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Night Routine for oily skin, acne, texture & scars.

You need to make a night skincare regimen with all these steps and it will work for you, it worked for me and for a lot of girls with the same problems... You need to let the products penetrate in to your skin, so wait 5-10 minutes between every step..

 

-Exfoliate your face 2-3 times per week, you need an exfoliator according to your need. You can use the Vasanti Brighten Up! Exfoliating Cleanser

-Use a mask once or twice per week, could be of tea tree, use masks for oily skin or for scarring.

 

NightRoutine

1 Step

Cleanser: I would recommend Mario Badescu Acne Facial Cleanser (this one will help with the acne), and you can use 2 times per week the Mario Badescu Glycolic Foaming Cleanser (this one will help with the scars).

2 Step

Toner: If you have scars I would recommend you the Caudalie Vinoperfect products, like the Caudalie Vinoperfect Concentrated Brightening Essence, or any other toner for scarring or acne of your preference.

3 Step

Serum: The vinoperfect serum is amazing its worth it every dollar, a bottle will last you between 2-3 months.

4 Step

Aloe Vera Gel: Use Lilly of the desert Aloe Vera Gel, it will help you with your scars, acne,  texture, aging and a lot of other skin problems.

5 Step

Moisturizer: Caudalie Vinoperfect Radiance Moist is good, also Sunday Riley Tidal Brightening Enzyme Water Cream (this two will help with scars). The Simple protecting light moisturizer is super good for oily and sensitive skin (you can find this one on drugstores). 

 

Once your face is clearer from acne... you can change the serum and use TLC Framboos Gycolic Night Serum.

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