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    Default Nightly Beauty regime

    Hey I'd love to know what peoples nightly Beauty regime is?

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    I use moo goo oil cleanser to cleanse my face. Then i use either argan or rosehip oil around my eyes and on my cheeks before using moo goo anti ageing moisturiser on my face and neck.

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    Splash of water and a small amount of Sukin Facial Moisturiser... Nothing flash here.
    I use a cleanser in the shower of a morning and another smidge of moisturiser..

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    I find the less i do and use, the better my skin is.

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    I wash with face with Dove and a face washer in the shower, then use Olay Total Effects when I get out. Simple as that.

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    Cetaphil oily skin cleanser, then before bed cetaphil moisturizing cream on baby's dry skin patches and a little bit on my face.

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    I'm a Dermalogica girl, so use the daily cleanser and exfoliant in the shower, then toner (it's a spray on one, so literally one spray and you're done) moisturiser and eye cream. I used to just do soap and water but since I got sick, I've started to treat myself and it's noice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    I wash with face with Dove and a face washer in the shower, then use Olay Total Effects when I get out. Simple as that.
    My mum does that and has next to no wrinkles at 60. She does avoid the sun too.

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    Yep Dove is the best as a cleanser. Cheap, effective and doesn't dry your face out.

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    Estée Lauder cleanser, then philosophy eye cream, Estée Lauder advanced night repair serum and advanced time zone moisturiser. Finally night repair Chapstick!
    I'm getting to the age where I have to get serious about warding off wrinkles!


 

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