5 Myths About A Night Cream

by Uniqaya Lifestyle

Beauty sleep isn’t just an old wives’ tale. When we sleep, we get busy in regenerating and repairing the cells, especially during the rapid eye movement. After you cleanse and restore the cleanliness from your face, it is important to restore one’s skin with a night cream. Here are five common myths about a night cream:

Myth1: Day and night cream are the same thing:

They both are not similar in the least. A day cream is much more light and contains SPF to protect oneself from the sun. While some sunscreens can clog pores, using them at night isn’t ideal. On the other hand, night creams are basically designed for skin’s hydration and replenishment.

Myth2: I’m too young for a night cream:

If you think you’re too young for a night cream, you should think again. The production of collagen which helps in maintaining one’s skin begins to decrease as early as the age of 25. That’s why it’s important to have night creams which contain ingredients, such as Vitamin C, collagen, Co Q-10, and hyaluronic acid. Adding a night cream to your skincare routine can help you replenish your skin cells in your 20s.

I’m too young for a night cream

Myth3: Night cream is a marketing ploy from the beauty business:

A night cream isn’t just a product that the marketing industries have created to mint money from the consumers. A night cream really does work wonders when it comes to consistent cleansing, a nutritious diet, and proper hydration.

Myth4: A night cream doesn’t actually do anything much:

Whenever we sleep, our skin actually tends to lose moisture. A night cream is a richer, thicker, and heavier formula designed to hydrate and support aging skin. It contains ingredients which hydrate slowly over several hours, like hyaluronic acid to help with the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Your complexion also tends to improve tremendously.

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Myth5: A night cream only works if it is expensive:

One of the biggest myths about skin care is that if a product is more expensive, it tends to be better in terms of quality. A good night cream isn’t judged by the price, it is actually judged by its quality, consistency and essential fatty acids. It should also have a good moisture level and optimum ingredients.

Conclusion

Uniqaya’s night repair cream contains special ingredients such as baobab oil, Kakadu plum, kiwi fruit extract and perfection peptide. It helps in hydrating, brightening and moisturizing one’s skin. It is not tested on animals and is non-sulphate, non-comedogenic and parabens free. It helps in fighting ageing, repairs skin and no toxic chemicals. It is also dermatologically tested and is suitable for all skin types. It facilitates oxygenation of the skin, thereby offering luminous skin and improves blood circulation.


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