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3 Night-Time Skincare Regimes for Glowing Skin

With the right night-time routine, you’ll wake up with glowing skin every morning.

Regardless of your skin type, proper night-time care is essential to maintaining smooth, flawless and radiant skin. With night-time a period for your body’s renewal, it is the perfect time to aid your skin with the right beauty products to ensure regeneration and a youthful-looking complexion. This is all the more important after a day of exposure to harmful environmental stressors, from dirt to pollution and UV rays.

Your regime should include several steps, from removing your makeup and giving your face a good wash, through to exfoliation and hydration. These steps are essential to ensure your skin is clean and can absorb skincare, as well as to replenish lost moisture. We’ve scoured the internet for the best night-time skincare products to get your skin looking tip-top, according to your skin type. Read on to discover the way to flawless skin.


STEP 1: Double cleanse

If you suffer from dry, flaky skin, start with an oil-based makeup remover. This will remove all traces of makeup while not stripping the skin of further moisture. Follow this with a second cleanse using a creamy facewash to ensure your skin in squeaky clean. Avoid products with SLS (that makes it foamy) as this will strip your skin and leave it feeling parched.

Our picks:
Burt’s Bees cleansing oil with coconut & argan
Aurelia Probiotic Skincare miracle cleanser 120ml

Cleansing Oil with Coconut & Argan ON SALE

aed 99 Burt’s Bees
aed128 23

Miracle Cleanser 120ml

aed 200.76 Aurelia Probiotic Skincare

STEP 2: Exfoliate

While you should only exfoliate once or twice a week, it’s essential for unclogging pores and ensuring a smooth canvas for your makeup. Use either a physical exfoliator like a scrub, mechanical exfoliator like brush or muslin cloth, or a chemical exfoliator that features enzymes or acids.

Our pick: Missha brown sugar facial scrub

Brown Sugar Facial Scrub

aed 119 Missha

STEP 3: Apply a serum

A serum is your skin’s superhero – it treats whatever issue you have; in this case, dryness. Avoid perfumed serums that can dry out skin and look for ones with hyaluronic acid instead.

Our pick: Kahina Giving Beauty serum

Kahina Giving Beauty Serum

aed 365 Kahina Giving Beauty

STEP 4: Moisturise

A quality moisturiser helps seal in moisture and protect your skin. This is all the more important as the weather starts cooling down and the air gets drier. Night creams tend to be heavier than day ones, which is fine considering that you won’t be applying anything on top.

Our pick: Burt’s Bees night cream for sensitive skin

Night Cream for Sensitive Skin, 1.8 Ounces

aed 40.18 Burt’s Bees


STEP 1: Double cleanse

Look for mild products that soothe, calm and repair the skin. Start with micellar water to remove makeup, followed by a cream cleanser.

Our picks:
Bioderma Sensibio H2O make-up removing solution
Clarins gentle foaming cleanser with tamarind and purifying micro pearls

Sensibio H2O Make-Up Removing Solution Sensitive Skin 500ml

aed 75.52 Bioderma

Gentle Foaming Cleanser With Tamarind And Purifying Micro Pearls Clear

aed 174 Clarins

STEP 2: Exfoliate

Twice a week, exfoliate your skin to remove dead skin and unclog pores.

Our pick: VMV Hypoallergenics superskin hydra balance smart cleansing scrub for combination skin

Superskin Hydra Balance Smart Cleansing Scrub For Combination Skin, 4 Fluid Ounce

aed 82.19 VMV Hypoallergenics

STEP 3: Apply a serum

This is where you should invest the most in your skincare regime, since serums are packed with active ingredients to give you your best skin ever.

Our pick: Grown Alchemist rosehip & buckthorn berry anti-oxidant + treatment facial oil

Anti-Oxidant + Treatment Facial Oil Borago, Rosehip & Buckthorn Berry

aed 243 Grown Alchemist

STEP 4: Moisturise

Seal in all the goodness from your serum and keep your skin supple and moisturised with a targeted night cream.

Our pick: Aurelia Probiotic Skincare cell revitalise night moisturiser

Cell Revitalise Night Moisturiser( 60ml )

aed 273.76 Aurelia Probiotic Skincare


Oily skin can be among some of the hardest control, with many beauty products adding to, rather than solving the concern. Lightweight products are crucial, but of course, they should be gentle on the skin to avoid drying it out.

STEP 1: Double cleanse

Just because your skin is oily, doesn’t mean you should strip it clean with a harsh cleanser. Remove makeup first before going in with a clay cleaner, that will help keep oil at bay.

Our picks:
Bobbi Brown instant longwear makeup remover
Dermalogica dermal clay cleanser

Instant Longwear Makeup Remover, 100ml

aed 134 Bobbi Brown

Dermal Clay Cleanser 250ml/8.3oz

aed 135.50 Dermalogica

STEP 2: Exfoliate

Key to dealing with oily skin is to not fuss it too much. Too many products and ingredients will only overstimulate your skin into producing even more oil. Stick to a gentle multitasking exfoliator once or twice a week.

Our pick: The Body Shop Tea Tree 3-in-1 wash, scrub, mask

Tree 3-in-1 Wash, Scrub, Mask, 125ml – Suitable for blemished skin with purifying Tea Tree Oil ON SALE

aed 64.99 The Body Shop
aed70.99 9

STEP 3: Apply a serum

Oily skin could lead to pesky breakouts. Sort them out with a serum every night – look for one with salicylic acid to help clear out pores.

Our pick: Clinique anti-blemish solutions

Anti-blemish Solution Plus Line Correcting Serum 1 ounce

aed 496 Clinique

STEP 4: Moisturise

Don’t ever skip this step, even if you think your face doesn’t need to be moisturised – remember, just because you have oily skin, doesn’t mean you have moisturised skin, as the skin’s moisture content comes from water, not oil. Keep your night cream light – look for a gel – and don’t layer on too many products. You can also use a day cream if you find a night one to heavy.

Our pick: The Body Shop seaweed oil-control gel cream

Seaweed Oil-Control Gel Cream ON SALE

aed 68.39 The Body Shop
aed75.99 9