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We offer a wide range of chemical peels to meet every type of skin concern and goal. Light peels will help exfoliate the top layer…
Are you concerned your at-home skincare routine is not promoting your healthiest skin possible? Do you worry you will need several complex treatments to help…
Appropriate for all skin types, this 30-minute skincare solution is a must for anyone desiring dramatic age-defying benefits without downtime! Dermalinfusion in Houston is a…
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When the body is asleep, the skin cells partake in rejuvenation. “We believe the rate of skin renewal doubles, collagen production speeds up, and cell damage reverses,” says Dr. Blair Murphy-Rose, a board-certified dermatologist in New York City. “Overnight products stay in contact with the skin for an extended period so that the active ingredients can go to work for a long period uninterrupted,” she explains.
Overnight treatments are more concentrated, thicker, and contain more active ingredients than their daytime counterparts. Evening serums are essential to incorporate into your P.M. routine since they have heavy-hitting actives, like retinol, peptides, and growth factors.
Along with serums, thick creams, face oils, and even leave-on masks are also a must since they increase moisture levels. Not to mention, water loss is higher at night, so it’s important to keep the skin well hydrated. In addition, Dr. Davis says that it’s easier for the skin to handle thicker products at bedtime because it is not in “protect” mode but rather “repair mode.”