A Few Skincare Favourites.

A roundup of some of the skincare products I’ve been loving lately…

As requested, I’ve rounded up a few of the skincare products that I’ve been using religiously lately. My skincare stash has grown so much over the past couple of months and most of it has been free gifts and PR samples so I’ve had plenty to try out! I started to get really into my skincare products towards the end of last year so I love how many new products I’ve gained since then. I have a lot of samples and miniatures so I may do a post specifically for my samples stash too!
Clinique Redness Solutions Daily Relief Cream* // £40.00
I really hate how much redness I get around my T-Zone area so I added this to my morning routine as well as my night time routine because it says to use twice a day – and I’ve noticed SUCH a difference already. I’ve been using it for a few weeks now and my redness is nowhere near as bad as it was before. I’m super happy with the results this has given me, it’s so worth the price tag!
Clinique Moisture Surge Intense Skin Fortifying Hydrator* // £34.00
I have combination skin but it’s been leaning more on the dry side lately and this moisturiser just does wonders for my skin. I usually apply it on a night so that it has all night to sink in, but some mornings I wake up and my face feels so dry that I end up using it before applying my makeup too. It really lives up to its name and intensely moisturises the skin because my face feels amazing afterwards.

Oskia Renaissance Mask // £49.50
I got a free sample of this mask with a recent beauty order and it’s a buttery balm that’s designed to give you a luminous, radiant and blemish free complexion. I’ve only used it a couple of times but I absolutely love how my skin looks and feels afterwards. It also smells like turkish delight which I absolutely love, I can’t get enough of the scent!

Hannes Dóttir Seamasque // £79.00
This is another sample I received with my Cult Beauty order that I’ve almost used up, I’m obsessed with this mask. It smells like minty toothpaste which isn’t my favourite scent but I can get past that because I love how it exfoliates my skin and makes it so supple. It’s very hydrating too, a lovely bedtime treat!

Omorovicza Thermal Cleansing Balm // £48.00
I absolutely love this balm for cleansing all my makeup off, it’s bloody fab for removing every single trace. A tiny bit goes a long way and I just can’t recommend it enough for removing layers of makeup.

Aurelia Cell Revitalise Night Moisturiser // £52.00
For a lovely thick night moisturiser, I’ve been loving this one by Aurelia. It just feels so luxurious and I do like to mix up my night moisturisers but I use this one the most. It’s not greasy whatsoever but it’s incredibly moisturising, definitely a must have for combination skin!

Elizabeth Grant Wonder Effect Night Concentrate* // £25.99
I’ve been after a night concentrate for ages now and after being sent this one, I couldn’t wait to try it out. I hadn’t heard of this brand before but this stuff is fab, It helps to hydrate my skin and just makes me feel so lovely and fresh on a morning. I love having this in my night time routine.

NARS Gentle Oil-Free Eye Makeup Remover* // £18.50
Theeeeeee best eye makeup remover, ever. It takes one cotton pad to remove all of my eye makeup from both eyes plus any other makeup left on my face. It’s amazing for eyeliner and mascara, especially waterproof products. It’s really good for my sensitive eyes and it’s going to come in especially handy for the warmer months as my eyes will be even more sensitive once my hayfever kicks in!

Odacite Pimples Serum Concentrate // £27.50
This product is an absolute must have if you suffer with spots quite often, it’s genuinely a miracle worker. Every time a spot appears on my skin, I apply a bit of this serum directly to the area and by morning it’s practically gone. I don’t get spots very often anymore but I recently had a little breakout and had a couple of them nasty painful ones and this relieved the pain so quickly.

What’s your favourite skincare product?

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