New Yorkers Are Flocking to Flastic Surgeons as COVID-19 Pandemic Winds Down
Aside from leading a healthy lifestyle, one of the best things you can do to ensure healthy, youthful-looking skin in the future is to practice a solid skincare routine. You have your cleanser, toner, serums, and daily moisturizers. Maybe you apply a face mask a couple times a week. Good right? Well, you might be missing an extra anti-aging step: night cream.
Not only will night cream moisturize (and thus plump and enliven skin), it also steadily delivers nourishing and anti-aging ingredients to the vulnerable outer layers. Take it from aesthetician Sandra Velandia. “Once we hit 30, our skin begins to lose collagen production, and the cell’s ability to renew weakens, so it is critical to treat the skin during a time where it is calm, at rest, and not open to any factors that may aggravate it,” she says. This is why using good-for-skin ingredients at night is key. “While the skin is at rest, we are not exposed to the sun or free radicals, and the skin can effectively absorb products that are designed to target these areas of concern.”