My Top 3 Skin Saviours

I have to admit, up until about three months or so ago, I’ve always been extremely lazy when it comes to looking after my skin. My
skincare routine used to revolve around face wipes and a quick swipe of moisturiser and
that was that. My skin can be quite sensitive and usually takes a while
to settle when I try new products which is why I haven’t
bothered to take it up a notch. Until now that is, with my three new skin saviours.

I’ve found that as my love
for watching beauty videos on YouTube evolved, so did my want list. And
it was all about one killer product, a cleanser (I’m as shocked as you
are). Not just any cleanser though, oh no, the one and only Emma Hardie Amazing Face Natural Lift and Sculpt Moringa Cleansing Balm, what a mouthful. What a magnificent cleanser.

It has the appearance and texture of an oil but once you’ve added a couple of drops of water it becomes more milky. My skin just drinks this in. I’ve been using this morning and night for maybe 3 weeks now and already I’ve noticed a difference in my skin, it feels softer and has a nice natural glow to it.

On top of this I’ve ventured into the wonderful world of face oils. Once or twice a week I now massage a few drops of Kiehl’s Midnight Recovery Concentrate
into my face and neck adding even more moisture and while helping boost
my skins radiance. I’ve found a definite new love for oils.

My third and final new love comes in the form of the Real Techniques Core Collection Kit.
I’m amazed at how long it’s taken me to get them as I’ve heard so many
great things about them. In particular the buffing brush, which I now
use on a daily basis to apply my tinted moisturiser or foundation. I
love the way you can really buff the product into your skin, getting a
good coverage over all the nooks, crannies and spots. I haven’t really
experimented with the other brushes yet but I’m pretty sure their time
will come.

I’m still in the market for a decent hydrating moisturiser and spot treatment so please holler with your suggestions.


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