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Season after season, your skin is subjected to a number of harsh factors (pollution, blue light, extreme temperatures, etc.). As a result, skin can feel tight, becomes more sensitive and ends up losing its glow. To reverse this situation, nothing could be easier. Simply set up a skincare routine that is adapted to your skin type, but also to your body's rhythm. While your epidermis absorbs only 30% of the active ingredients in your creams during the day, it can integrate almost 100% of them at night. Your skin regenerates itself and activates its cell renewal during the night. How? When you sleep, the natural recovery mechanisms of the epidermis are set into motion. Microcirculation is stimulated, the skin barrier is reinforced, and the cells divide to reveal a glowing and rested complexion in the morning. Now that you have the basics, let's move on to three ways to boost your hydration levels during the night.

Makeup removal: an essential step

Makeup removal is an essential daily ritual, yet it is often forgotten or ignored. In this step you remove not only makeup but also pollution residue and dead cells that have built up on the skin's surface during the day. Start by cleansing your face with a cleansing fluid, which will trap excess skin sebum and remove the layer of makeup that blocks pores. Second, apply a cleansing gel or milk (depending on your skin type) to damp skin. Work up a lather to lift away any remaining impurities and treat specific skin problems. As a result, your skin is truly prepared for the skincare you apply after.

Exfoliation: the key to lovely skin

Exfoliation is a step that improves the absorption of skincare. When the skin is blocked by a coating of impurities, makeup residue or pollution, it won't absorb the active ingredients in creams and other serums. To make it receptive again, the solution is simple: you should exfoliate your skin. Make sure you say goodbye to an overly abrasive scrub that is too strong for your hydrolipidic layer (the film that protects your skin from daily assaults). Instead, use one with cellulose microbeads or jojoba wax, which gently eliminates dead cells and makes way for newer, more radiant skin. Incorporate an exfoliating gel into your routine once or twice a week.

Moisturise: all night long

We're not suggesting that you set your alarm for 3 a.m. to reapply a layer of moisturising cream. On the contrary. Opt for water-based skincare that can be applied as a sleeping mask. Inspired by Asian skincare rituals, our Aqua-Gel immerses the skin in a bath of hydration and freshness. When you wake up, your skin is plumped, fresh and glowing. The formula can also be used on the eye contour to help it look brighter and more rested.

Boost the
skin's hydration

Season after season, your skin is subjected to a number of harsh factors (pollution, blue light, extreme temperatures, etc.). As a result, skin can feel tight, becomes more sensitive and ends up losing its glow. To reverse this situation, nothing could be easier. Simply set up a skincare routine that is adapted to your skin type, but also to your body's rhythm. While your epidermis absorbs only 30% of the active ingredients in your creams during the day, it can integrate almost 100% of them at night. Your skin regenerates itself and activates its cell renewal during the night. How? When you sleep, the natural recovery mechanisms of the epidermis are set into motion. Microcirculation is stimulated, the skin barrier is reinforced, and the cells divide to reveal a glowing and rested complexion in the morning. Now that you have the basics, let's move on to three ways to boost your hydration levels during the night.

Makeup removal: an essential step

Makeup removal is an essential daily ritual, yet it is often forgotten or ignored. In this step you remove not only makeup but also pollution residue and dead cells that have built up on the skin's surface during the day. Start by cleansing your face with a cleansing fluid, which will trap excess skin sebum and remove the layer of makeup that blocks pores. Second, apply a cleansing gel or milk (depending on your skin type) to damp skin. Work up a lather to lift away any remaining impurities and treat specific skin problems. As a result, your skin is truly prepared for the skincare you apply after.

Exfoliation: the key to lovely skin

Exfoliation is a step that improves the absorption of skincare. When the skin is blocked by a coating of impurities, makeup residue or pollution, it won't absorb the active ingredients in creams and other serums. To make it receptive again, the solution is simple: you should exfoliate your skin. Make sure you say goodbye to an overly abrasive scrub that is too strong for your hydrolipidic layer (the film that protects your skin from daily assaults). Instead, use one with cellulose microbeads or jojoba wax, which gently eliminates dead cells and makes way for newer, more radiant skin. Incorporate an exfoliating gel into your routine once or twice a week.

Moisturise: all night long

We're not suggesting that you set your alarm for 3 a.m. to reapply a layer of moisturising cream. On the contrary. Opt for water-based skincare that can be applied as a sleeping mask. Inspired by Asian skincare rituals, our Aqua-Gel immerses the skin in a bath of hydration and freshness. When you wake up, your skin is plumped, fresh and glowing. The formula can also be used on the eye contour to help it look brighter and more rested.

Simply set up a skincare routine that is adapted to your skin type, but also to your body's rhythm.
Booster l’hydratation de la peau pendant la nuit
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