After posting Beautycounter Morning Routine: How to Take Care of Your Skin in Your 30s, it sounds like a lot of you are also interested in starting a good night time routine. If you’re new to a skin care routine altogether, I always recommend starting with AM or PM so that you don’t overwhelm yourself with too many new steps and products.
There are plenty of variations for skin regimens, including the infamous 12-step Korean beauty regimen that was all the rage for a hot minute until people figured out that that might not be the most sustainable routine to incorporate into their daily lives. I follow Beautycounter’s regimen because it’s only 4 steps: Cleanse, Prep, Treat, Protect. You can always add more products in, but these four steps are a really good baseline.
Check out this night time routine: