I thought I would do a little post about the items of skincare I am currently using. Since starting the #beautychallenge10 I have been a little more mindful of condensing my routine, and trying not to have too many things open at once. I have split them into day and night, but as you can see, a couple of items overlap.
My current cleanser is this Lime & Coconut Cleansing Water by White Rabbit Skincare. This is somewhere between a cleansing oil and milk, rather than a cleansing water. I am not going to say too much about this lovely little cleanser as I do plan to review it in full shortly, but it is very good.
Over the Summer I have really been enjoying my Nourish Skincare Radiance Refreshing Toning Mist. It's lovely and light, and feels really cooling. It does a great job of closing my pores and preparing my skin for the next step. I love the quality of ingredients in Nourish Skincare and think they are such good value for money.
My serum is Cell Food by Elemental Herbology. This serum is extremely light weight and has a lovely rose fragrance. It is packed full of proteins, vitamins and anti-oxidants and gives my skin a lovely boost.
For my day time moisturiser I have been using Bloom Remedies Daily Revive Cream which is suited to dry and mature skins. It contains a lot of ingredients that just work for my skin. It's formula is enriched with Frankincense, Rosehip oil, Seabuckthorn, Shea butter and Sweet Almond oil to name a few. I love that the products are made with certified organic ingredients and in small batches by hand.
As you can see I use the cleansing water and toning mist at night too. I like to use Bee Good Honey & Wild Water Mint 3 in 1 Cleansing Water to take off my making up, before massaging the Lime & Coconut Cleansing Water into my skin. Although I would prefer not to see the PEG's in the formula, this is very good at taking off my eye make up. It feels very gentle and doesn't irritate my eyes either.
I have come back to a bottle of Pai Rosehip Biogenerate Oil which I have (shamefully) been neglecting. This is by far the lightest form of Rosehip oil I have tried, my skin really does drink it up. This is another product that I think is exceptional value for money, considering the quality of the ingredients and how well it works. I simply love this little oil.