Saturday, 30 May 2015

Spring Skincare Favourites

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I have to start by confessing that I am THE laziest girl when it comes to taking care of my skin.  If it takes time to set & lots of time to remove, it's more than likely a no-go product for me.  I have blemish-prone/dry skin and I dread removing my makeup and spending time applying endless creams, toners, moisturisers and cleansers so I am always looking for quick & easy skincare solutions.

A few years ago, I remember receiving the Caudalie Vinosource S.O.S Thirst-Quenching Serum in a beauty box and since then, I've never strayed away from the brand.  Caudalie's products are perfect for sensitive skin and are a genuine treat to apply after a long day at work, with minimal effort.
My current evening routine consists of using the L'Oreal Paris Skin Perfection Micellar Water to remove all makeup; I swipe this over my face with cotton wool pads and it's so delicate upon application.  I used to use the Bioderma Micellar Water following my trip to Paris last year but the L'Oreal one is almost identical and is a lot more affordable to repurchase.

When in Paris, I also picked up the Caudalie Grape Water; this reminds me of the Evian facial sprays I used to use when I was younger and it really leaves my face feeling refreshed.  I then follow this up with the Caudalie Vinosource S.O.S Morning Eye Rescue - despite the name, it can be used in the morning and evening.  I apply this to the contours of my eyes for a little perk and lastly use the Caudalie Premieres Vendages Moisturing Cream.  All of the products are so quick to apply and are great for the spring/summer weather without feeling too heavy on the face.

If you have any skincare recommendations for blemish-prone skin or for applying on the go, I would love to hear them.

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  1. I should try more from Caudalie, so many people rave about their products! I'm on the hunt for a new moisturiser so struggling with that. To cleanse I use the Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish, a cult beauty product but one that really works and I live by,leaves my skin clear and not stripping at all, La Roshe Posay is another good brand for blemish problems x

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    1. I would seriously recommend their range; it's so kind to skin and I can't say I've had any complaints with any of their products! I completely agree with the Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish, it's just one of those products that I will forever repurchase/go back to after changing my skincare routine. I love the smell of all of their products too! I've recently purchased the La Roche Posay Serozinc & I think I will have to try more of their range xx

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  2. I use to love using the L'Oreal micellar water but after trying out the Garnier one I've found that it's even better. Lovely post

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    1. I've tried the Garnier one too, and I have to say, I was a pretty big fan of it! Thank you lovely :) x

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  3. Nice choices. I love Indie Lee's Blemish Lotion (being pink you can only really wear it in the house!) but it works really well x

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    1. Ooh, I haven't heard of that before.. I will keep my eyes peeled! x

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