Your 5 Minute Nighttime Skincare Routine

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Tonight, I’m talking about my night time routine because the night time is a very important time in everyone’s day. You’ve just dealt with whatever the day has thrown at you, and now it’s time to wind down. A lot of people are very set in their day or night routines, but I’m one of those people that mixes it up all the time. What I’m gonna show you tonight is an overall, overarching story of what I do on any typical night, but just know that every night is completely different. So yeah, I’m just gonna dive right in, and if you have any questions comment below. The first thing I do when I get home from work is I walk into the apartment and throw all of my things down, and then I head back out and I go on a walk. It does not matter to me what season it is, how hot or how cold it is outside. I love walking around in New York City in the evening. New York is always on, because this is the city that never sleeps. So I get out, I go for my walk. I clear my head. I really use it as a time to wind down from the day. And then I come back into my apartment and the first thing I do is take my makeup off. I don’t normally do this but my mirror is looking awfully dirty at the moment. And then, it’s the time I’ve been waiting for since the moment I walked out of the house: washing my face. I love giving my face a good scrub and just getting the day off.

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Just take the whole day off with soap and water. Next it’s time to wash my body, but I don’t wash my hair everyday. I usually only wash my hair every three to four days. So I threw on a shower cap and I got in the shower. When I get out of the shower it’s time to do something therapeutic for my skin and my face, so I usually do some sort of a night time face mask. I have a lot of options. I have a ton of different masks that I love. One of my favorites is this turmeric cranberry mask from Kiehls. I put it on and I leave it for five to ten minutes and just chill in the bathroom while it’s doing its magic. And then I rinse it off. And once I’m done with that, I’m pretty much done with the bathroom until it’s time to brush my teeth later. I don’t always cook my dinner, I’m just gonna be honest with you here. Quite often I pick something up for dinner or I order in on Seamless. But it’s always my favorite nights when I cook something and I make a homemade meal and then I sit down and enjoy it. One of my night time specialties, and anyone who follows me on Instagram or Snapchat will attest to this from my stories, I love making my own desserts. And the best kinds are the no bake dessert because they take two seconds to make, they’re usually one or two ingredients, you’re done, and you’ve got something sweet to munch on for the rest of the night.

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This here is one of my all-time favorite desserts, and it’s just yogurt bites that you freeze and you turn into frozen yogurt. You spoon some yogurt into a ziplock bag and then you just pipe it out into little dots on parchment paper. Then you can top it with anything you want– rainbow sprinkles, honey, you name it. Pop it into the freezer and then when it comes out you have froyo bites. After I’ve eaten I go onto the couch and I read TV. reading TV is one of my favorite things to do, partially because I myself am a post producer. So when I read other people’s posts on TV, it really inspires me and gives me ideas of how I can creatively incorporate their ideas into my work. After I’ve watched my fix of television, I need some silence. I turn my TV off and I open my headspace app, which is my meditation app, and I do a guided meditation for ten to fifteen minutes. It is not as easy as it seems to sit still for ten to fifteen minutes and just think, but when you have the guiding voice talking to you it really makes it a lot easier. This is something I’ve definitely gotten into. I do this with my boyfriend a lot at night before bed and we both find that it calms us down and really just gets us ready to sleep. And once I’m done meditating, I get off the couch and I go back into the kitchen and this is the last hands on, kitcheny thing I do before sleep. I make my coffee for the next morning. I didn’t always make my coffee at home, but I started doing it and I realized it’s way cheaper and it is really delicious to walk out of the house with a water bottle filled with ice, your coffee from the day before, and almond milk and you just shake it up and you’ve got an iced coffee on the go. I always have a book at my bedside table, so when I get into bed I try to read at least one chapter.

I do a lot of writing at work and I find that when I read on the side it positively influences my writing skills. Right now I am currently reading Neil DeGrasse Tyson’s Astrophysics for People in a Hurry. It’s good, but I’m on page 30 and I’m only at one billionth of a second through the big bang. So, it’s moving slow. Just before bed, I take some much needed time to respond to you guys. I get tons of Instagram comments, direct messages, tweets, Facebook messages, Snapchats, you name it. And I need to respond. I really feel like as an online personality it’s my duty to communicate with the audience and ask you guys what you wanna see. And then when you ask my questions, to answer you. You gotta be a friend, to have a friend. So I do my best. Typically, Michael is here, because we live together, so we share this bed. But when I posted this post, he was actually working late that night. Which is why when I curled into bed, I had to pull up a picture of him, zoom in on his face, and pretend like he was next to me. But he’s normally right there, and we go through the whole night together, and he doesn’t normally work late, and I’m so grateful for that. One more thing that I’d like to say is that I brush my teeth before bed.

And I forgot to show it in the post. I promise. Just take my word for it, ask Michael if you want, he’ll tell ya. And that is my night time routine. Once again, it’s different every night. That’s just the general gist of it. That’s how it feels from my perspective. If you have any more questions, comment below and I will be sure to answer them for you. Please comment with your night time routine, because I would love to know what you do that I can maybe adapt into my routine, and make it a little bit more efficient. As always, comment and let us know what other posts you want to see me do on this blog. See you next time! Hey ! Thanks for reading this post. Click right here for another post on our blog, right here to comment to my blog on and right here for my personal blog. Definitely click on one of the three so you can get out of this weird screen where I’m pointing to the air. Bye!.

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