This year, winter has been so inconsistent with it’s temperature. Therefore, properly picking and choosing the right products to use has been a little difficult. This unusually warm winter has caused me to switch between different products, including nighttime moisturizers. However, I have been able to narrow them down to a few go-to items.
So, if you are in the market for some new nighttime moisturizers, please keep reading to see my current arsenal of nighttime moisturizers.
Over this past year, one of the best things I did for my skin was including skin serums into my skincare routine. Unfortunately, I was too naive to realize the power of including serums in your skincare routine. Recently, I’ve become dedicated to including a serum into my morning and nighttime skincare routine. My skin has improved drastically since I’ve introduced skin serums to my routines. My skin’s texture and complexion have improved over the past couple of months since I’ve added serums. Also, my breakouts are a lot more scarce.
One of my biggest skincare regrets is ignoring the need to wear sunscreen everyday when I was younger. Like most people, I only thought about wearing sunscreen when I knew I was going to be in the sun. However, I now know that you need to wear sunscreen everyday no matter if it’s sunny or raining. Even when blocked by dark clouds and rain, the sun and it’s UV rays are still there. So, you should always wear SPF. However, another step and product in your daily skincare regimen can be annoying. Thankfully, there are plenty of moisturizers with SPF out there and the lazy girl in me is happy.
There used to be a time when you moisturizers with SPF had very small amounts of sunscreen. Now some moisturizers have up to SPF 50. In the summer, I used Neutrogena’s Oil-Free Moisturizer with SPF 15, because my skin is oilier in the summer. However, I would still add more SPF. Now that the temperatures are dipping, I’m using RoC Daily Moisturizer with SPF 30. Plus, not only does it have SPF, but retinol. A lazy, aging-gracefully woman’s dream moisturizer in tube.
These are just two of my favorite daily moisturizers with SPF that I use regularly. However, there are others out there that are worth trying. Check these out!
You might recall me mentioning that I recently experienced and unexplained breakout. Over the past few weeks, I’ve been introducing my skin to a few new products with new ingredients. So, in order for me to narrow down the cause, I had to stop using everything. When I experience a bad a breakout, I streamline my skincare regimen to basic products, especially cleanser. Hence, the need for a gentle cleanser lead me to a product I hadn’t used since college; Neutrogena Facial Bar.
I feel like I’ve dealt with almost every skin related issue out there, including oily skin, dry skin, large pores, and acne, which caused me to have to deal with dark spots. Dark spots, otherwise known as hyperpigmentation, is caused by many things including sun damage and acne scarring. Personally, I can attribute my dark spot issues to acne and my idiotic tendency to pick at them when I was younger. Okay, maybe I did a little picking in my adulthood, but I’m done with that. I’m a changed woman!
Back to dark spots. Over the years, I’ve tried and used different treatments and products to get rid of dark spots, or at least lighten them. Unfortunately, most dark spot treatments can be a little pricey, but luckily there are some very affordable ones out there that you can get from your favorite drugstore.
If you looking for an effective and affordable dark spot correctors to help you battle your dark spots, check out these options.