If you’re not a morning person, I am right there with you. Am more than willing to press the snooze button and stay in bed for an extra 5 minutes. Or 30… On the bright side, I manage to leave home on time and always fully ready. I have to thank some products and tool for that.
Cleansing and conditioning your hair at the same time seems like a great way to save time. But have you ever tried these 2 in 1 shampoo and conditioner? I feel like they try, but in the end it’s neither good shampoo nor conditioner. Last year (or a year before?) Macadamia released a great time saving product – Macadamia Natural Oil Flawless 6 in 1 Cleansing Conditioner. You only need to apply 1-2 pumps to your hair and let it sit while you continue with your morning routine.
If you are as lazy about the scrub as I am, finding the one that foams up can not only save you the time spend on layering up, but give you a quick soft skin. Lets be honest, if such thing as foaming scrub wouldn’t exist, I more than likely wouldn’t use it. I am currently using nspa Raspberry Shower Scrub. It smells beautiful… And does the job.
I hate taking a shower, lotioning up and then waiting for it to sink in. It takes ages! Throwing a in-shower lotion into a routine can save you great amount of time. A great and budget friendly Nivea In Shower Body Moisturiser hydrates your skin and it remains super soft after you rinse it of and towel dry. And it only takes a minute!
Don’t forget to wash your face! And save time while doing that. Currently there are lots of multi-purpose face cleansers in the market. Right now I am using L’Oreal Paris Pure Zone Exfoliating Gel Wash. Saves you the time of washing your face and using manual scrub later. Another great one to dug out – Neutrogena Visibly Clear 2 in 1 Wash Mask. I like to apply it on my face and leave it while in the shower if I feel congested.
Lastly, once you are out of the shower, wrap your hair into a microfiber towel and allow it to soak up excess water. While you apply your skincare regimen, it will get your hair mostly dry, and all you have to do is to style it.
How do you save time in the morning? Any great tricks?