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Beauty products: The best overnight products

Beauty 101: The best overnight products

Target area: Hair What it is: An intense hair treatment that hydrates, nourishes, repairs and protects your strands in one restful go. Why we love it: Who doesn’t love waking up with runway ready locks? Aside from the obvious end result–and the fact that all hair types can use it–this product is a great option when you don’t have time to spend on your hair. PHYTO Secret de Nuit Intense Hydration Regenerating Night Cream ($40), select salons across Canada, Jean Coutu, Sephora and sephora.ca.   Hairstylist secrets: 7 tips for great hair

Image by: ELLECanada.com By: Michelle Sammut Source: Courtesy of PHYTO

Beauty products: The best overnight products

Beauty 101: The best overnight products

Target area: Face What it is: A ‘sleep elixir’ that refreshes tired a complexion by replenishing moisture and oxygen to your cells. Why we love it: In a perfect world, we’d be in bed at a reasonable hour, clock at least 8 hours of sleep a night and would always wake up looking radiant. Thanks to real life circumstances (girl’s night), this isn’t always possible. That’s where this elixir comes in: apply it before your head hits the pillow and wake up with a fresh face. Guerlain Midnight Secret Late Night Recovery Treatment ($140), at Guerlain counters, sephora.com and guerlain.com.   Face serums 101: The key to glowing skin

Image by: ELLECanada.com By: Michelle Sammut Source: Courtesy of Guerlain

Beauty products: The best overnight products

Beauty 101: The best overnight products

Target area: Eyes What it is: A concentrated formula that works exactly the way an eye cream should: reduces fine lines, puffiness and dark-circles. Why we love it: Since the area under your eyes can be extremely sensitive, it’s important that the products you use contain gentle, yet effective, ingredients.  This formula is free of parabens, fragrance, mineral oil and silicones. And since it’s non-migrating, you won’t wake up with eye cream on the rest of your face (it happens). Kiehl’s Since 1851 Midnight Recovery Eye ($38), at Kiehl’s and kiehls.ca.   Beauty Trends: Fall 2013’s prettiest eyes

Image by: ELLECanada.com By: Michelle Sammut Source: Courtesy of Kiehl's Since 1851

Beauty products: The best overnight products

Beauty 101: The best overnight products

Target area: Face What it is: A lotion that helps improve the appearance of blemish-prone, damaged skin. Why we love it: Skin can be temperamental and sometimes you need a skilled combatant on your side. This lotion targets existing and future blemishes with the power of organic, fair trade tea tree oil, a natural antibacterial astringent. The Body Shop Tea Tree Blemish Fade Night Lotion ($18), at The Body Shop and thebodyshop.ca.   Skin care 101: The benefits of face masks

Image by: ELLECanada.com By: Michelle Sammut Source: Courtesy of The Body Shop

Beauty products: The best overnight products

Beauty 101: The best overnight products

Target area: Face What it is: A de-aging cream that mends the look of lines and wrinkles. Why we love it:  Ageing is, of course, a natural biological phenomenon, but there are external factors that influence how quickly the process happens to your skin. This cream, which lists various tealeaf extracts as ingredients, works overtime to keep skin looking firm and youthful. Clinique Repairwear intensive Night Cream ($64), at Clinique counters, The Bay, Sephora and sephora.ca.   Anti-aging skin care: Your new routine

Image by: ELLECanada.com By: Michelle Sammut Source: Courtesy of Clinique

Beauty products: The best overnight products

Beauty 101: The best overnight products

Target area: Lips What it is: A balm treatment to help moisturize your lips. Why we love it: No matter the weather in this country, our lips are always the first to suffer. This overnight treatment works wonders to restore order and give us baby soft lips we can coat in our favourite fall shade. Bath & Body Works My Favourite Night Balm Lip Treatment ($7.50), at Bath and Body Works and bathandbodyworks.com.   GALLERY: 50 + fall lip colours

Image by: ELLECanada.com By: Michelle Sammut Source: Courtesy of Bath & Body Works

Beauty products: The best overnight products

Beauty 101: The best overnight products

Target area: Body What it is: An all over body cream packed full of extracts like sacred lotus (which calms inflammation), red algae (helps to reduce excess water retention) and lavender (our favourite skin soother). Why we love it: Meant to help firm those pesky trouble areas we all seem to have, this cream keeps us feeling good after an evening workout and a hot shower. Bliss FatGirlSleep ($45), at Sephora and sephora.ca.   GALLERY: The best cleansing milks for your skin

Image by: ELLECanada.com By: Michelle Sammut Source: Courtesy of Bliss
 
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