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Sequential 7 step skin care she needs to apply every night before going to bed

Updated on June 24, 2016

Night is the time to relax NGI, when you sink into sleep, it's time once skin cells in a resting state. Not affected by heat or smoke, dust and buildup layers of cosmetics, this is also about the most ideal time for you to take steps for their skin care. The process of nighttime skin care is not only necessary but also skin absorbs a maximum nutrients, than other times of the day. So do not ever forget their skin every evening before going to bed you offline.
Step 1: Clean the surface with oil remover
Both a long day with all the dirt and buildup on the skin cosmetics, up to you always need to clean the skin with makeup remover oil to dry pores. If only normal washing with water, then all will not be cleaned completely, so do not forget to add facial makeup remover, gently massage combinations to penetrate more nutrients deep cleaning eliminates the accumulation not good.

Step 2: Wash the face with cleanser
After using makeup remover to remove makeup, you should wash your face with a cleanser. Pump cleanser into the palm pre, routed foam and then apply to the face, gently massage combined in a circular motion from the cheeks, forehead and chin new so maximize the use of cleanser.

Step 3: Clean the surface with a cotton
It sounds trivial, but this is the necessary step for the care of your skin. When washing the face, using cotton / cotton towel dry absorbent entire face. Only slightly permeable to scarf up some water or go but do not rub towel wipe the skin of you.

Step 4: Moisturizing Mask
Depending on the type of skin that choose products for their masks. Acne or sensitive skin needs a benign mask acne, dry skin is required for providing moisture while oily skin is to be used only for the skin oil control mask. You also should cover only about 15-20 minutes when the mask dries and rinse with clean water.

Step 5: Balancing the skin with toner
Toner is a product indispensable to balance your pH and nutrients to the skin. When the skin is balanced, you can protect yourself from any undue influence from external environment, then you do not have to worry about skin prone to irritation or damage anymore.

Step 6: Use lotion serum
Just like face masks, lotions and serums should be selected with the skin or for the purpose you want to use to improve their skin. Using serum combines gentle massage over face for 5 minutes to infuse nutrients deep impact while increasing skin elasticity, shrink pores ...

Step 7: Use eye cream
Finally the eye cream, this is an indispensable product for removing dark circles and puffiness tired. You only need to inject very small amounts of cream onto fingertips, then put on the skin around the eyes and massage gently in a circular motion around the eyes, massage focused more at the puffiness beneath the skin to absorb nutrients fuller. The next morning woke up part puffiness or dark circles will significantly reduce it.


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