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Overnight Sensation

6 years ago by

Overnight Sensation

Now that we’re transitioning a little into hibernation mode as fall sets in, we’ve been thinking – and talking – a little more about sleep rituals…

It’s also that time when skin really dries out, and I always find it a little difficult to find something that’s moisturizing but won’t be too much for my combination / oily skin type. But I’ve been trying this new overnight hydrating gel (it’s clear, so I’m putting it in that category!) from Skin Inc, and I really love it. Mainly because it does about a million a few things in one.

It’s an intense moisturizing that isn’t too thick and gluggy, so it’s great at dealing with the dry patches (gross, I know, but a reality!!), and you can leave it on overnight kind of like a mask in a thicker form when needed, then it’s also acts as an under eye cream… And it’s also a great size for travel…

I’ve also been trying some other products, including the most amazing multipurpose Divine Oil by Caudalie… And I think it might finally be time to invest in a hairdryer (it’s getting just a little too cold for air dry!)

How does your beauty routine change as the weather changes?

Pure Deepsea Hydrating Mask, Skin Inc.


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  • Jennifer October, 21 2015, 1:35 / Reply

    As an ezcema sufferer I have to watch my skin and react as it does to the elements and anything else. For body and especially hands where my ezcema can be at its worst, I have to up cream and lotions. Thicker but not greasy. Holding moisture. I like Moroccan oil for body or This Works Dry Leg Oil it’s great everywhere and also great in the Summer too. Otherwise VaniCream in the big old tub is a lifesaver.
    Thankfully my face has not had ezcema issues so I switch up my Carita and Decleor gel cream, serum, cream etc for the needs of my skin. I try to get regular facials and that helps. But really just listening to the skin and using what works.

  • I’ll try this hydrating mask, thanks Neada! In winter I just use more Nivea cream and chapstick.

  • I have dry skin, so i will have to give this a try!

  • One must not forget the legendary Midnight Recovery Concentrate Oil by Kiehl’s. They recently got a daytime concentrate and I’ve tried the sample and it’s aaaamazing!

  • La peau sèche et la peau déshydratée, ça n’a rien à voir…

  • I have been thinking the same about my “hibernation” beauty routine. It’s the best time to maximize results and relax ourselves and skin! Thanks for the post. xx, Corinne

  • I’ve just been switching my routine over from summer to winter! I am currently OBSESSED (like force all my friends to buy it obsessed) with Tatcha’s Camellia cleanser — you put it on dry and it takes off all your make up and dry skin just comes off, which sounds gross (and maybe it’s a little gross) but then you rinse it and it turns into a milky cleanser — I normally follow up with the rice enzyme powder and/or la roche posay effaclear at night– and you are left with the softest, glowiest skin.

  • Le plus facile à mon sens est de se faire un beau masque 100% beurre de karité deux fois par semaine et d’éviter au max le contact avec l’eau, surtout si elle sent le chlore et/ou est calcaire…

  • The new agreement was announced in depth by city attorney Erin Smith.
    We could make them as carefully and consistently as you can.

  • Quand le temps rafraichit, j’ai la peau qui tire et qui gratte et les cheveux qui se dessèchent. Mon truc miracle, c’est le lait Eucerin atopic control 12 % oméga. J’en mets sur le corps, sur les mains avant de sortir, sur le visage et même en avant champoing. C’est un des indispensables que je rachète tout le temps.

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