Naomi Campbell in the towel series by Mario Testino
Sleeping with make-up on will leave you with clogged pores which may lead to break-outs. Supplied pic of Nontando Mposo 

Sleeping with make-up on is a no-no. Beauty experts and my mother have drilled this into my head since I started using make-up. However, sometimes, late nights of partying or tiredness at the end of a long day often mean that washing my face will be too much of an effort. This results in me sleeping with my make-up on or simply wiping my face with fragrance-free and moisturising wet wipes before hitting the pillow.

Here is a list of products that I’m currently using for my night regime.

Sleeping with make-up on will leave you with clogged pores which may lead to break-outs.

I cleanse my face with the Celltone Spot Control Wash (R200). Formulated for acne-prone skin, the gel wash leaves my face feeling clean.

After cleansing, I use the Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream All-Over Miracle Oil (R221) or use the Lancome Advanced Genifique Sensitive Dual Concentrate (R772.45).

Once a week I use the Celltone Facial Mask (R149.90) to hydrate and restore collagen on my skin.



The Lancome Advanced Genifique Sensitive Dual Concentrate: I love how my skin feels baby soft and hydrated after applying this face serum.



Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream All-Over Miracle Oil: This is by far my favourite all-over oil. Infused with tsubaki oil, an ultra-hydrating ingredient that works to deliver long-lasting moisture, it leaves my face looking radiant, moisturised and with a healthy glow.