This has been in my collection for over a year, and I had no clue what is actually did or how it should be used!!! How bad is that? I had tried it here and there but not regularly until recently, I love the results. This offering is quite potent and if I try to use it too often my skin can feel sore. I stick to 2-3 times per week. I have received compliments from make up counter assistants who I go to regularly, one kind hearted girl said my skin looked so much more smoother, she asked what I had been using!
Clarins Gentle Exfoliator 200ml £25.00
This is being raved about right left and centre! I have not tried it yet. I am going to crack it open once the Lancome is finished.
Alpha H Liquid Gold 200ml £50ish
I purchased this a while ago, I tried it but again was not really sure what I was doing with it! I even have a back up of this in my stash. Someone please explain when and how I should be using this to get the best results.
I am really trying to get a good skin care routine going, I tend to double cleanse using my beloved Origins oil and once I am in the bath I follow up with a balm cleanser, maybe my Emma Hardie. I use my exfoliating toner 2-3 times per week and then follow up with a moisturising toner at the moment that is a new edition from Ginvera. I wont go into my serums, oils and moisturisers. My skin care routine has its own post coming up very soon.
I was recently chatting to the lovely Ana about toners, we discussed the Ren Clarifying Toning Lotion (£18.00). Ana explained she had in fact tried it before and thoroughly enjoyed it. This thought did not leave my mind, and whilst in Space N K recently it some how slipped into my basket! Its waiting patiently on the side lines until its time to try, do I try this next? or the Clarins one? I am very nearly out of the lancome one. Decision's decision's!
Are any of you trying the double cleanse? and double Tone? This concept is very new and most of the skin care assistants I chat to on the counters have not heard about it! I am loving the results on my skin.