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Hi beauties, did you read my previous blog post where I share with you my Morning Beauty Routine? Today I'm going to talk with you about a night beauty routine, because it is just as important as well-balanced morning skin care.
After a long day of wearing makeup, the first thing I like to do is take of my makeup. For regular makeup, I love using Avon Nutra Effects Micellar Water, it is very mild, has no smell and perfectly removes regular foundation and mascara. One of my favorite oil free products, that removes makeup is Balea Eye Makeup Remover and you can read my full review on this remover here. On days, when I apply waterproof makeup, I remove it with the help of Pure Apricot Oil, it gently removes waterproof mascara and eye pencils and cares about the skin.
The next step in my bedtime beauty routine is shower. There is nothing better, than a warm shower with essential oils after a long day of blogging. I like to apply essential lavender, sandal or eucalyptus oil directly on my skin and allow the heat of the water to release the aromatic vapors. Such a simple home spa helps me to relax and forget about the stressful day. In the shower, I clean my face once again with Balea Refreshing Cleansing Gel and a soft 100% Pure Konjac Angel Cloth.
After the shower and peeling procedures, I like to apply body lotion Hidramais Shea Butter and for my face, I use Super Aqua Cell Renew Snail Cream by Missha or Stemology Cell Renew Overnight Moisturizer. Both of this creams deeply hydrate my dry skin and doesn't live an awful oily residue. To help the moisturizer absorb faster and deeper into my skin, I love using Pore Smasher by Banish and this is my favorite part of the bedtime beauty routine, I can massage my face with this roller a very long time, because it is so soothing and relaxing!
Time to time I use facial masks to deeply cleanse or moisturize my skin, but most of the time I forget about this crucial step. My all time favorite skin moisturizing is a DIY Avocado mask, you can check out my recipe here. Next step is Laneige Lip Sleeping Mask (review here), because it is the only thing that helps me to moisturize my dry lips. I like to apply a thin layer of the mask right before I go to sleep.
After all these steps, I love watching and reading something nice, kiss my husband and go to bed. This bedtime beauty routine sounds more exhausting than a whole day of instant work, but it helps to keep my skin in decent condition.
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Lots of love,