Take your make up off before bed, not only are you saving your bed sheets and pillow case from smudged eye makeup you are also saving you skin from pores clogging which can lead to break outs. For sensitive skin or anyone for that matter use a product without alcohol as this can irritate your eyes and is quite drying on your skin. I use Vaseline to remove my makeup and Bioderma Micelle solution which doesn't require water so it's perfect for those late nights and when you're time poor.
Cleansing washes away all the impurities and the days make up and there's nothing better than a clean, fresh face feeling. I use Elizabeth Arden Ceramide Replenishing Cleansing Oil as it's an oil it doesn't leave your face dry or tight it transforms into a milky lather and feels nourishing on my skin. Once a week I exfoliate with Aesop Tea Tree Leaf Facial Exfoliant it's a crushed powder of walnut shell, aloe vera and tea tree leaves this powder mixed with your cleanser polishes away tired surface cells and grime for that ultimate deep clean feel.
Hydration is key to achieving that healthy, radiant glow we're all after I usually mix this up and use a skin booster during the day as it's name suggests this boosts your skins natural defences and it's ability to renew skin and retain moisture. I'm a fan of Elizabeth Arden Super Start Skin Renewal Booster as it's light and soaks into the skin feeling refreshed and invigorated. At night I'll use a dry face oil like Nuxe, gently massage onto your face and neck and it feels enriching and isn't an oily feel, it's also suitable for the ends of your hair to give a subtle shine and for use all over your body for soft, supple skin.
Sun Protection is often forgotten and assumed an SPF 10 which is in most foundations is enough, but even on cloudy days the sun's harmful UV rays are ageing your skin. I use an SPF 30 sunscreen everyday (even when it's raining, it's a habit) my favourite is Le Tan Coconut Lotion as it smells like you're on vacation even though you are only heading to work.