My Nightly Face Schedule

My nights are way different than my mornings. I often feel like the consistency of my mornings makeup, if not just totally press restart, for my unpredictable nights. I try my best to follow through, but often I am too tired to do my routine, let alone remember it. For all my early nights though, I love the luxury of being in the quiet bathroom washing away the day and preparing for a peaceful night of sleep.

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Skin Type: Oily/Combination

Sensitive Skin? Yes. Lots of products give me rashes, so I have to be careful about what I put on or near my face.

Prone to acne? Not unless I sleep in my makeup or don’t shower right away following a sweaty workout.

If I am wearing eye make-up, I take it off using a reusable cotton pad and Arbonne’s Eye Makeup Remover.  I have a black towel to dry my face off with following  so I don’t stain any of my good ones.

I wet my face and neck, and then wash it with Arbonne’s FC5 Purifying Cleanser + Toner.    I wet a washcloth with warm water and wipe my face clean.

I follow this with  Arbonne’s Intelligence Nightly Resurfacing Pads. I gently sweep one pad over my clean, dry skin, in upward and outward motions. I usually do this to my neck and the tops of my hands as well. It is almost crazy how much dirt this step gets out of my skin, despite already having washed my skin thoroughly. You don’t realize how much smog NYC really has, until you take it right off of you.

I use Arbonne’s Hydrating Eye Creme for around my eyes. I apply it using only my 4th fingers since the skin around the eyes is so thin and sensitive. I swipe it not only underneath my eyes, but also on my brows, brow bone, and eyelids.

I finish my face off with Arbonne’s Moisturizing Night Creme. I massage this liberally on my skin using circular motions. The creme keeps my skin hydrated all night, but does not leave a weird residue on my pillow.

I am an Arbonne Independent Consultant, but all opinions and thoughts are my own.

 

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