Tuesday, 27 October 2015

Autumn Skincare

I start out by taking off all my makeup using Garnier's Micellar Cleansing Water. I've used this for ages and included it in a previous skincare post. It's gentle and does a brilliant job at removing all traces of the days grime! I then massage Ren's Hot Cloth Cleanser onto my face and remove with a warm muslin cloth. Sometimes I'll give it a second go if I had a particularly heavy face of makeup.

If I'm not fake tanning I will give my face a spritz of Lush Breath of Fresh Air, then apply Boots Cucumber eye gel and finally Lush Vanishing Cream to my face. The Lush toner makes my face feel refreshed, but I'm not sure if it does a lot other than that. I prefer to use Vanishing Cream on my face at night as opposed to a specifically made night cream because all the ones I've tried are so heavy! As for the eye gel, it's pretty cheap but does a good job at soothing tired eyes.

In the morning I use Nivea Refreshing Facial Wash which is for normal/combination skin. It can be a bit drying so I prefer to only use it once a day as I don't like to strip my face of natural oils - I believe that's a cause of many breakouts! After I spritz with Lush Breath of Fresh Air, apply Boots Cucumber eye gel and then use Nivea Day Cream for normal/combination skin. I love this cream as it contains spf15, leaves no oily residue and costs about £2 on offer. 

For those days I have hideous skin I use Ren's Clarimatte Invisible Pores Detox Mask. This face mask is great for getting your skin perfectly clean but doesn't dry it out. Not sure whether it's claim to reduce the appearance of pore size is true though...I will have to pay a bit more attention next time I use it!

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