What Your Skin Needs Day vs. Night


Skin Care Tip of the Day: During the day, skin aging is at its highest because your skin is exposed to harmful UV rays as well as free radical production from the environment. The production of free radicals is what breaks down the collagen in your skin. At night, your skin is in repair mode fighting hard to rejuvenate the skin after the day’s wear and tear. So from morning to night, you need to treat your skin differently.

During the day your skin needs:

Antioxidants like Vitamin C and Vitamin E to give your skin the defense it needs to fight free radical damage. We love our Vitamin C & E Treatment! It’s also important to eat antioxidant-containing foods.

Sunscreen with both UVA/UVB protection built into your daily moisturizer and applied generously to the face, neck, ears and chest. Our Daily Protection SPF 30 is our best-selling product.

Extra sun protection with SPF-infused mineral powders like ColoreScience SPF 50 to provide additional sun protection in case you missed any areas when applying sunscreen moisturizer.

At night your skin needs:

Repair ingredients like glycolic acid, retinol, Peptides, Red Marine Algae and Dermaxyl™ to encourage collagen activity.

Exfoliation
to stimulate new, healthy skin cell growth while removing surface dry skin cells. Skin rejuvenation is all about “out with the old, in with the new.”

Soothing
ingredients like White Tea Extract, Azulene and Chamomile to provide anti-inflammatory relief.

Here’s a good skin care tip for washing your skin at night. As always, check out our nine skin types and get skin care products (both for daytime and evening) recommended for your skin.

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