My previous post included all of the products I use in the morning for my skin care routine, now for the part 2! I'll share what I use in the evening!
Estee Lauder Perfectly Clean or Dermalogica Pre Cleanse- I use this to take off my makeup and to cleanse my face.
dr.organix Manuka Honey Face Scrub- I use this about 3-4 times a week, this is really important to remove all the dead skin cells from your face, this will also brighten your complexion.
dr.organix Manuka Honey Face Mask- I use a face mask about 2-3 times a week, this one is a setting one which I usually don't like as I have dry skin and they tend to be drying, but this one works really well and moisturizes my skin nicely.
Dermalogica Gentle Cream Exfoliant- I know this sounds like it must be a scrub but it is actually a mask, trust me! As the name suggests this is a exfoliating face mask, and I really enjoy using this one.
Dermalogica Multi-Active Toner- I mentioned this in my previous skin routine post, I use this in the evening also for the same reasons, it restore the pH balance you will of altered with the other products and it also helps takes excess products off the skin such as left over mask etc.
L'oreal Age Perfect Extraordinary Restoring Serum- I use about two drops of this and I apply all over my face and neck in patting motions to really push the product into my skin.
L'oreal Revitalift Night Cream- After applying the serum I apply this over the top to moisturize my skin and lock in the serum.
Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair Eye- I use this under my eyes to provide extra care and nourishment to my under eye area, I use patting motions with my ring fingers for this.
E45 Intense Recovery Lotion- I use this morning and night all over my body to keep my skin nice and moisturized which is a must with my dry skin.
Hope this provides some ideas for any of those with normal to dry skin looking to try new skin care. I swear by these products 100% and have been using them for a long time.
Whats your holy grail skin care products? Comment below, I would love to hear what you all use!