The Difference Between Day and Night Creams

The Difference Between Day and Night Creams


 Taking care of your skin is a 24/7 job and since we all want our skin to be in tip-top shape, it’s important to know how to do it around the clock! Using a moisturizer will help keep you glowing and gorgeous at all times but why not use the same moisturizer both day and night? There is a difference!

Daytime creams are all about protection. During the day we need to shield our skin from the sun’s harmful rays and the damage that can be caused by the environment’s free radicals. You can create a barrier from the elements by applying Repechage Opti-Firm Lift Cream! The environment also causes the moisture in your skin to evaporate as the day goes on, so you also want to have a formula that is going to bind moisture to the skin during the day. Look for humectants and lipids such as shea butter, glycerin and seaweed to arm your skin with its best defense from moisture loss. These powerful creams are a must have for preserving and protecting the health of your skin throughout your busy day!

After a long day, your skin will be yearning for a reparative night cream. Sleeping is called ‘beauty rest,’ for a reason! While you’re sleeping your body is working hard to repair itself from the wear and tear of everyday life and it’s the perfect time to give your skin some extra nourishment! Night formulations are all about replenishing moisture, boosting cell renewal and firming. The Repêchage Biolight™ Brightening Overnight Cream is formulated to help reduce oxidative stress which is a major contributor to the aging process. With ingredients such as nourishing laminaria digitata seaweed, regenerating goto kola and soothing aloe vera, this night creams focuses on deep restoration of the skin. Night creams can truly revive your skin and are essential to wake up looking refreshed, revitalized, and more youthful!

Are you using both a day and night cream? Which ones are your favorites? Tell us in the comments below!

*This blog is for informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice, treatment or diagnosis. Always seek the advice of your doctor or health provider with any questions or concerns you may have about a medical condition.

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