Have you ever wondered how your skin could know if it’s daytime or nighttime? Are you feeling overwhelmed by all the skincare products out there? We constantly hear contradictory advice from magazines, celebs and influencers: Nighttime is for repairing, but the day is for protecting. But how does that work exactly?
Is there a difference between routines?
Let’s take things one step at a time, beginning with the answers: Yes, there is a great difference between nighttime and daytime skincare products! The simplest answer is that daytime skincare is focused on protecting the skin and pore-clogging agents like dirt and pollution, while the nighttime routine is for keeping the skin hydrated and addressed. The important part is that we understand the difference between the routines and product ingredients.
Starting with the morning routine, you should prepare your skin for everything that the day brings. That means protecting and nourishing the skin against all environmental factors as UV rays and pollution. The best way to do so is by cleansing, moisturizing and applying SPF. Cleansing will help you clean and prepare your skin for all of the graciousness and glow the following products will bring.
Your morning skincare routine is just as important as your nighttime one! After all, you’ve got to prepare your skin for the day ahead.
The best way to do this is with a combination of cleansing, moisturizing, and sunscreen products. Cleansers help remove dirt and impurities from the surface of your skin, while moisturizers provide hydration for a healthy glow. Finally, wearing an SPF-rated sunscreen helps shield against harmful UVA/UVB rays that can lead to premature aging or other skin damage over time. With these three steps in place, you’ll have everything you need for a perfect morning skincare routine!
After the whole day, having a nighttime skincare routine is essential for maintaining healthy and beautiful skin. As the morning routine should focus on preparing the skin for the day, a night routine should focus on nourishing the skin with hydrating and restorative products. This should always start with cleansing. The best way to do so is with FOREO’s LUNA 4.
After all the dirt, oil, and makeup residue are off the skin, it’s time for serums, masks, moisturizers, and eye creams that are specifically formulated for nighttime use. These products are used to replenish lost moisture and nutrients throughout the day. Additionally, they’ll provide anti-aging benefits, such as reducing fine lines and wrinkles by stimulating collagen production. Implementing these steps into your skincare routines will help keep your skin looking youthful and glowing all year round!
How do we decide which routine works best for you?
As mentioned, having a good skincare routine is essential for maintaining healthy and glowing skin. Still, with so many products available, it can be difficult to know which ones are best for your unique needs. Deciding what should go into your skincare routine depends on the time of day you’ll be using it, as well as the type of skin you have.
To conclude, during the daytime, you want to focus on protecting your skin from environmental aggressors like UV rays and pollution, while at night, you need to repair any damage that may have occurred during the day. And deciding on which products to use completely depends on the type of skin and her needs.
Oily skin types should look for lightweight moisturizers, while dry or sensitive skins should opt for hydrating creams or balms with calming ingredients like aloe vera or vitamin E. For those with combination skin, oil-free moisturizers are ideal as they won’t clog pores but still provide adequate moisture to areas where needed most. Additionally, all skin types should use sunscreen during their daytime routines!
This was very informative, thank you for sharing! I will have to readjust my routines with products better suited for that time of day <3
Hi Debora, I am so happy this helped! Feel free to share your skincare tips and tricks with me as well 🙂
Great post! I prefer to keep my morning routine simple and quick, but I enjoy my nighttime routine and use several skincare products.
Hi Tuva, for sure! It is always best to do according to your skin’s needs 🙂