I use Simple facial wash and rich moisturiser - both are great and inexpensive.
I also like the Palmer's daily cleansing gel - also inexpensive.
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24-04-2014 09:12 #11
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24-04-2014 13:25 #12Senior Member
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If you have one near by, I'd go into a Kit Cosmetics and tell them what you're after, they'll ask your skin type, routine etc and recomend one for you. They also have a decent range in prices They also give decent size samples so you can try before you buy which I love!
24-04-2014 13:32 #13
Cetaphil oily skin cleanser. I find I can break out with some of the other supermarket brands.
24-04-2014 13:59 #14
I use Ultracueticals cleanser and toner. Its expensive but lasts ages.
24-04-2014 14:01 #15
I've used lots of different cleansers but for a few years I've just used Dove with a face washer in the shower then moisturiser. Doesn't dry the skin, in fact it's soft and clean and lovely
24-04-2014 14:06 #16
I use Nutrimetics
Cleanser, toner and moisturizer twice a day. I used to struggle with pimples but since using Nutrimetics I've had a total of ONE pimple! Worth every dollar
Tying for blossom #2 because the first one (July 2012) is so amazing!
Plus 1x angel blossom who will always be in our hearts (Feb 2014 - 6wks)
24-04-2014 14:12 #17
I use an ENJO face glove and a small amount of sorbolene cream to mosturize, never get pimples or breakouts.
24-04-2014 21:08 #18
All my products are now from lush.
I have a liquid cleanser that is amazing. I also have a cleanser made from corn which is a bit more exfoliating. I also use there toner and moisturiser.
They can be a bit pricey but my skin has never been better
24-04-2014 21:08 #19
Dermologica ... Best skin I've had in years
24-04-2014 21:14 #20
I use the Body Shop foaming tea tree facial wash & Body Shop Aloe Vera day cream. I have ultra sensitive skin, this combo works well for me.
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