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    Beauty Rest 101


    Here’s the down-low on beauty sleep – we ALL need it. Getting those zzz’s is the most important thing for great looking skin, but it’s also essential to have a personalized nighttime skincare regime. Here’s what I recommend:



    1. Start with a gentle cleansing product. I truly believe that we should always be as gentle as possible with our skin so we don’t strip it of natural oils. If I am wearing makeup, I start with a makeup removing towelette, then wash with a cream cleanser to remove any excess residue.
    2. After cleansing, I pat my face dry with a clean towel (pro tip: always dab your face dry to prevent irritation and dryness) and lather on a beauty oil. Beauty oils are a lost art and hold so many nutrients that our skin need - especially at night when the human body does most of its cellar regeneration.
    3. My eyes are the last (but definitely not least!) area of my skin that I focus on. To me, the under eyes are the most important part of my nighttime routine, so I like to spend a little extra time on them. I apply an eye cream underneath my eyes to help brighten and reduce any dark circles while I sleep.



    Currently coveting:


    1. Garnier The Soothing Remover Cleansing Towelettes (Sensitive Skin, 25 Count for $6.79)
    2. Vichy Purete Thermale 3-in-1 One Step Cleanser (6.76 oz for $20)
    3. Lumene Complete Rewind Intensive Recovery Beauty Oil (1 oz for $29.99) OR Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel (1.7 oz for $19.99) *I alternate between beauty oil and gel moisturizer depending on how dry my skin feels
    4. Vichy Idealia Eye Cream (.5 oz for $31)

    These articles are not a substitute for medical advice, and are not intended to treat or cure any disease. Advances in medicine may cause this information to become outdated, invalid, or subject to debate. Professional opinions and interpretations of scientific literature may vary. Consult your healthcare professional before making changes to your diet, exercise, or medication regime.