Hey dolls! So I know this is my 2nd post regarding my skin care routine but I felt that my other post was lacking a bit regarding the steps I take everyday. I’m very consistent with my skin care routine because I want to avoid acne and I also want to treat my acne scars. Like I said in my past post about skin care, I struggled with major acne in middle school but luckily it eventually got better since I learned about different products and remedies. So I talked about the Garnier Micellar Water & St. Ives Apricot Scrub, but there has been another addition to my current lineup. I’ve heard amazing things about T.N. Dickinson’s Witch Hazel and how it can be used as a toner. So I thought, why not join in on the fun? Plus I just wanted to add that toners are really important if you want your skin to feel extra clean after a wash or if you need that extra moisturizer. Now let’s get to my routine step by step:
- Removing makeup: Garnier’s Micellar Water does amazing wonders for me. I used to use makeup wipes in those little packs, but I don’t feel that it’s necessary anymore because the Micellar Water makes my skin feel super refreshed! I just use it with cotton pads.
- Exfoliate: St. Ives Apricot Scrub is my secret to clean and baby soft skin after wearing makeup and being out all day. I wet my face with some warm water and apply a few pumps of the product onto my fingers and scrub it into my face, trying so hard to avoid my eyes! After that I rinse with cold water so that my pores will close right up and I dry my face. Voila!
- Tone: I use T.N. Dickinson’s Witch Hazel to tone and it has really been a lifesaver. It moisturizes and makes your skin less irritated if it’s sensitive. I put a few drops on a cotton pad and I lightly massage it into my skin. It smells so natural and thank heavens it doesn’t reek of strong alcohol!
Just three simple steps is what I do to help build my skin into the silky, vibrant & refreshed canvas that I want it to be. If you think I should check out some other skin care products then let me know in the comments below. Cya!