Nighttime Skincare Routine

Happy hump day, babes! I have not done a beauty post in quite sometime, so I thought I would share my nighttime skincare routine. My skin is honestly in the best shape it has ever been in because I have been very diligent in taking care of it. FYI I have a dry skin type. Currently, I am using this O Hui Miracle Moisture sample kit. Skincare can be quite expensive, so before investing in full-sized bottles, I think these deluxe sample kits are a great way to make sure your skin does not react to any of the products and that it actually is effective. This is my first experience with O Hui (have been using for the past 2 months or so), but I love all of these products. I truly believe Korean skincare is some of the best on the market. Here’s a breakdown of all the steps. I am not sure if I am layering the O Hui product in the most effective way, but I found that it works well nonetheless.

Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water & DHC Deep Cleansing Oil
(I forgot to mention that between steps 1 & 2, I cleanse my face with the Cetaphil Daily Facial Cleanser)

Every other night between steps 1 and 2, I try to do a face mask. This routine has one wonders for my skin. It has never been softer or smoother before. Our skin is something we should take the time and money to invest in. Your future self with thank you! Have you guys ever tried Korean skincare? What are some of your favorite products?

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