Lush Vanishing Cream. Bioderma Micelle Solution. Origins A Perfect World White Tea Skin Guardian. Lush Breath of Fresh Air.
I've been trying to keep up with a consistent skincare routine and properly cleanse, tone and moisturise every morning and night. My skin hasn't been too difficult recently, but it can be very oily on my t-zone and the oil can lead to spots, especially if I don't remove my makeup very well. There are four products in my current routine that really help keep my skin in good condition.
To remove my makeup there is nothing I can compare to Bioderma Micelle Solution (£9.99 for 250ml). Although it is meant to be for normal to dry skin types it's never caused my skin to break out like other products have in the past; it just perfectly cleanses away makeup and impurities without irritating either my skin or eyes. I do however cleanse my face after using it even though it says non-rinse, as I like to really thoroughly cleanse my skin and exfoliate most days as I wear fake tan.
I then like to spray my face with Breath of Fresh Air from Lush (£7.50 for 250g), it's fantastic for refreshing the skin, helping to lock in moisture and also tones without tightness. I either spray this on and then leave to dry before applying my serum or I apply it using a cotton wool pad to help wipe off any traces of cleanser.
Origins White Tea Skin Guardian (£34 for 30ml) is a product I bought quite a while ago but have only just started using religiously. It's an anti-ageing product that gives a smooth finish to the skin. I can't say much for how well it fights ageing (maybe check back in a few years) but it's certainly a product I really enjoy using and if it helps to prevent aging, i'm happy!
Finally I apply Vanishing Cream (£17.75) which is marketed as a 'low fat moisturiser that disappears into the skin'. It is perfect for oily/combination skin types as it gives just the right amount of hydration to combat any dryness while also being light enough that it doesn't cause the skin to become oily throughout the day. It is the best moisturiser I've tried and I have repurchased it at least five times.
What are your favourite skincare products?