1-Wash your face at night.. Over the course of the day, makeup, dirt, and oil build up on your face. Make cleansing your skin part of your bedtime routine.
-Use makeup remover. Not only does this prevent it from clogging up your pores and causing breakouts while you sleep, it also stops you from smearing bacteria on your pillow — where it can get into your skin night after night.
-Use a gentle soap. Remember that you want to clean your skin, not completely strip it of all oils ,if it feels tight and dry after washing, you're using something too strong.
-Avoid the eye area,Rinse off by splashing water on your face about 10 splashes,Pat dry. Don't roughly rub your skin dry with a towel. Instead, dry it with small, gentle pats or let it air dry.
2-Apply toner. A toner removes excess oil and dirt from your skin that the soap missed, in addition to closing your pores. Not everyone needs to use a toner, but some people find it helpful.
3-Smooth on some moisturizer. Using lotion in the morning acts as a primer for your makeup, helping it "stick" to your face throughout the day. Moisturizing at night helps your skin repair itself and stave off wrinkles. Bottom line, it's one of the best things you can do for glowing skin over the long term.
4-Exfoliate once a week. If your skin tends to be dry and flaky, a weekly exfoliation can clear out dead skin cells.
5-Protect your skin from the sun. Avoid leathery, tough skin by applying a light sunscreen every time you plan to be outside