themselves are often designed to boost blood circulation, the act of rubbing your night cream on your face can also increase circulation to the facial region.

Keeps You Hydrated

Hydration is key to great skin. If you don’t properly hydrate your skin, it will eventually start to crack and flake. Night creams moisturize skin overnight, allowing you to wake up with a fresh, youthful glow every day.

If you aren’t sure which night cream is right for you, talk to a dermatologist who can help you pick something that suits your needs perfectly. It’s also worth noting that you might want to change your night cream periodically. You may not, for instance, have the same skin concerns at age 30 that you do at age 70.

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