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How often do you feel exhausted by the time you need to take your make up off and get ready for bed? Sometimes we don't want to get off the sofa only because we're too tired for the next part of our journey up the stairs and into the bathroom.
In an ideal world we'd set aside plenty of time to get ready for bed and on Sunday nights it's possible to pamper in a hot bath and the take the papers to bed. But in real life, loading the dishwasher, replying to that email, calling so-and-so back and getting ready for tomorrow can mean a late night.
If you think you're likely to be heading to bed late or you're already dog tired, I suggest embarking on your evening wind down ritual earlier rather than later so that embarking on a flossing session will seem less like climbing Kilimanjaro.
Once you've had supper, head to the bathroom and clean your teeth and floss etc. The fresh minty taste should put you off snacking if you're a late night snacker. Then, take your time to cleanse, tone and moisturise and throw in any microfoliants and serums at this point. There, you're done for the evening. You can massage your night cream or oil in - your skin will love you for this.
Now you're ready for bed and free to get on with your evening errands. The only downside to this that I can see is being make up free all evening...but it is really nice to be able to flop into bed without the hoo ha.