Beauty: 5 Skin Care Tips for Your Night-time Routine

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Do you have a nightly skin care routine? Did you know that if you don't, you really need to adopt one?? Check out my 5 Skin Care Tips for your Night-time Beauty Routine!!This post is written in partnership with Lunchbox. All opinions and stories are 100% my own.

Skin care has always been important to me. I remember when I was younger, my mom got involved with a skin care company and she’d have facial parties and makeup parties and well parties that all centered around taking care of your skin. I had ample supply of samples to test out once I got old enough. I remember trying out a mud mask for the very first time and thinking “I think my face is going to break” LOL Obviously it didn’t but that first skin-tightening experience was wild!! My skin is combination skin and in the warmer temps leans more towards oily. It can be tricky switching products between seasons to make sure my skin stays hydrated and moisturized and clean. Most people think that your beauty routine all happens in the morning, but let me tell you…put your body to work for you at night time. You kind of go in “repair” mode at night, so you might as well give your skin a boost by adding these skin care tips into your nightly beauty routine.

TIP #1: TAKE.YOUR.MAKEUP.OFF.EVERY.SINGLE.NIGHT

There really shouldn’t be any further explanation. But seriously. Take it off. Let your pores breathe!!! Leave some wipes on your night stand if you are too lazy to do this in your bathroom. Or leave some cotton balls/pads and this Simple Micellar Cleansing Water on your night stand. This cleansing water is really kind of genius. No rinsing required. Pour some on a cotton ball and wipe off all of your makeup. Toss the cotton ball in the trash when you are done. Easy Peasy. And it works. I’m definitely digging it!

Do you have a nightly skin care routine? Did you know that if you don't, you really need to adopt one?? Check out my 5 Skin Care Tips for your Night-time Beauty Routine!!

TIP #2: Pin Your Hair Back
Either braid your hair or put it up in a loose bun to keep it off your face at night. You don’t want the oils from your hair to get on your face.

TIP #3: Use an Eye Cream
I slather this stuff on at night. I’ve had smile lines since I was in high school. I’m not ashamed of them. I think it gives me character and shows that I smile and laugh all of the time. What I’m terrified of is the crows feet that are right behind the smile lines. I do not want those bad boys. So give me ALL of the eye cream!

TIP #4: Get 8 hours of sleep.

I’m not kidding. I know that’s probably really hard, but you should really be striving for that. Your skin (and body!) will thank you for it. So go to bed!! Facebook and Instagram can wait! ;)

TIP #5: Take care of your hands!

Slather on the hand cream at night. Heck, grab a pair of socks and slip them on after your slather the hand cream on. Our hands take a beating every single day. Pamper them!! They need a lot of TLC!

Want to know more about that fancy-schmancy-easier-than pie-get-you-to-take-your-makeup-off-before-bed-every-single-night product that I said you need to just leave on your night stand with some cotton balls/pads? Why I thought you might!

New Simple Micellar Water gently cleanses skin, no rinsing required. A favorite amongst make-up artists and beauty editors, you can find Simple Micellar Water now at Walmart. This advanced yet gentle cleanser removes dirt and makeup while unclogging pores with no rinsing required.

This beauty must-have is specially designed to thoroughly cleanse skin and instantly boost hydration by 90% with skin-loving ingredients and triple-purified water.

Visit Simple at Walmart to get a $1 off coupon and then share what you think about Simple Micellar Cleansing Water with the hashtag #testthewater.

The simple goodness that is in Simple Micellar Water:

Triple Purified Water: The purest possible water to minimize potential for irritation from particles or contaminants that can irritate skin.
Vitamin B3: Known to restore, soften and smooth skin.
Vitamin C: An antioxidant known to soothe skin.

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What other nightly skin care tips do you have??

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Beauty: DIY Split End Treatment

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Needing a diy split end remedy to make at home? Try this DIY Split End Treatment! A two-ingredient mixture that will leave your ends feeling silky soft!

My hair is at a definite point of needing to be trimmed. It’s been a long time since I’ve seen a hairdresser and my ends are showing it! I spotted my first ever (to be seen by my eyes) split end the other day and about freaked out. I know it’s got to be normal if you don’t take care of your hair or whatever other reasons there might be. But I’d never in my life seen an actual split end. Talk about wild. LOL Anyways, I started hunting for a natural diy split end treatment that would not necessarily “fix” my split ends but help to nourish my hair until I can get a hair appointment. I had coconut oil on hand and knew that there are a lot of really great benefits to using coconut oil on your hair. So here’s the 2-ingredient DIY Split End Remedy:

Ingredients
1 Tablespoon Coconut Oil
1 Teaspoon Vitamin E Oil

Directions
Combine the ingredients in a small microwave safe bowl. Heat for about 20-30 seconds (if your coconut oil is in a solid state). Mix well. Apply to the ends of your hair and let sit for a few hours, up to overnight.

I dunked the ends of my hair in my bowl and then worked it into my hair. I probably went up about 6 inches to catch my layers. Then I put my hair up and slept with the mixture on my hair overnight. I showered as usual.

I was impressed after just one treatment! It mended my split ends! I think this would be good for anyone that has dry ends, too.

Have you ever tried a DIY Split End Treatment before or any type of DIY Hair Mask? If not, you should try a few of these DIY Hair Mask Recipes!

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