Evening Skincare Routine

To carry on with my series Skincare Sunday today I'm giving you all an insight into my Evening Skincare Routine. Similarly to my Morning Skincare Routine I do try to keep it as simple as possible as I think, especially with my skin, less is definitely more. 

So let's talk Skincare!

The first thing I do is remove my make up. I have actually changed what I use to remove my make up in the past couple of weeks and have noticed a difference with my skin! I usually remove my face make up first using my new Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water which featured in my most recent haul. I use a large oval cotton pad and just wipe all over my face to remove the bulk of my face make up, I usually end up using two cotton pads. I then move onto my eyes. I use a different product as I wear waterproof mascara and eyeliner on a daily base and even though the Micellar Water does remove waterproof make I personally prefer to use something specialised for removing eye make up. My favourite is another Garnier product with the Garnier Simply Essentials Soothing 2-in-1 make-up remover this is great for removing all of my eye make up as its really gentle on the eyes!

The next step is cleansing and my current cleanser is the Emma Hardie Amazing Face Moringa Cleansing Balm. I finally joined the Cleansing Balm band wagon and haven't looked back since. This is amazing! I usually wet my face with a flannel then massage this into my skin. This is such a luxurious product in my opinion and when I use it I feel like I'm treating my skin. This leaves my skin so soft and it actually feels so clean after using this. 

My toner of choice for the evening is the Liz Earle Instant Boost Skin Tonic which until recently was also my morning toner. I really like this, recently I have been definitely looking at the ingredients in the skincare products I have been using and this is calming and refreshing for using in the evening. I find as this is natural as well it doesn't irritate my skin or any breakouts I'm having which some toners usually do. I just either spray this on my face or use a cotton pad and wipe it across my face.

For moisturiser I like quite a thick, hydrating moisturiser as I do frequently get dry patches on my skin despite it being quite oily. I really like the Nivea Pure & Natural Regenerating Night Cream as it does exactly what I want as well as being full of natural ingredients. I use a combination of massaging and patting this into my skin. If my skin is feeling a bit dryer than usual I will usually not massage this in completely and let my skin absorb it which I find really works!

That's it for this weeks Skincare Sunday post. Next week I will be doing a post all about my spot treatments and remedies so make sure to keep an eye next Sunday!

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