Saturday, 20 January 2018

Current Night Time Skincare Routine

Hey!
It's been a while since I've shared my skincare routine and in the last 10 months. I am one of those people who once as I find something that works I'll use it until it stops doing what I want it to. Some products have changed and some have stayed for years. I am not one of those bloggers who spend loads of money on skincare, student life, but I like to find things that help my skin do its thing. I am sharing my nighttime routine as it is way more exciting than my morning one.

Firstly, I use my Cleanse Off Mitt or its Penneys dupe to remove any makeup from my skin then I go in with Superdrug Vitamin E Hot Cloth Cleanser for my second cleanse. I much prefer this cleanser compared to the others I've tried in the past. It smells amazing, like the whole range and my skin doesn't feel dry after using it. It is also a very affordable range with the cleanser only £5!

Next, I spritz Superdrug Vitamin E Hydrating Mist all over my face and let it soak in. Since it is still January and central heating is on full blast, I always like to make sure my skin is well moisturised. I use this spray during the day if my skin is feeling a little thirsty.

Onto the last Superdrug Vitamin E product I own, Moisture Boost Facial Serum. I use one pump all around my face but mainly focusing on my forehead and cheeks. I find that my skin feels much more plump and less dry when I use this.

I use coconut oil as my moisturiser, I find that my skin reacts to coconut oil very well when I use it and normally doesn't cause me any bother. I take a small amount and warm it up between my palms and massage it into my skin.

If my skin is having a bad day or a stressful day I usually pull out Lush's Grease Lightning Spot Treatment, I put a pump onto my hand and dot it around the pest and leave it overnight to work its magic. If the breakout isn't as bad I use La Roche Posay Effaclar Duo, everyone and their dog has used this at some stage, I dab a small amount around my breakout area normally my chin.

I exfoliate once a week with Sukin Revitalising Facial Scrub. It doesn't make my skin feel raw or sensitive after using it and it smells amazing.

Onto a little pampering, I'm currently using Lush's Bunny Moon and Mask of Magnaminty. They aren't my holy grail ones but I enjoy using them. I also keep a stock of sheet masks and sachet masks for when I run out of Lush ones. Currently I have ones from Primark and Superdrug.

What's in you skincare routine?

Thanks for being awesome,


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