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    Cleanser - Rosehip by Essano foaming cleanser or scrub (depends "ick" my face is feeling)
    Toner - Plain old witch hazel (also use it on my bikini line to prevent ingrowns)
    Moisturiser - Rosehip by Essano moisturiser

    This is twice a day.

    Use a Sukin mud masque once or twice a week.

    I find exercise and 2-4L of water a day works absolute miracles and usually try for hot steamy face washer on my face in the evenings to really get the grime and oil off at the end of the day.

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    I rarely do facials in a salon. The last few I've had at an aveda salon were expensive, and very relaxing, but kind of blahhh. Did a basic cleanse, steam, tone, eye and moisture. So while I like them as part of a salon treatment to relax me, im not sure about any lasting benefits they have.
    I like to do them at home, when I get the chance.

    Make up removal - Clinique Take the Day Off or bioderma sensibio h20

    Cleanse - lancome gelateis douceur or dermalogica skin resurfacing cleanser

    Toner - lancome visionnaire toner

    Serum - lancome genefique followed by lancome visionnaire

    Eye - benefit "it's potent" eye cream or lancome hydrazen eye cream

    Moisturiser - visionnaire day cream or ahava day cream with spf

    Special products

    Mask - Chanel hydramax + active moisture mask

    Exfoliant - dermalogica gentle cream exfoliant

    Peel - Caudalie glycolic peel or strivectin labs glycolic peel

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    Dermologica.

    Every night: cleanse then moisturise.
    Once a week: chemical peel followed by a hydrating mask.

    I used to to use a daily exfoliater and eye cream but I'm trying to cut back spending.

    I used to get facials done in a salon every 4-6 weeks but again I'm trying to cut back spending and feel a bit selfish asking someone to babysit so I can have a facial (not that anyone should feel that way!).

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    I use Arborne cleanser and moisturiser twice a day & coconut oil on my body 😊


 

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