The one person we go to for all our burning beauty questions (like, “do I really need a separate AM and PM routine? Answer: Yes.), is none other than PureWow’s senior beauty editor, Jenny Jin. So in the name of glowing skin (and to satisfy our own shameless curiosity), we asked her to dish on her nightly beauty routine. Lucky for us, she was more than willing to share. Read on to see exactly what she does to prep for a night of beauty rest. 

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Step 1: One Love Organics Oil Cleanser

“I start my nightly skincare routine with this oil cleanser. It breaks down all traces of makeup and doesn't leave my face stripped dry. Just make sure to apply it to dry skin, massage it in and rinse clean for the best results.”

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Step 2: Drunk Elephant Glycolic Night Serum

“I've been using this glycolic serum for years because it keeps my skin clear and bright. I can tell if I stop using it for a few days; everything starts to look dull. Side note: I alternate between this and the Marie Veronique Intensive Repair Serum when my skin is breaking out.”

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Step 3: Indie Lee Squalane Facial Oil

“Good to the very last drop. This is a well-priced face oil that's especially great for combination skin because it's not too heavy and absorbs quickly. Two to three drops will cover your entire face and it layers wonderfully under any creams (or makeup).”

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Step 4: Goop Perfecting Eye Cream

“It's rich and emollient without feeling too thick. I.e. Spreads like a damn dream. Also, I like that it’s unscented and doesn't irritate my sensitive eyes.”

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Step 5: Biossance Squalane + Probiotic Gel Moisturizer

“Squalane is a super hydrating molecule that our body naturally produces, but like everything else, it decreases as we age. Womp womp, I know. Thankfully, there are plant-derived versions that are readily available like this one (and the Indie Lee oil I mentioned above). On occasion, I swap in the Belif Aqua Bomb Sleeping Mask when I need an extra boost (aka when the lines on my forehead are looking more pronounced than usual).”

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Step 6: Lavender Aromas

“And finally, right as I get into bed, I spritz the air with some Fig and Yarrow Moon Mist or light the Uma Calm Candle to set the mood. Both have lavender in them, which helps me relax for a more restful night of sleep.”

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