Make up remover
Wearing make-up to look your best is all very well, but don't forget to remove your make-up!
The skin of the eye contour area, as well as the rest of the face, is sensitive, and it needs to breathe at night so that it can regenerate. Make-up forms a barrier on the face that can suffocate the skin, making it look dull and accelerating cutaneous ageing.
Also, the skin needs to eliminate its daily waste: dead skin cells and sebum accumulate every day, so it is important to properly cleanse the skin to remove this waste material. Make-up blocks the pores and can cause spots and redness.
If you don't remove this additional layer, you prevent your skin from absorbing skin care products. If you have make-up on, and therefore you don't apply your night cream, the skin is not hydrated and thus suffers damage.
What's more, if you don't remove your make-up, you risk a nasty surprise: traces of mascara, lipstick and foundation on your bedding the next morning! If you use waterproof make-up, you might find it difficult to remove the stains.
In short, you have every reason to remove your make-up at night!