August 18, 2022 5 min read

How To Use CBD Night Cream

Massaging your face with your favorite CBD night cream before going to bed is a great way to conclude the day's beauty routine; why should you use a night cream in the first place, and what should you keep in mind while selecting? Continue reading to get all your answers.

What Is The Purpose Of Night Creams?

During the day, your skin is subjected to great stress and pollutants. The last day of restoration and rejuvenation is therefore required. In addition, as people age, the skin loses its elasticity, and to maintain its firmness, you must care for your skin. Over time, your skin is nourished and replenished with the help of night creams. When you sleep, your skin's ability to absorb improves. If you want to get rid of wrinkles and keep your skin looking healthy, a night cream should be a part of your daily regimen.

Benefits Of A CBD Night Cream:

Sharma& Sharma (2012) discovered that Collagen, vitamins, and amino acids are common components in night creams, all of which aid in stimulating cellular development. CBD

Night creams are available for all skin types and may be easily absorbed; one wakes up with smooth, moisturized skin.

Uneven skin tone and wrinkles may be helped by using this product daily.

It is possible to delay the emergence of fine lines, wrinkles, and other indications of aging by using a suitable night cream and a complimentary skincare program. Special nutrients included in night creams assist in the fight against free radicals.

What Is The Proper Way To Use A Night Cream?

Applying night creams after cleaning your skin (rather than just before going to bed) is recommended by dermatologists to guarantee that the skincare elements are well absorbed. Skotarczak et al.  (2015) noted that cell regeneration is thought to peak between 10 pm and 2 am; thus, using a night cream before this is optimal. As a first step, apply your night cream by squeezing some onto your hands. A little amount of product should be smeared on your face (5 dots). Apply your night cream in an outward and upward motion after the dots are applied. Perform a self-assessment after massaging the cream into your skin to determine whether more product is required. When the 5 dots approach is no longer necessary, you'll be able to apply the product with precision. Apply night cream to your neck and your face to keep it moisturized. Use all your skincare products on your neck since it might be a dead giveaway of your true age.

How Do You Choose The Finest Night Cream For Your Skin Type?

There is no one-size-fits-all night cream, and although determining your skin type might be complex (since skin goes through stages at times), you must do so when selecting your product.

Dry Skin

Dry skin is characterized by flaky, tight, and dull-looking skin. Using moderate, non-abrasive substances to stimulate cell turnover may appear paradoxical. Hydrating serums and treatments will be more effectively absorbed if dead skin cells are removed. Mohiuddin (2019) suggested that night creams that are excellent for dry skin should have ingredients that help smooth, moisturize and level out the skin's texture, such as hyaluronic acid and emollients like squalene or oils. Maintaining a flexible and elastic skin will be easier with this method.

Skin That Is Oily And Prone To Acne

These people are more likely to have blocked pores and feel greasy in the morning if they have oily skin. Choose a product with a mild gel-cream texture to avoid additional blockage of pores and supplement the skin's moisture levels. Overcompensation might lead to even more oil on the face if you're using anti-acne or mattifying products in your skincare regimen. Adding ingredients like lactic or glycolic acid to a night lotion for oily skin may gently exfoliate and unclog pores.

Sensitive Skin

Using a night cream that soothes and restores the skin's barrier is critical for skin prone to redness, irritation, allergies, or extreme dryness during winter.

Skin Maturity

A night cream containing anti-aging chemicals may assist women in their mid-20s, even if they don't yet have wrinkles, fine lines, or dark patches on their skin. Pham et al.  (2008) reported that peptides, Vitamin A, and other collagen-enhancing ingredients are all options. Protect your body from free radical damage by supplementing with antioxidants vitamin A, vitamin C, and beta carotene.

To Help You Choose The Best Night Cream For Your Skin, Here Are A Few Things To Keep In Mind:

To avoid clogging your pores with excess oil, go for a non-greasy night cream. Alpha and beta hydroxy acids may also be included in the product. Hira et al.  (2021) advised consumers to look for a night cream with a non-comedogenic composition. Consider a night cream with a thick cream foundation if your skin is dry since this will help keep it moisturized. Your night cream should have natural components like aloe vera, honey, and essential oils by age twenty. Consider night creams containing active ingredients like retinol and collagen in your thirties. A night cream with ingredients including peptides, retinol, oils, ceramides, and soy extracts should be used by women in their forties to keep their skin looking and feeling fresh. Puffiness, wrinkles, and hyperpigmentation should all be combated with it. Extra-rich night creams formulated for older skin are critical for people in their fifties and sixties.

Conclusion

The bottom line is to spend a few minutes every night before you go to bed pampering your skin with some TLC. Make sure to use your night cream after cleansing and toning and applying your eye cream and serum. A healthy eight hours of uninterrupted sleep will allow your skin to get the pampering and nourishment it needs while you sleep. It is possible to wake up looking and feeling younger and more revitalized or to wake up with dull and lackluster-looking skin. Sleeping when all the hard work is done is the best time to seem younger and more rejuvenated.

References

Mohiuddin, A. K. (2019). Skin Care Creams: Formulation and Use. Dermatol Clin Res5(1), 238-271.

Hira Ghani, B. A., Rahman, R. K., Kevin Liu, D. O., & Stefani Cubelli, D. O. (2021). IN-DEPTH REVIEW.

Pham-Huy, L. A., He, H., & Pham-Huy, C. (2008). Free radicals, antioxidants in disease and health. International Journal of biomedical science: IJBS4(2), 89.

Sharma, B., & Sharma, A. (2012). Future prospect of nanotechnology in development of anti-ageing formulations. Int J Pharm Pharm Sci4(3), 57-66.

Skotarczak, K., Osmola-Mankowska, A., Lodyga, M., Polanska, A., Mazur, M., & Adamski, Z. (2015). Photoprotection: facts and controversies. Eur Rev Med Pharmacol Sci19(1), 98-112.