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First of all my skin type is normal/dehydrated with a slightly oily nose and the odd dry patch.I tend to keep my skincare fairly simple if I'm honest as from my experiance less is definitely more! now, don't get me wrong I love trying out new products but always end up using these three bad boys above except the moisturiser. Using too many products confuses and irritates my skin so it decides to give me a gazzilion spots to tell me off. I have also stopped using cream cleansers full stop as i found they were clogging up my pores and leaving me a bunch of white heads I have since replaced them with the Seaweed deep cleansing facial wash and have actually already done a full review on this here (holy grail product).
Vitamin C microdermabrasion:
Since purchasing this exfoliant I have never looked back but beware this stuff is hardcore! as the name suggests it's fairly rough on the skin so I tend to only use this once a week as i find it takes away all the horrid dead skin leaving me with a smooth, luxurious feeling face. I would not recommend this product for people with sensitive skin as I believe it would be far too tough on the skin, remember too much exfoliating can actually make your skin worse! (I learnt the hard way)
Boots Botanics Cleansing Toner All Bright:
I Got this toner whilst it was on offer for around £3 so to be honest I didn't have too high hopes for it but since using it I have fallen deeply in love with it (hubba hubba) It leaves my skin feeling so soft and plump after use and will definitely be going in my repurchase list Great for sensitive skin and anyone that loves natural products.
Simple Spotless Skin Anti-blemish Moisturiser:
This is a fairly new member of my skin care family and one if to be honest I'm on the fence about. I have noticed since using it that my skin has been a lot more blemish free but it's the way it feels on my skin that really hags me, It sinks in fairly quick and mattifies my face which is something I'm not too overly keen on as I prefer applying my foundation to my face when my moisturiser is somewhat fresh. I don't think I'd repurchase this moisturiser but if you are someone who likes a mattifying moisturiser and struggles with oily skin It's definitely worth a try.I usually use Oilatum Natural Repair and absolutely adore it!
What are your skin care holy grail products?