The result is that night creams are often richer, thicker, or heavier than day creams.
Of course, we don’t mind much, since most of us don’t wear makeup to bed, and the cream is usually absorbed by the time we wake up.
Will using a night cream in the morning cause a calamity? The worst that could happen is that your skin will feel greasier than normal and won’t be protected from the sun.
Likewise, a day cream used at night will still provide some moisture and support, but your skin probably won’t get a full range of anti-aging and moisturizing ingredients.
As long as you’re protected from the sun during the day, it’s up to you to decide what fits your skin and your pocketbook.
Around the globe, across cultures, and throughout history, one physical feature has stood out as consistently correlated with attractiveness in females: waist-hip-ratio (WHR).
Creams like Clinique Moisture Surge Extended Thirst Relief () or Philosophy Hope in a Jar () can be great choices for young, healthy skin or for women with sensitive skin who want to use the minimum number of products.
The "right" balance promotes both health and low WHR.Indeed, in both males and females, a low WHR does correlate reasonably well with cardiovascular health and longevity, while a high WHR puts us at greater risk for diabetes and even autoimmune diseases and cancer.While the average ratio is different in men and women, the correlation to health holds.Another reason is that the addition of too many active ingredients in one product can sometimes reduce their effectiveness.(, Boscia Oil-free Daily Hydration SPF 15; .50, La Roche-Posay Anthelios SX Daily Moisturizer) Night Moves Nighttime is when skin does its heavy lifting.