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Skincare: An Easy Three-step Nighttime Skincare Regimen

My nighttime skincare routine includes a cleanser, serum, and moisturizer.

Cleanser

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I use the Skinceuticals Blemish + Age Cleanser both morning and night. After wetting my face, I massage a small amount of the product onto my skin, then rinse off with warm water.

Serum

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My second step is using the Skinceuticals Discoloration Defense Serum. I like it because its key ingredient is niacinamide, tranexamic acid, and HEPES, which are suitable for my skin type and targets blemishes. I apply five drops on my face and gently massage them into my skin with my fingertips.

Moisturizer

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Last but not least, I use Skinceuticals Triple Lipid Restore cream. I like how fast-absorbing and lightweight it is and how it nourishes and hydrates my skin. I use it on my face, neck, and chest.

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