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evening routine

Makeup Removal: If you wear makeup, start your evening routine by removing it thoroughly using a gentle makeup remover or cleansing oil.Cleanser: Wash your face again with a gentle cleanser to remove any remaining makeup residue, dirt, and oil accumulated throughout the day.Exfoliation (2-3 times per week): Exfoliate your skin using a chemical exfoliant containing ingredients like alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) or beta hydroxy acids (BHAs). Exfoliation helps remove dead skin cells, unclog pores, and improve skin texture.Toner (optional): Apply toner if desired to rebalance your skin's pH levels and prepare it for the next steps.Serum: Apply any targeted treatment serums with active ingredients such as vitamin C, retinol, or hyaluronic acid to address specific skincare concerns.Eye Cream (optional): If you use an eye cream, gently pat it around the delicate eye area to hydrate and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.Moisturizer: Hydrate your skin with a nourishing moisturizer to lock in moisture and support the skin's barrier function.Spot Treatment (as needed): If you have any active breakouts, apply a spot treatment containing ingredients like benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid to target and reduce inflammation.Lip Balm: Finish off your skincare routine by applying a hydrating lip balm to keep your lips soft and moisturized overnight.Remember to adjust your skincare routine based on your skin type, concerns, and any specific recommendations from a dermatologist. Consistency is key to achieving healthy, glowing skin over time.
Blemish Control Gel
Hydrating Cleanser
What is your Skin Type?
What is your main Skin Concern?
Blemishes & Blackheads
Why do you use this routine?
benefits me