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What is your skincare routine and what products do you use ?

(15 Posts)
LardLizard Sat 13-Jan-18 09:15:27

I use a face wash, Garner something
I’ll check
Then number seven perfect and protect serum
And sometimes the day or night moisturisers too
(Not always though as sometimes think it gets my face too greasy )

thewanderer03 Sat 13-Jan-18 09:23:11

Body shop caomomile oil cleanser
Body shop vitamin e toner
Moisturiser
Exfoliation & hydrating masks oncd a week
Am thinking of changing it up slightly though, perhaps to the liz Earle hot cloth cleanser that is still haven't tried!

Slippery Sat 13-Jan-18 09:26:28

Mild soap, then Nivea hand cream. My skin is the only thing I'm ever complimented on.

celinequeen Sat 13-Jan-18 16:21:34

OM Pure Glow Cleanser
Algenist Genius Eye Cream
Sunday Riley U.F.O Oil
111Skin Black Diamond Serum
Glamglow Supermud mask (3 times a week)

user187656748 Sat 13-Jan-18 16:24:01

As a result of the M&S beauty calendar mine is now a lot better. I'm using all of the products regularly and have bought the full size liquid gold.

pollywollydoodle Sat 13-Jan-18 18:22:36

Clinique 3 steps for combi skin
A mud mask every now and again

I know people rave about it on here but I hated theLiz Earle hot cloth thing...too gunky for me

MiserableAsSin Sat 13-Jan-18 19:06:59

Caudalie oil cleanser to remove makeup
Prickly pear oil as a night cream
Elemis marine cream under makeup

Margomyhero Sat 13-Jan-18 19:10:43

Cetaphil wash morning and night

A.m Nivea soft
P.m. epiduo.

Nightmanagerfan Sat 13-Jan-18 19:31:53

Mostly the Ordinary products.

I use:

AM: Spritz with rosewater toner & wipe off with cotton wool pad
HA & B5 on still damp skin (this is important)
Niaciamide & Zinc
SPF 50 - I use a Japanese Nivea important that is very light and gel like
BB cream/make up

PM:
Hot cloth cleanse with Superdrug Pure hot cloth cleanser
Spritz with Rosewater toner & wipe off
[Twice a week Glycolic Acid 7% - very gently avoiding my cheeks as they react with stinging]
Buffet
Niacinamide & Zinc
[Twice a week, not same night as Glycolic acid, Granactive 2% in squalane]
Argan oil - patted into skin
[Wait 15 mins] Night cream

Prokupatuscrakedatus Sat 13-Jan-18 21:04:27

Hot and cold water,
a bit of Nivea at night and in cold or rough weather

omBreROSE Sat 13-Jan-18 22:22:39

Cleanse with jojoba oil
Then lavera cleanser
Buffet from TO
Rosehip oil

PM: jojoba
Lavera cleanser
Buffet
Squalene
Caffeine ( round eyes)
NMF from TO
;)

omBreROSE Sat 13-Jan-18 22:23:30

Sorry , that bottom one is my AM routine!

LockedOutOfMN Sat 13-Jan-18 22:33:14

In the mornings, I just splash a little cool or lukewarm water onto my face and then moisturise with L'Occitane Divine Immortelle cream.

In the evenings, I wash my face with No. 7 hot cloth cleanser in the shower. Once or twice a week I use a Vitamin E gentle and moisturising facial scrub and once a week I use a No. 7 intensive moisturising mask.

Then I apply No. 7 protect and perfect serum, followed by the night cream from the same range.

goose1964 Sat 13-Jan-18 22:55:30

Bee good honey & propolis cleanser and pond's anti aging cream when I remember. In my defense I have those genes so even though I'm in my 50s I only have fine wrinkles and no crows feet. Only have the anti aging cream because it was the only one in poundland

suze28 Sat 13-Jan-18 23:45:40

PM cleanse
Body Shop camomile butter to remove makeup
Neal's Yard Wild Rose Balm for second cleanse
TO rosehip oil
AM cleanse
Philosophy purity cleanser in the shower
TO buffet
TO HA
TO NMF
Eve Lom primer
Then foundation which is currently either Lancôme Teint Idole or YSL Touché Eclat
A couple of times a week in the evening I use TO 2% retinoid

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