Today I would like to share with you my skin care routine. I'm not a cosmetic freak but my face is the most important part which I always try to keep in best condition. To be honest, I've got a lot imprefections on my face. When I was tenager, I've been thinking that would pass when I will be older, but it's not. Furthermore my skin is really oil last two years and I still try to fight with this problem as well. Matching cosmetics for my skin is therefore more difficult. But! I've always tried to keep my skin care simple. I'm not this kind of person who likes to have milions products. I'm rather minimalist.
In the evening first step is Brightening Hot Cloth Cleanser. It's might be wird for some of you because I'm not using any make up remover before I wash my face. But I found it better for my skin that is why I always try to remove all my make up with hot cloth cleanser.
You can buy this product on sale for 5 pounds at Boots. I would reccomend this if you like hot cloth cleanser products. It's cheaper equivalent for Liz Earle.
Next step in my routine is micellar cleansing water from Garnier.
I'm always use this product to make sure that my make up was properly removed. Before, I used to use Loreal micellar water but now I wanted to try something different.
When my skin is already clean I apply night cream by Nivea.
It's a anti-wrinkle product by for me prevention is better than cure even if I'm only 23 :)
And this is all for my evening routine. Now time for morning, which is even more simple than evening routine.
In the morning first step is a purifying. After all night with my night cream which is really nourishing,
I need to gently clean my face. The best product for that is La Roche Posay Effaclar gel for oily sensitive skin. When my skin is clean, I'm using La Roche Posay Serozinc which is great for cleansing and soothing my skin.
And the last step of my morning skin care routine is hydrating cream Avene Hydrance Optimale.
That's the "big" secret of my skin care routine :) Of course I still test some new products but I didn't find anything better for now. I prefere to stick with my favourite products for longer.
If you have used any of this products, let my know what you think about it. Share your tips how to "fight" with imperfections! :)