Sacramento, CA, September 20, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- Skincare at night for many may seem unnecessary, but as Skincare-News.com’s latest article, “Up All Nite: PM Skincare Tips” points out, the advantages can be more than just a dream.
When night falls, often you just want to fall asleep and be ready for the next day. But by following the four simple skin care steps outlined in “Up All Nite: PM Skincare Tips”, not only can your skin feel amazing but it can also help you save time getting ready in the mornings.
Very simply, a great way to save you some time in the morning and keep you focused on great skin is to line up all of your skin care and makeup products that you will need in the morning on your bathroom counter at night. By doing this simple step, you can avoid the stressful early morning scrambling for skincare products that you need and make good skin care practice the start of your day.
There has always been the debate over whether it’s better to shower at night or in the morning. The article sheds light on this situation, showing that while skincare regimens differ from person to person, there’s no denying the comfort of a nighttime shower:
Each day your skin is bombarded with dirt, grime and germs from daily life. Waiting till the morning to shower allows your skin to be affected even more by these skin damaging agents, making for an even more difficult skincare regimen. Showering before bed can be beneficial to you for a variety of reasons. First off, showering at night allows you to wash off the dirt of the day and avoid junk clogging up your pores during the night.
Even though summer’s almost over, plenty of people are still working on their tans. Another helpful tip given by the skincare article encourages the use of tanning lotions and creams at night:
Why spend hours laying out in the sun or spend gas money driving to a “fake and bake” tanning salon when you can tan safely at night? After a hard day at work or school and just before you put on your pjs, you probably aren't really focused on your tan, not to mention any skincare habits. However, nighttime is a great time to use sunless tanning skincare creams and lotions. When applied properly, these skincare creams and lotions can give you a great healthy looking glow that will last you throughout the day.
According to skin care expert Rick Tufington, skin care during the night may seem like a hassle but is really one of the least time consuming routines one can have at night. “Skin care at night is so simple. It’s not like chores or cleaning the house. No matter what skincare step you do—showering, moisturizing, organizing your products—it helps you sleep better and any time that can be saved in the morning can help you start your morning off with less stress.”
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