This is a terrible confession for a blogger, I know. But I can’t say I have a religious, or even comprehensive, skincare routine.
When I was a teenager I suffered from terrible acne and tried every product under the sun to try to fix it. Failing that, I slathered my face in foundation, hoping the layers would hide my horrible skin.
Years on, I now try to take care to keep my skin as clean as possible, with seasonal facials. Now rarely suffer from acne, and my skin is largely under control. It only suffers when I am stressed, eat badly or don’t sleep. However, I’m sure these core products help…
I rotate my cleansers throughout the week, using Biore the most. It uses charcoal which, when activated into a lather, can draw bacteria, poisons, chemicals and dirt from your skin. I have really dilated pores so this helps to keep them clean and minimise them without irritating them as much as a scrub.
My scrub – Philosophy’s Microdelivery – is used once a week. It helps to flush everything out but isn’t too strong. Technically, you should be able to use it daily, it is sulfate-free and formulated with ingredients designed to replenish and protect the skin with topical antioxidants – which helps condition the skin and retain its moisture level.
สำหรับสาว ๆ ที่กำลังมองหาคลีนเซอร์ขัดผิวสูตรอ่อนโยนแต่เหมาะกับทุกสภาพผิว เราขอแนะนำ the microdelivery exfoliating facial wash คลีนเซอร์ขัดผิวสูตรอ่อนโยน เพื่อผิวที่สวย กระจ่างใส และรักษาความนุ่มชุ่มชื้นของผิว สามารถใช้ได้ทุกวัน แค่ 30 วินาที คุณก็ได้ผิวหน้าแบบที่ต้องการแล้วล่ะค่ะ Product : the microdelivery exfoliating facial wash price : 240 ml / 1,200 THB 120 ml / 690 THB
Then I also have my Elemis cleansing oil which I use 2-3 times a week. This is great for completely removing makeup without drying out your skin. It isn’t cheap but you only need to add a few drops to dry skin, massage in and rinse off. The oil is blended with over 90% natural oils and made to suit a natural pH balance – so it doesn’t strip the skin.
Vitamin D, £3.50
That’s it! Some fancy products mixed with some budget ones – all combine to make my face a happier place.
Have you got any skincare recommendations? I’d love to hear about them…
Thanks for reading, Criddle x