I've switched up my skincare recently due to running our of my Emma Hardie serum and Clarins Blue Orchid Oil (sad face). As it's January and I have spent all my money on furniture I've had to reign it in on the skincare front and so have gone for some more affordable options. Luckily I bulk bought my Emma Hardie Moringa Balm way back in September so i'm just cracking open my last pot of that.
Everything you see pictured above I have been using for at least 3 months, some a lot longer (apart from my 2 new purchases from the Boots Botanics range). Please bare in mind that these products will not necessarily work for everyone but I find that they really work for my skin type which is combination. I have the traditional oily t-zone, open pores on my nose and dry cheeks and forehead.
Emma Hardie Moringa Cleansing Balm - used morning and night as my first cleanse
Loreal Age Perfect Cleanser - used morning and night as my second cleanse
Pixi Glow Tonic - Used on a saturated cotton pad morning and night
Trilogy Hydrating Toner - Sprayed directly onto my face after my glow tonic. This smells fantastic
Superfacialist Vitamin C Eye Cream - Dabbed on lightly around the eye area morning and night
Botanics Radiant Youth Serum - Used after eye cream (this is new and I am yet to try it - will keep you posted)
La Roche-Posay SPF 50 - Most important - I use SPF every day
Vichy Aqualia Moisturiser - The best day time moisturiser
Botanics Facial Oil - Used in the evenings (after i've cleansed, toned, eye cream) This has great reviews online, I will let you know how I get on with this.
Cien Q10 Night Cream - This is from Lidl and is fantastic at something ridiculous like £1.99
I hope you've enjoyed seeing what I put on my face.