7. Embrace oil
I never wash my face with soap in the mornings. Having cleansed the evening before, I’m not worried about an accumulation of dirt, and I simply use a warm washcloth and gently cleanse my skin in the shower using circular motions.
8. Focus on healing skin at the end of the day
Think of the nighttime as the time to use products. I use a gentle cleanser every night, and if I’m using masks or gentle exfoliants, the night is the time to do it.
9. Have a good sleep at night
If I haven’t slept well the night before (and my skin and under-eyes are showing the signs), I do alternate ice-water and warm-water splashes (7 to 10 of each). This really invigorates the skin and blood flow to the face, erasing signs of exhaustion. I also ice my face as often as I can in the a.m. It shrinks pores and helps under-eye darkness.
10. Change your pillowcases
Make sure to change pillowcase cover every few days , unclean pillowcase can lead to bacterial growth and acne. Additionally, the hair products we use can rub off onto our bedding throughout the night, causing, even more, residue to accumulate.
11. Take care of their gut
I take probiotics before bed. Bedtime has always seemed like the ideal time for probiotics because that’s when my body gets a break from digesting other food. And keeping your gut in great shape is absolutely one of the keys to getting your best skin.
12. They know that beauty comes from what’s inside
If you’re happy, confident, and smiling, people won’t notice or focus on an occasional pimple. Beauty begins from the inside out and that’s a fact!.