I might want to skip make up more than often but I always stick to my skincare routines. Since I like to switch up products depending on the condition of my skin I'm always up for trying out new things. I've picked up a few products recently.
Good Things Argan Oil Perfecting Facial Oil
This one was pretty hard to find, I eventually came across it in TK Maxx. It's very lightweight yet does the job right. I usually use it after a serum or on its own for a quirk moisture and insta softness. I'm really wanting to try the cleansing oil and the serum from the Argan range. Sadly, I haven't seen them anywhere...yet.
Indeed Labs Vitamin C24 Facial Creme & Hydraluron
Basically my skin hasn't been in its peak these days. I always make sure I hydrate it properly but recently no matter what I do it always ends up looking very dry and tired (Yeah I might think of changing my diet too). I knew I could trust Hydraluron, it always makes everything you put on top of it so much better, including foundation. Hence I knew I had to reach out for it when my trusted Givenchy Teint Couture foundation balm started to look a bit flat. And the Vitamin C cream? I blame Ruth Crilly and the recent In the Bathroom episode. Here's me hoping for a brighter, smoother complexion in May.
Una Brennan Superfacialist Rose Peaceful Skin Night Cream
I'm a huge fan of the Superfacialist range- everything I've tried so far I loved and repurchased. It's definitely one of the brands I would recommend checking out if you're on a budget but still wanting to look after your skin.
I always prefer heavier and richer in texture face creams over lighter options. This Rose moisturizer offers a hefty amount of hydration, that's for sure.
After weeks of wearing nothing but matte lipsticks and lip liners my lips started to look a bit dry. Since I'm currently going through a bath bomb phase (new bathroom you guys!) I thought I might as well go for one of Lush's Lip Scrubs and Balms. I've been enjoying using Bubblegum and Honey Trap so far.
What have you been using recently?