My Current Skincare Routine
I'm not sure whether I've ever done one of these posts but if I have it definitely hasn't been for a long time and there are a few recent purchases that I wanted to talk about.
I bought this a few weeks ago as I was looking for a good drugstore cleansing oil and had heard good things about this. It did not disappoint. Apparently it rivals the Clarins version. I love the pump applicator and I just squirt one drop onto my fingers and then massage onto my skin. It removes all my makeup, including waterproof mascara and then I just need to wash off with water and a muslin cloth or flannel.
After I've removed my makeup I either use a face wash or this scrub and it's amazing. It comes out like a clay substance and smells so fruity and zesty. My skin feels really smooth after use. The best thing about Arbonne products is that they're completely chemical free and vegan.
This is another good little supermarket find. I was doing my grocery shopping and looking for a toner and saw this one which is a rather large bottle and I think it was half price at the time so I thought I'd give it a try. When I use it, it makes my skin feel a lot fresher and cleaner.
Then I go in with my old fave, the Boots facial oil. I only use this of an evening but I find it really hydrates my skin as it can get quite dry. I also like the fact that it's a very natural product and gets my skin really glowing. I hated the idea of facial oils a year ago and now I can't get enough of them!
Lastly I go in with my moisturiser. I use this morning and night. the one I have is targeted at dry skin and is ultra hydrating but there are five different ones depending on your skin type. I wouldn't say my skin is really dry, it's more normal to dry but when it comes to moisturiser I like quite a thick one.
So that's my basic skincare routine. I do swap up the facial scrub with a facial wash every few days. I feel like my skin is the best it's been at the moment. I don't know whether that's down to diet, lifestyle or this skincare routine but everyone differs so it's important to find what works for you.