We all know the struggle of not wanting to take your makeup off before bed. We’re too tired or just too lazy, but it is extremely important to fight the fatigue and do it anyway.
Keeping makeup on while you sleep is one of the worst things you can do for your skin. While you sleep, your skin regenerates itself. When you leave your makeup on it gets stuck in your pores, the skin ceases to breathe and therefore the restoration is unable to take place. As most makeups are made of oily substances, your skin will become congested which will lead to breakouts, fine lines, and both puffiness and dark circles around the eyes.
Washing your face is an art, that should be done in a specific order.
The first step is removing your lip colour. It is common for lip colour to smear all over your face so removing it first will avoid future mess.
Next, move on to your eyes. It is important to remember that the skin surrounding your eyes is extremely thin and delicate, which is why the FaceOff Cloth is perfect for removing mascara, liner and eyeshadow. You need to be gentle and always remember to never rub. For best results, wet your FaceOff Cloth and gently dab over your eyes, which will soften and loosen up the makeup so you can softly wipe it away.
Your last step is your base. Once you have removed your foundation continue with toner and finish with night moisturizer and eye cream to hydrate your skin and keep those dark circles away. The quick five minutes you will spend wiping off your makeup for the night will leave your skin thanking you for years to come!