My Evening Skin Care Routine + Double Deluxe Exfoliation Method

Today I share with you my evening skin care routine and a little something extra!

I use my DMP Health Deluxe Fiber Facial Cloth to remove my makeup (video explanation will be below if you’re interested). It’s also a bonus as it’s a physical form of exfoliation that doesn’t give you the harshness of some facial brushes. So if you’re considering changing up or adding to your current routine then keep reading or watching if you’d prefer.

PM Routine

  1. Remove makeup – Deluxe Fiber Facial Cloth – Also acts as secondary physical exfoliant
  2. Cleanse – Skin Doctors pH Balancing Cleanser with AHA – Chemical exfoliant
  3. Apply Serum or Creams – The Ordinary Lactic Acid 10% + HA 2% – Acts as AHA Chemical Peel (1-2 nights a week)
  4. Spot treat – Tea Tree Oil (when required)
  5. Moisturize – Neutrogena Combination Skin Moisturizer

I allow about 30 min to pass in between my cleanser, then my serum and spot treatments and then by the time I go to sleep it’s about 60 minutes after all my chemical exfoliants have got the chance to soak in, I apply my moisturizer to rejuvenate the skin.

So you have more of any idea about my double deluxe exfoliation method check out my video to watch me go through my evening routine. It’s essentially the folding and double folding of my Deluxe Fiber Facial Cloth to create the ultimate thick, plush cloth to remove makeup. It works a charm if I do say so myself and I should know, I use it everyday so it’s tried and tested.

I think this is fast becoming one of my favorite one liners but please be sure to listen to your skin and it’s reaction to the things you place on it. Irritation, tingles that don’t fade after a minute or two, itching, acne or breakouts, redness that does not subside all could be the signs of an adverse reaction. In this case, discontinue use.

That’s it! I’m still perfecting my techniques and to some, the time and amount of products I use may seem overwhelming. To that I say, start basic and check your skin’s reaction. Good results may take time and boy do I know with those stubborn Post Inflammatory Hyper pigmentation pink spots I have on my face grr.

Patience is key and try to enjoy yourself a ‘spa like’ experience at home and take the time to pamper and love your health!

Dee X

🙂

 

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