April 12, 2015

skincare sunday | (01)


Not much is better than cosying up in a duvet on Sunday afternoon reading through skincare related blog posts, so I've come up with the idea that on a Sunday every now and then, I'm going to update you all with my current favourite skincare products. In reality, the posts probably won't go up all that often because I'm terrible at any form of schedule, but I will give it a shot. 

I've always been on the hunt for a thoroughly moisturising eye cream, and have finally found one in Emma Hardie Amazing Face Eye Cream (£39), that's thick and luxurious enough to do a good job at soothing my dehydrated skin. For any dry skin on the rest of my face, Dr Organic Snail Gel Cream (£19.99) works wonders and has been noticeably perking up my complexion on a daily basis. 

Whenever my skin is in need of a deep clean but I truly can't be bothered to do much about it, I sweep over my face with the Nip + Fab Glycolic Fix pads (£12.95). It's beyond belief how much dirt and grime these babies do away with. I've noticed that over time my skin ends up looking much more bright and radiant whenever I use these, the ultimate lazy girl option. 

If pamper time is underway and I'm involved in a bubble bath/hot chocolate type situation then I will without fail slap on a face mask too. My favourite of late has been Origins Out of Trouble (£23), it's a white clay consistency with a minty scent that works at deeply cleansing and awakening the skin. It calms any problem skin down instantly and for that reason is one of the best face masks that I've tried. 

A quick mention to two of my all time favourite products before I sign off. Both are by French pharmacy brands, no surprises there. Embryolisse Lait-Creme Concentre (£13) is the best daily moisturiser for dry skin in the world and I'm convinced that nothing I try will ever beat it. If you are looking to try a new skincare product, make it this. For when I'm generally feeling a bit washed out, Claudalie Beauty Elixir (£10.90) is my saviour and comes to my rescue every time. It has a deeply uplifting scent so not only makes your skin look brighter but lifts your mood too. 

8 comments:

  1. I've always wanted to try the Origins Out of Trouble Mask, it sounds so so amazing!
    Jodie xo // JodieLoue

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  2. Nip+Fab are an amazing skincare brand the glycolic range has helped sort my skin out x

    www.pintsizedbeauty.com

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  3. Love this post. Really want to try a few of these things.

    Just a quick note - your links aren't working! Might want to sort that out :)

    Rachel | www.currentlyrachel.com

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    1. hey Rachel,

      thanks so much for letting me know about the links, I've just sorted them out!

      Jess x

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  4. I love reading about other peoples skincare regimes. I am such a skincare addict. The Nip & Fab Glycolic range is so good & I always stock up on everything when its on offer in Superdrug. The Origins Out of Trouble Mask - isn't talked about as much as the others but it is my favourite one they do. It keeps my skin so clean & looking fresh.
    http://www.letstalkbeauty.co.uk/

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  5. I so wanna try the claudile spritz- I've just heard such good things about it! X

    Beauty Soup || UK Beauty Blog

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  6. I love the Origins Out or Trouble Mask :) I really want to try more from Nip+Fab though!

    The Jewel Beauty Blog || Relieve Puffy Eyes

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