Skin Routine With Tree Hut Skincare
As I get older, the more I appreciate the skin I am in and the more aware I become for the care it deserves. Clear skin has always been a difficult thing for me to achieve most especially on times when I feel stressed and so worn out from a long day's work. Sometimes, starting my days with more water instead of coffee or trading in nights out for extra hours of beauty sleep aren't enough. While no two days are ever the same for me, I make sure that it consistently begins and ends with my skincare routine with Tree Hut Skincare in three simple steps.
After everyday's commute on the subway and walking in the harsh temperatures, my skin feels so dry and rough. It craves care and attention. I begin my nighttime skin routine by cleansing my face with the Polishing Facial Scrub.
Whether it's on no make-up or make-up days, I use this gentle, rose-scented exfoliating scrub to rejuvenate my skin. I really enjoy the texture of the jojoba esters against my skin. I really feel it scrubbing away any impurities and slowly removing any dead skin cells, leaving my skin silk and smooth to the touch.
The second step to my routine is further hydrating my face with the Renewing Night Cream. I first dot my face (like I would with my foundation) with this lightweight, chamomile-scented cream before really working it into my skin in a circular motion.
The formula helps soothe and helps improve the elasticity of my skin's texture. The roughness is lessened and my face feels moisturized. I appreciate the hints on botanical extracts in this product. The Chamomile and Sea Buckthorn are absorbed through the night and hydrates leaving my skin feeling fresh when I wake up.
Lastly, I treat my skin with the Hydrating Overnight Mask. For someone who is face mask-obsessed, I am excited about a face mask I can wear to sleep.
Unlike other masks I've tried that tend to have a wet consistency and leaves residue on the face, this one is made of gel and dries quickly onto the skin for a comfortable overnight use. I wake up the next day and pat it dry with a face towel. My skin feels soft and hydrated where it most needed.
I'm ready to begin a new day.