Updated Skin Care Routine and Face Products I’ve Tried

Twitter: www.twitter.com Facebook Page: www.facebook.com As you can see I keep my routine very simple. I use the same face wash and moisturizer in the morning and at night. I only exfoliate or use a scrub about once a week. I forgot to mention that I still mostly only drink water. Also, I haven’t started using an eye cream yet but I really should! Products mentioned: Used regularly: -Neutrogena Oil-free Eye Makeup Remover -Walgreens Cleansing and Make-up Removing Towelettes -The Body Shop Tea Tree Oil Facial Wash -Olay Complete All Day Moisture Lotion spf15 combo/oily skin Used Occasionally: -Queen Helene Mint Julep Mask -St Ives Apricot Scrub -Neutrogena Acne Stress Control Power-Clear Scrub -Lush Ocean Salt Face and Body Scrub -Jurlique Daily Exfoliating Cream Stopped Using: -Lush Fresh Farmacy Include in new routine: -Cetaphil Daily Facial Moisturizer spf15
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21 Replies to “Updated Skin Care Routine and Face Products I’ve Tried”

  1. @prtyponi Actually, St. Ives Apricot Scrub is is horrible for your skin. The exfoliating “beads” are crushed up almond shells and other shells which have sharp edges that are creating little cuts on your skin and spreading infections from other pores and irritating the skin more than it initially was. A good exfoliant will have wax beads or an ingredient that will dissolve while washing your face such as jojoba beads (used in natural skin care lines such as Aveda) or sugar.

  2. Absolutely amazing results! Highly recommended

    Skin is much more clear and young even when you are 45.


  3. I have oily and sensitive skin, and I have been using neutrogena, Cetaphil and the tea tree oil products from body shop only since I was 17(for 12 years). Recently, I tried out Clean & clear, and it breaks me out so bad.

  4. @15xoxoxoxo AHA BHA is good for chemical exfoliation. But isn’t good in the long run. As it burns away more than just the dead skin cells. It leaves the skin with no protection and very exposed. When BHA/AHA or salicylic acids (Clinique toners etc) are sold to people they should be sold with sunscreen or SPF moisturizers. As hormonal contraception + exfoliation (especially chemical or fruit acid style) + sun will damage your skin the most. If it stings, stay away. Physical scrubs are better.

  5. @sizhuliu it’s also her makeup, she’s wearing darker grey shadows which added with curls makes her look more professional and mature.

  6. Natural skin care at Dari Natural’. They have everything from cleansers and moisturizers to body butters, lotions, and body washes. love their products!

  7. @prtyponi the st ives apricot scrub is STILL HARSH .. the gains (apricot stones) are too big even puttin it on your skin causes breakage which isnt visble with the human eye (its micro breakage in the skin) .. scrubs like murads AHA/BHA is a good example of a ideal scrub because the jojoba beads are tiny !

  8. oh also I have found that the Walmart brand apricot scrub is just as good as the St.Ives if not even better! And its cheaper! Give it a shot!

  9. omg the mint julep is amazing! Do not wear as a mask though if you have sensitive skin! It can extremely dry you out, just use as spot treatment! 🙂

  10. i use to use the body shop tea tree oil line, but then i stopped because it wasnt doing anything for my acne 🙁 but i have been using lemon juice as an acne/acne scar treatment and it has been working wonders!!

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