Morning or Night - Skincare routine order

Morning or Night - Skincare routine order

Our skin is the largest organ in our body and it functions as a barrier against all sorts of environmental aggressors like pollution and UV rays. It's important to take care of our skin so that it can stay healthy and look its best. A good skincare routine will help to keep your skin looking youthful and radiant.

The first step to a good skincare routine is identifying your skin type. This will help you to know which products and ingredients are best for your skin.

The order in which you use each product in your skincare routine is just as important as your skin type in determining which products you needed. Your morning routine should be a little bit different from your evening regimen for the best results.

Does your skincare routine order really matter?

The effectiveness of products on your skin is influenced by the order in which you apply them. In general, for both morning and evening routines, you should follow cleansing with the lightest to the heaviest application of products. Additionally, always read and follow the usage directions, regardless of the product.

Morning routine:

You fight off the impacts of free radicals all day long whether you realise it or not. Some free radicals are produced as a consequence of metabolism whereas others are caused by environmental contaminants. Your skin's structure could be harmed by these unstable chemicals. A morning skincare routine should comprise a few fundamentals.


  • Cleanse

Using a cleanser is the first step in any skin care routine. Cleansing is the very first step in any skincare routine. It's important to cleanse your to remove all the dirt, oil and makeup that has accumulated on your skin throughout the day. 


  • Moisturiser

The next step is to moisturise your skin. Moisturising is important as it helps to keep your skin hydrated and prevents dryness. We love to use a hydrating facial oil that will provide the ultimate nourishment and hydration for both oily and acne prone skin and dry, sensitive skin.


  • Serums & Treatments

The last step is to apply serums or treatments. Serums contain active ingredients that target specific concerns like fine lines, wrinkles, dark spots, etc. There are a variety of serums available, so choose one that is suitable for your skin type and concern. You can also use a treatment product like a face mask or an exfoliating treatment once or twice a week.




  • Sunscreen

Sunscreen is the most important step in any skincare routine, but it is often forgotten about. It's important to wear sunscreen every day, even if you're not spending time in the sun. Sunscreen will help to protect your skin from the harmful UV rays which can cause premature aging and wrinkles. Choose a sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30 and apply it every morning.

Night routine:

Your skin has slightly different needs at night than it does in the morning. Again, to get rid of grime, oil, and makeup, you need to cleanse well. Your skin will, however, remain comparatively protected over the course of seven to ten hours at night. Because they will stay in contact with the skin longer and penetrate deeper, now is the time to apply specialised skin treatments and thicker moisturisers.

  • Cleanse

Your morning cleanser will work well for nighttime use too. It's important to cleanse your face twice a day, in the morning and at night, to remove all the dirt, oil and makeup that has accumulated on your skin throughout the day. Begin with an oil-based cleanser, which removes oil-based cosmetics like sunscreen and makeup, and is followed by a water-based cleanser, which is more effective against sweat and bacteria.

  • Serum

While you sleep, a nightly serum provides your skin with additional care. The capacity of your skin to restore itself at night can be enhanced with a serum. We recommend uplighting your skincare routine to a complete anti-aging routine that is going to hydrate, repair and help rebuild collagen.


  • Moisturiser

Use the same product you used in the morning. You may use a product that contains SPF in the morning and a richer, more hydrating product at night, depending on your skin type, or you could use the same product morning and night.

  • Eye cream

you can use a eye treatment to help brighten and hydrate the area, like our Eye Serum. It uses a rich blend of key, organic oils rich in essential plant-based lipids, free fatty acids and ceramides to nourish, soften and plump the dry, thin skin in this area. These combine with a proprietary mix of high-potency plant-based extracts – rich in antioxidants and vital phytonutrients to restore optimum health to the undereye including Calendula, Camelia, Green-tea, Chamomile, Passionflower, Papaya, Canaga Blossom, Boswelia.



  • Twice a week exfoliation

Exfoliation is important as it helps to remove dead skin cells from the surface of your skin. This will help to brighten your complexion and allow your skincare products to work better. You should exfoliate once or twice a week, depending on your skin type. There are two types of exfoliants: physical exfoliants (like scrubs) and chemical exfoliants (like AHAs and BHAs).

Physical exfoliants are more suitable for people with oily skin, while chemical exfoliants are better for people with dry or sensitive skin.

On the other hand, chemical exfoliants are more gentle and can be used more frequently. 

Take a look at our recommendations, for oily, acne prone skin and dry, sensitive skin.