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Night Cream Vs. Regular Moisturizer—What’s The Difference?

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Have you ever wondered about the difference between night cream and everyday moisturizer? Perhaps you’ve pondered, is there even a difference? The answer is yes; continue reading to find out what this is and why each is specifically formulated for the a.m. and p.m.

Day moisturizers tend to be more lightweight than night creams. In fact, many day creams contain sunscreen since your skin is exposed to the solar rays during the day. Furthermore, their lightweight formula is ideal to wear underneath makeup.

Night creams, on the other hand, are typically heavier in texture and are best for combination and dry skin types. Moreover, your skin repairs itself while you sleep, and night creams are generally formulated with ingredients to nourish and treat the skin for further repair, to aid in cell renewal and for moisture replenishment.

Are you currently using a moisturizer with sunscreen for the a.m. and a night cream for the p.m.? If not, maybe it is time to make the switch…

Author: Lee Ann

I am a Licensed Esthetician and Freelance Professional Makeup Artist based in the Princeton, New Jersey area. My passions are all things beauty and I have an unhealthy obsession for anti-aging. When I'm not writing a plethora of articles, I enjoy indulging in shopping, music, fine dining and catching up on the latest celebrity gossip from the E channel to People Magazine. Email me if you have questions leeann@mariobadescu.com Feel free to visit my Google+ page.

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