Hey guys! Welcome back. I have been sitting on doing this post for a couple of days now and I have finally calmed down long enough to sit down and write it. This is my updated Pamper Night Routine. It changes a little when I am home because I have access to different things and different commodities. Also, the amount of time I have changes. So this Pamper Night Routine is different from the one I wrote a few months ago when I was still in school.
The first thing I do is take off all of my makeup. I love wearing makeup, but there is something so refreshing about taking it off and letting your skin breathe. I love it as my first step because it makes me feel a little cleaner and fresher. To remove my makeup I typically use the Garnier Miscellar Water. It works so well and quickly.
Next I wash my face. Recently I have been loving the Neutrogena Hydro Boost face wash. I can definitely tell a difference from before I started using it. My skin feels more hydrated and smooth.
After that, I apply my face mask. I use the Freeman Charcoal and Black Sugar Mask. It just really cleans out my pores and clears my skin of any excess issues. It exfoliates and cleanses and it’s just an all around amazing product to have on hand.
After that I take a bubble bath. I don’t have a specific product for this. I use anything that will give me a lot of bubbles. But bubble baths are so relaxing and relieves stress.
After that I brush my teeth. It’s a part of my normal night time routine, but this is the time I do this step on this particular night. After that I finish my skin care routine, braid my hair, and head back to my room.
Next I turn on the TV and do my nails. It’s such a fun activity and helps me feel more comfortable and confident when my nails are freshly painted.
What do you like to do on a Pamper Night? What products do you use? Let us know in the comments below!
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