How to choose a night face oil for your skin

We all dream of waking up to a fresh, rested complexion with a healthy glow. But if you use the right cosmetic products, it doesn’t have to be a dream! It’s essential that you include a nighttime product in your beauty routine, so why not make this product an oil? A night oil is perfect for anyone who wants to reduce the signs of skin aging and improve elasticity. It offers a host of benefits when combined with another skincare product that’s tailored to your skin’s needs. Find out how to choose a night oil that matches your skin’s mood.

Why is it important to use skincare at night?

The delicate skin of the face doesn’t have the same needs during the day as it does at night, and skincare formulas take this into account. A day cream usually contains high concentrations of moisturizing active ingredients. It’s applied before makeup, so the texture has to be light and not greasy. A night cream, meanwhile, tends to be richer. While you sleep, your skin regenerates, and this is when it’s most receptive to active ingredients. This means that nighttime skincare products have a more complete action, deeply nourishing and caring for the skin. By moisturizing your skin overnight, you can fight the signs of premature aging, such as wrinkles and skin sagging. It’s important to use the right skincare products at the right time to look after the skin of your face.


Why use a night oil?

Nighttime is when your skin needs to rest and repair itself. By applying a nourishing night oil as well as an antioxidant or moisturizing cream, you give your skin the nutrients it needs to stay healthy and beautiful. La Crème du Soir is rich in Hyaluronic Acid and Magnesium, which are known for their hydrating and skin-smoothing properties. It’s perfect for de-stressing, smoothing and soothing your skin after a long, hard day. This night cream also contains Sesame and Jojoba oils, which give it pro-aging properties. Night oils should have a lightweight texture that sinks in easily without leaving a greasy residue. Oils help to hold moisture in the skin, which is why they are often recommended for dry or sensitive skin. They can also be excellent for oily or blemish-prone skin, as long as you choose the right one, such as Hazelnut, Jojoba or Nigella.

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