Current Skincare Favourites


Recently I have been more interest in skincare than makeup and it did paid out. My skin has never look so good. So I wanted to give a peak into the products that's been really helping my skin to look that good. To remove my makeup off, like always I use Bioderma Crealine Micellar water. I find this one way better than the one for oily skin which I didn't like so much. It wasn't as efficient. 

 I haven't pictured Vichy Normaderm Purifying Cleansing Gel and Cetaphil Gentle Cleanser for oily skin but I use them every single day in rotation depending on my mood to cleanse my skin. I have  used them  for years and don't plan on changing that. But when i'm tired and don't feel like going all out, I use First Aid Beauty Face cleanser which is good to remove makeup, the exces of oil and leave you with smooth and very clean skin. Every other day, I will exfoliate with Marcelle Facial Exfoliating Gel, I automatically loved this product because after the first use, I was able to see the change in face, which was more smooth and very less oily.

With the FAB cleanser, I use FAB Radiance Facial Pads when my skin which toned, exfoliate and brighten your face. I much prefer using these than a toner. If I feel that a pimple is coming out,  instead of FAB Radiance Facial Pads I use Nip + Fab Glycolic Fix Facial Pads which are the exact same as the one from FAB but with Glycolic acid which helps with breakouts and are half price. You can use both of these pads twice a day all over your face and neck. 

Everyday after my Cetaphil Lotion, I use Marcelle Ultra Light Matifying Fluid (review here). This product has been a savior for my oily skin. Since I have start using this fluid, I don't even carry my makeup bag with me anymore. 


Once or twice a week I will do a face mask also.


What are your current skincare products?


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