A Lovely Mix

Fashion, Lifestyle, and Beauty Blog by Victoria Rodriguez

Monday, July 7, 2014

Skin Care Routine (Day and Night)


Hi!! So I realized that for the past year I've been using the same skin products and can't seem to find anything that I like as much! Ever since I started doing this routine my skin has improved so much.



Lush Ultrabland:
I use this as a makeup remover with witch hazel. This thing removes everything!! even eyelash glue. I love how it doesn't have a strong scent and it makes my skin so soft after I use it. It also does not irritate my skin at all!! I grab a little bit with my fingers and rub it all over my face.

Thayers Lavender Witch Hazel:
This is the perfect toner and astringent! It comes in 3 different scents (lavender, rose and lemon). I get 4 or 5 drops of this on a cotton ball and remove all of the Ultrabland from my face. This works wonders and again doesn't irritate the skin at all. I also use it right after I wash my face as a toner.

St. Ives Green Tea Scrub:
I like to keep this in the shower and wash my face when I shower at night and in the morning. It is such a gentle yet effective scrub. This scrub is so perfect!!  

Tarte Pure Maracuja Oil:
I use this oil after I washed my face and I used the witch hazel at night. This helps my skin to not get dry with the acne spot treatment and this step is specially important in the winter. I get 2 or 3 drops in the palm of my hands, warm it up and press it against my face lightly. 

Murad Acne Spot Fast Fix:
I usually apply this at night after the oil. This stuff smells so good! 

Lush Vanishing Cream:
This is a super light moisturizer. I like to use it in the morning after the witch hazel, I wait until the skin absorbs it and then I apply my makeup. 

I used to have super oily skin and after I started this routine my skin has gradually gotten better and now it doesn't get as oily as it used to get. 

Let me know if y'all have tried these products and what y'all think!

Love, 

SHARE:

No comments

Post a Comment

Blogger Template by pipdig