10 Editors Share Their Nighttime Skin-Care Routines

Bioderma Sensibio H2O, $22.78, amazon.com.

This micellar water can be used to wash your face and take off your makeup, but I like to use it primarily as a makeup remover because it’s so gentle. A lot of eye-makeup removers make my skin red, but this literally just feels like I’m using water, although it’s a heck of a lot more effective.

DHC Deep Cleansing Oil, $23.50, dhccare.com.

I have oily skin, but ever since switching to an oil-based cleanser, my breakouts have significantly reduced. I like this one because it’s so simple and basic but really does a bang-up job of getting rid of all my makeup.

Privai Ultra Restore Crème, $55, privai.com.

I try to use natural products as much as possible, and I just recently became obsessed with this brand from North Carolina. I absolutely love using this as my night cream. It contains shea butter, kukui-nut oil, and rose oil, so I also find it to be nice and calming. It’s rich but not too heavy, it doesn’t have a strong smell, and my skin looks so glow-y in the morning.

Privai Lifting Eye & Lip Complex, $54, privai.com.

I tap a drop around both eyes and my lip line. It’s not heavy at all, but it definitely feels richer than what I use in the morning.

Drunk Elephant Virgin Marula Luxury Facial Oil, $72, sephora.com.

I finish my routine by layering on an oil at the very end. I am obsessed with this one. It’s nourishing, all-natural, and very gentle. On nights that I’m superlazy, I’ll skip straight to this stuff since it’s rich enough to be a good hydrator on its own. I don’t travel without it, either.

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