Generally speaking I keep things simple with my skin. I think it's important not to change around your routine too frequently but instead stay with one product for a month or at least a couple of weeks before changing to give your skin time to adapt and start gaining some benefit from it.
|Left to Rigth: St Ives Apricot Scrub, No. 7 Night Cream, Rodial Cleanser, Clarins Moisturiser, Muslim Cloth, Johnson's Face Wipes, Simple Moisture Cream|
In the Evening:
Rodial Glamtox Cleanser - I have been using this product for about a month now and absolutely love it. I gel like formula that I smear all over my face and make-up whilst it's still dry in the evening, I then use a muslim cloth heated in warm water to cleanse, gently exfoliate and remove everything on my face in the evening. I will be writing a more indepth review about this amazing product soon.
No. 7 Night Cream - Normal/Dry - After I have cleansed I alternate between using this and the Simple Sun-Kissed Cream. I've had this product for almost 3 months now it's near the end but I absolutely love it. Sinks in well and helps give my skin the extra boost it needs to keep moisturised.
In the Morning:
Johnsons Daily Essentials Nourising Wipes - It's probably wrong to have this much love for a simple face wipe.. but the Johnsons Nourising range are incredible. They aren't too harsh and are what I reach for in the morning to wake my skin up and make sure my skin is nice and clean for the start of the day.
Clarins Daily Energizer Cream - I never ever go a day without putting moisturiser on my skin at the start of it. Although designed for drier skin, this one is surprisingly light on the skin and gives a perfect base for make-up. Will be investing in something slightly richer soon though as the weather gets harsher. I have already written a blog post about this here.
St Ives Apricot Scrub - Gentle - Using a muslim cloth means my skin gets gently exfoliated, however once a week I use this gentle exfoliator just to really clear my skin and make it feel as though every bit of product is really out of my pores. I mentioned this item a while ago when I first discovered it here.
Simple Sun-Kissed Skin - Not really a skin care item, but something I use quite regularly is this little face tinter. I apply it probably three times a week after I've cleansed in the evening, just to give my skin the slighest bit of natural colour. Again I have written about this item here if you want to find out more about what I think of it.
What skin products do you use? Do you have any recommendations for a good winter moisturiser?