Hello hello! So today I wanted to give you an updated skincare routine yay. Things have been so travel heavy recently (which is totally fine) but there are so many amazing new beauty bits I need to talk to you about. I'm hoping you've watched my skincare routine video, if not, fear not, you can watch it below. If you read my blog post about how I got rid of my underskin spots, you'll be pretty up to date with my skincare routine but, I've added a few things to it that I wanted to talk to you about. This isn't just about facial skin either, we're talking smooth legs too so you can have smooth, soft skin this Summer!
Cleanser - Cleanser wise, I'm still loving Kiehl's Calendula Deep Cleansing Foaming Wash. I have been mixing it up though and using this along side Sunday Riley's Clay Cleanser. My skin is mega dehydrated so I feel that these two work in perfect harmony. I do feel like Sunday Riley has left my skin squeaky clean, it's probably my favourite cleanser yet.
Toners - I'm extremely lazy with toners but I have been mixing between Kiehl's Ultra Facial Oil-Free Toner to hydrate and almost double cleanse, along with Paula's Choice Skin Perfecting Liquid, this is an exfoliant which you can use a few times a week but it comes out as more of a toner. I mix up the two and try to use Paula's Choice once a week for a super cleanse.
Micellar Waters - When cleansing on an evening, to take my make up off to begin with, I've been using these two micellar waters. They're both kind to my skin and super hydrating too. I'm loving both Espa Micellar Water and Elemis Micellar Water. I can't choose a favourite but the way they easily come out and instantly refresh and hydrate my skin, they just feel so much better than face wipes for the initial make up wipe off. I then follow with my cleanser.
Moisturiser - When my skin is at it's most dehydrated (usually when changing between seasons, or in the case of England - all the time at the moment due to the change in weather) I turn to Cetraben as my moisturiser. It's the perfect blend of goodness to hydrate and soothe my dull, dehydrated skin, as well as stopping that annoying itching from the change of seasons. You can buy it online here.
Serums - To give my skin an extra boost, I've been using Clarin's boosters. These little babies are incredible, you drop two little drops of the liquid into your moisturiser and they revilatize the skin. Personally I love the repair one as I feel like it works brilliantly with Cetraben to fix my skin.
Last of the serums, these babies had to feature. You will have seen me mention them so many times but my daily must haves. Kiehl's Midnight Recovery Oil and Kiehl's Daily Concentrate. You can read my full review of these here.
The Body - Now hopefully you read my top fake tanning tips postso you'll know exactly what fake tans I love using. When it comes to keeping my body hydrated though, at the moment, I am loving Cetraben. I can't stop raving about this magical lotion. You'll know exactly how I use it and incorporate it into my skincare and bodycare routine once you watch the video below but honestly, it's incredible. I wrote a post recently about how I'm taking part in the Cetraben skin challenge and I cannot believe how much it's transformed my legs. They've gone from dull, dry and itchy to smooth and ready for Summer. You can buy Cetraben online here and find out more about it.To see how everything above is incorporated into my routine, please watch my video below, I would also love it if you could subscribe to me on YouTube here! It would mean the world to me1
*Sponsored by Cetraben but as always, 100% my honest opinion.
Lots of love, Em x
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