2019 challenge beauty

Skincare Products I Swear By! (82/365)

Skincare is one of those things that I took my time getting in to, it wasn’t because I was lazy, I just didn’t know what to do. So many influencers and bloggers tell us to do 10 different things and use a million products, and it’s easy to believe their tips since their skin tends to look perfect on camera. The thing is, they also have facials and get sent lots of free products to promote, and the rest of us don’t have the budget to follow their advice.

I try to keep my skincare fairly simple, and over the years I’ve found a few products that save my skin and I will always repurchase them!

Mario Badescue drying lotion

This product is honestly my holy grail. I break out a lot and there’s loads of different reasons for them, sometimes it’s because of hormones or my poor eating habits, or my skin just hates me. I won’t say I have acne or anything like that, but the spots that appear on my skin offend me. This drying lotion just sorts out every single spot. Naturally like all spot treatments – timing is everything. I find it works the best when I apply it on newly formed spots that are about to erupt!

Klairs midnight blue calming cream

This cream is amazing, I was first introduced to it through my best friend. She has some samples and I used it for a few nights and my skin felt like it had been smoothed and photoshoped IRL. I don’t know how it works or why, but it’s amazing. It just helps everything, and it’s worth the purchase.

Origins drink up intensive sleeping mask

My cousin got me into this product and it changed my skincare for the better. It’s so moisturising and wonderful, but it also soaks up into the skin nicely so you don’t have to worry about it rubbing onto your pillow. Sleeping masks are also lovely for those days where you want to use a mask, but can’t be bothered to take the time to apply and wait for it to dry.

Tea tree oil 3-in-1 face wash

I usually hate 3-in-1 products but this wash/scrub/mask combo is amazing. I will say I only use this as a clay mask and it helps pull out all the impurities and kills spots at the same time. Sometimes if you apply too much the tea tree oil can feel quite strong, but honestly I think it’s definitely worth a try if you have spot prone skin.

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