For people with sleeping issuse like sleep apnea you might find it difficult to have a effective skincare routine because you sleep through the day. I have sleep apnea my self and struggle with hormornal dehydrated skin.
I can go to sleep at 11pm and not wake up till 2pm the next day so adding suncreen to my routine doesnt feel worth the effort. although… the evidance shows you should definatly add sunscreen to your face after moisturizer no matter what, you shouldnt skip!.
You loose the most amount of water from your skin when you are sleeping (eperdermal water loss) so over sleeping can cause dry/dehydrated skin.
Make sure you drink plenty of water before you go to sleep its suggested to have 8 glasses of water per day. also to cut down of caffine and refined sugar switch to alternatives like matcha or chai tea.
wake yourself up with a cool shower as soon as you wake up then moisturise get dressed brush you teeth est
I keep my routine as basic as possible Ive tried adding vitamin C and retinol but they seem to make my skin dry and irrated.
I suggest either cerave hydrating cleanser or the la roche posey milky cleanser.
First aid beauty oat soothing toner
Neautrogena hydro gel moisturizer
Gurru 50 + Spf … only suncreen I own
Night time skincare routine
I use squarline cleanser by the ordinary or ultra balm by lush
I use CeaVe Hydrating Cleanser
toner chemical Exfoliator
like the ordinary or Pixi glow tonic
Serum for my dehydrated skin
Hylaranic acid or Aloe vera
I go for vasaline or CeraVe Cream Moisturizer and add a Honey face mask