My Nightly Skincare Routine

There are only a few products that I’m truly, truly loyal to. One of them is Neutrogena’s Oil-Free Acne face wash. I remember my mom using it when I was younger all the time, always wondering what that weird word (acne) meant. I wish I didn’t know now, ha. My mom has always been a huge advocate for skincare, which is probably why she looks like she’s ten years younger than she is. That all being said, I’ve found a new face wash.

I was introduced to a new product, and shocker, it’s Neutrogena. Can’t stop, won’t stop. I’ve been using these two cleansers for about a month and a half now, and I have fallen in love. I like to try new products often, especially moisturizers and serums. The cleanser is almost always the aforementioned, until Neotrogena came out with this new product.

I like to use the scrub in the mornings to wake my skin up, and the gel cleanser at night. As much as I love the scrub, I don’t want to over-exfoliate my skin so I stick to one a day. First things first though, gotta get all my hair out of my face. And if I’m going to make it last a few more days, it can’t get wet!

Once my face is clean and free of makeup and yuckies from the day, I pat dry (never rub) and use my Glossier Super Bounce serum. I got it about a month ago and it’s already half gone. I don’t think it’s completely necessary and am not 100% sure why I use it, but I do and I feel fancy using it. After that, I finish off with Ole Henricksen moisturizer. Smells amazing and is super hydrating.

Even though I would have bought it anyways, this post is sponsored by Neotrogena, just so we have no secrets. I truly do love this stuff and will definitely be buying it, and before I run out. Oh, and it can be purchased at most drug stores and super markets.

What products am I missing or do I need to try that you all use nightly? I try to use a toning mist occasionally, but I like to keep things simple with my skincare.

Have a fab weekend!

xx -S

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