Current.Skincare.Routine


Hello Lovelies!
Whilst looking through my past posts, I realised that i've never really told you guys much about my skin care routine, and what products I use. I love reading these kinds of posts on other blogs, so thought I would give it a bash at doing one of my own.
I love my current skin care routine and plan on keeping it like this for a while. Although, knowing me and my ridiculous shopping habits, I'll have a whole new routine in a few weeks, using all the new purchases i'll have made. Oops. I have recently ordered the Emma Hardie Cleansing Balm off feelunique, and can't wait to try it!
Enough rambling anyway, let's get onto the actual point of this post..
Firstly, (if my hair isn't already) I put all my hair up into a messy bun on top of my head, and use a wide fabric alice band to keep the front of my hair, out of my face. I HATE getting my hair wet whilst doing my skin care, strange I know, but I don't like it clinging to my face and eugh. anyway..
I then soak two cotton pads in Bioderma; and use the first to wipe over my eyes and remove any traces of makeup (if I have any on that day), I then use the second pad to wipe all over my face and neck.
Pumping two lots of  Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish; into my hands, I then gently massage it into my face and neck. I do this for a few minutes (I find it really relaxing), before polishing it off using a muslin cloth that has been ran under hand-hot water. I then splash my face using cold water, just to give my skin that little extra boost! I dab my skin dry, using a hand towel.
Using my LUSH Tea Tree Toner Water; I spritz a cotton pad, with a generous amount of product, and then wipe it all over my face and neck. Concentrating on any problem areas. It leaves my skin feeling and looking very fresh.
I use one of my fingers to get a dollop of Nivea Vasage Pure & Natural Moisturising Cream; and apply it over my face, neck and sometimes onto my chest. I don't really have a favourite moisturiser and just buy whatever I feel like/whatever is on offer. But the Nivea moisturiser is really hydrating and fresh.
If i'm unfortunate enough to have any nasty red evil spots on my face, or ones about to rear it's hideous head. I apply a squeeze full of my Origins Super Spot Remover; to a cotton bud and dab it onto the spot/spots (if i'm really unlucky!) It makes the area feel really tight and it dries abit crusty. When I wake up in the morning the spot has shrunk in size and is no where near as red as it was the night before. It clears up any spots really well and as you only need a small amount, the product will last for an age! When it does run out however, I will definitely be picking it up again!