Part 2: The World's Easiest Skin Care Routine - For Those Who Don't


"These wipes are full of chemicals!" Silberman said. "While they technically remove makeup, they don't cleanse your face very well—most leave a film on your skin. Instead, use micellar water or an oil-based cleanser." She recommends Bioderma as her favorite alternative.


Use essence. "With PM, it's important to use active ingredients that transform the skin while you sleep," says Patel. "Retinol, vitamin E, ferulic acid, hyaluronic acid, and AHAs are all important for nighttime use. They act as exfoliants and increase collagen production over time."



I chose Visha Skincare Advanced Correcting Serum, which contains retinol, vitamin E, ferulic acid and salicylic acid, along with natural skin brighteners, helps reduce sun spots and scars. I glowed (in a good way) as soon as I used this product.

And moisturizing cream. Yes, it turns out you do need serum and moisturizer. Apply a good moisturizer after using your serum. Since I was looking for a product that was especially gentle on my skin, I settled on First Aid Beauty's Ultra-Repair Hydra Firming Sleeping Cream after a friend with sensitive skin told me about it.



It's rich and creamy, but absorbs quickly so I don't end up feeling like my face is sticky while I sleep. Don't forget the lips. Probably (definitely) because I never hydrated properly, my lips were also constantly chapped. Everything changed when I discovered the Laneige Lip Sleeping Mask by the helpful ladies at Sephora.


“This book is a bestseller for a reason,” one employee told me. "In a small tub, it's a miracle." I have to agree. I slather this on every night and my lips are baby soft when I wake up. I even skip my regular lip balm because it hydrates all day long.




Even my boyfriend who always affectionately called me "the most ripped woman in America," noticed a big difference. weekly. Add a chemical peel. Silberman told me that if you were to add one new thing to your routine, it should be this Alpha Beta Universal Daily Exfoliant from Dr. Silberman.



Become Dennis Gross. "You're removing those dead skin cells/debris that are holding you back from being your most radiant self," she explains. Although she recommends using it two to three times a week, I started using it just once a week and saw immediate results.




I even let my sister try it out when she came to visit and after using it once, she jumped on the bandwagon. Give yourself a new look with a facial mask. I travel a lot for work and feel extremely dehydrated when traveling by plane. If you're heading out for the weekend skipping your skin care routine for a few days, or need some quick skin care for some other reason, a sheet mask is the way to go. Nover-Baker recommends the Go-To Skincare Transforming Mask.




This serum-infused mask will rejuvenate your face in just 10 minutes. don't forget. There is no universal solution. This worked for me and was a good starting point, but it also required a lot of trial and error. If you have a breakout or don’t see immediate results, don’t give up.




Everyone’s skin is different, and the first step in starting a care routine should be figuring out what skin type you have. "If you have oily skin, you can use a more concentrated acid and use retinol at night. If you have dry or sensitive skin, add only one active ingredient at a time to avoid irritating your skin,"




advises Patel . Launch new products one at a time and try them out for about a month before deciding if they're right for you. You'll be posting glowing #IWokeUpLikeThis selfies soon.