27 April 2015

Morning & Night Time Skincare Routine 2015

I haven't done a skincare routine post in just over a year, so I thought I'd update you on some new and not so new skincare products I use on a daily basis to keep my skin blemish free. Now my skin is combination oily, so oil control and blemish control are very important to me. At the moment my skin is the best it's ever been so these products must be doing something right.
morning skincare routine oily-combination skin, night time skincare routine oil-combination skin, cetaphil oily skin cleanser, lush tea tree water, formula 10.0.6 seriously shine free moisturiser, kiehl's creamy eye treatment, the body shop camomile cleansing oil, biore pore unclogging scrub, neutrogena oil-free moisture sensitive skin
Cetaphil Oily Skin Cleanser: I've used this for a few years now and while I have tried some more expensive cleansers I really don't find a difference. It's cheap, no fuss, good cleanser that doesn't dry my skin out but really gives it a great clean. 

Lush Tea Tree Water: Another product I've used for well over a year now. Tea tree oil is very good for blemish prone skin so it's a perfect product for my daily skincare routine. It doesn't contain alcohol, so it doesn't dry my skin out and is very refreshing.

Formula 10.0.6 Seriously Shine Free Mattifying Oil-Free Moisturiser: The only problem with this moisturiser is its extremely long name. Other than that it's perfect for what I need. It mattifies my skin, keeping it shine free and doesn't dry it out. My skin feels moisturised without feeling like an oil slick. 

Kiehl's Creamy Eye Treatment: This is another holy grail product for me. I use it in the morning, and it makes my eye makeup sick perfectly without looking all dry and cakey under my eyes. While my face is oily, my under eye area is particularly dry and this really helps to keep it moisturised.

morning skincare routine oily-combination skin, night time skincare routine oil-combination skin, cetaphil oily skin cleanser, lush tea tree water, formula 10.0.6 seriously shine free moisturiser, kiehl's creamy eye treatment, the body shop camomile cleansing oil, biore pore unclogging scrub, neutrogena oil-free moisture sensitive skin
The Body Shop Camomile Silky Cleansing Oil: I needed a new cleansing oil and this one was cheaper than the MAC one so I thought I'd try it out. I ended up loving it more than the MAC one so yay for my wallet. It takes off my makeup so easily and leaves my skin feeling super soft. It's a very soothing experience to start my night time skincare routine off with.

Biore Pore Unclogging Scrub: Like cleansers I tend to try some more expensive scrubs, but always end up coming back to this one. It's not harsh so I can use it daily, or in my case nightly, but it still feels like it's exfoliating my skin. I attribute my clear skin to using this daily, because whenever I stop using it, my skin just doesn't look as good.

Neutrogena Oil-Free Moisture Sensitive Skin: I have been using this stuff since high school, well over 5 years, so it must be good. At night I'm not so much about oil control, but keeping my skin moisturised. This one is oil-free and made for sensitive skin so it doesn't clog my pores, but it provides my skin with a great overnight drink, restoring it from all the oil control products I use during the day.

These products are all tried and true, and most I've used for at least a year. Thanks for reading and if you have any questions please leave a comment below.

Brie x
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  1. this is awesome. I'm going to go through and buy all these products. Except for the tea tree water, I actually make my own at home! :)

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