Here’s What Derms Have to Say About Skipping Your Morning Skin-Care Routine
In the new normal of sheltering at home, everyday morning routines have been supplanted by the snooze button, attempts to cram in uninterrupted work time before the kids awaken, or by any number of other irregularities caused by these abnormal circumstances. As a result, the wider public is now testing a premise that we freelancers have been challenging all along: If a work-from-homer neglects regular hygiene and no one is around to see it, does it matter?
“The general difference between an a.m. routine and p.m. routine is that the morning products are geared towards protection from the elements and the nighttime routine is geared toward repair and rebuilding,” explains dermatologist Michele Farber, MD, of Schweiger Dermatology Group in New York City. “It’s therefore important to keep some aspects of a morning and nighttime routine.”
Source: Well + Good – Here’s What Derms Have to Say About Skipping Your Morning Skin-Care Routine By, Erin Bunch