Antipodes Divine Face Oil* // £21.99
This mask makes my skin feel so refreshed, it’s fab for when my skin is just feeling very dull and dry. I like to add this into my morning routine as it really revives my skin and helps to make it feel fresh. I leave it on for around 10 minutes and it works by adding moisture back into my skin to keep it nice and supple.
The Body Shop Vitamin E Moisture Cream* // £13.00
Admittedly, I didn’t think this was an amazing product at first, but now I’ve changed my mind. I’ve been using this a lot lately under my makeup and it’s worked fab, it just makes my skin feel so smooth and provides me with a lovely silky base for underneath my foundation. A little bit goes a long way too, I really love the consistency of it!
Clinique Moisture Surge Intense Skin Hydrator* // £34.00
If there is one moisturiser I’d recommend for dry skin, it’s this one. I don’t see myself ever living without this now, not whilst I’m dealing with patches of dryness anyway. It’s the best moisturiser I’ve ever used that actually just eliminates every single dry patch on my face. It kind of says in the name that it’s an intense moisturiser, I just never expected it to work this well. I’m definitely up for adding some more clinique products to my collection now!
Too Faced Hangover Primer // £27.00
For an extra addition to help my makeup apply smoothly, I’ve been loving using the Too Faced Hangover Primer. It prolongs the wear of my base whilst also hydrating my skin. I usually apply this all over and then add some of my Rimmel Stay Matte Primer in the oily areas, it works a treat!