Let's say you run out of makeup remover (or don't sleep at home) but you have a full smokey eyes or bright red lipstick. Most of you may be tempted to sleep with your makeup on, but believe me, you should not! This will damage your skin and eyelashes (and your pillow case) which doesn't sound very nice...
Solution? Grab some olive oil (or coconut oil), rub it gently where you want to remove the makeup (don't open your eyes though...). The oil will dissolve the makeup. Take a cotton pad or a gentle tissue to remove everything. Repeat until you have no makeup left AND YOU ARE DONE! Yes dear.
Your lips/eyes/face will be moisturized for the night.
If you still feel uncomfortable with the residue of oil, wash you face with water or apply some rose water on a cotton pad to refresh your skin.
Have a great weekend! :)
If my day-time routine is quite simple, it get more sophisticated in the evening (although in the summer I also simplify). I really wanted to share my current night routine because I am really enjoying these products and I feel my skin has been doing great on it.
I think it is very important to take care of your skin before going to bed because it is actually during your sleep that you skin regenerates and heals. If you are dealing with any particular issue, it is then important to target it in your night routine.
I explained in one of my very first posts the process of tanning but here's a quick reminder. Melanin is the pigment responsible for our skin color and the more melanin you have the darker your skin will be. When you expose your skin to the sun rays, your body will produce more melanin to protect it from burning. However, the sun rays contains two types of ultraviolet rays that are dangerous :
Since the BB creams reached the market, there has been some kind of craze about the product. Now there are so many different type of complexion products on the market, it has become a bit confusing to understand what they are meant for. Although some formulas are very similar with some shared benefits, each targets very specific needs. This post will help you understand the main differences and find the product that suits you the best.