Wednesday, 24 September 2014

Morning Skincare Routine


Aloha Sprinklerinos,

Mornings are not my time. If I had my way, I'd wake up naturally at about 7.45am, laze about in fresh white sheets chatting and pondering the day for a while, pootle about on my laptop and then at about 9.45am, meander to the bathroom and get beautiful.

Alas, those mornings are few and far between and it's more likely to be a blur of taking a toddler to the potty, checking emails on my phone as I brush my teeth and sorting through a crumpled pile of (clean) laundry in a desperate bid to piece a respectable outfit together- results vary.

With that in mind, I've always been a beauty addict and grooming is quite the event for me. I like manicured nails, bouncy hair and glowy skin (again, results vary), so I thought I'd take the opportunity to tell you about the products I'm currently enjoying to shmear (mmm) all over my face. Yes?



First things first, cleanse. This is actually the first hurdle I fall at, don't tell the Beauty Bloggers on me. Soooooo, soommeeettimmessss (read : 'quite often actually'), I sleep in my makeup. I know, I know, very bad. I can't help it. I just get really sleepy and can't quite face dealing with it all. Water wakes me up and I want to stay all sloth-like before I get into bed. Also, I'm that girl that falls asleep watching films/TV so it's usually a case of just waking up in bed, closing my laptop and taking my glasses off. Basically, bad Louise, very sorry.

So here we are, first thing in the morning with sad skin and yesterday's eyeliner all over my face. Sexy. My saving grace here is Emma Hardie Cleansing Balm (£36 for 100ml).

To use this product you scoop out a little bit (I use about as much as I would if it were moisturiser) with your fingers, massage into dry skin, the soft paste turns to lovely warm massagey oil, any eye makeup you had on slides off giving you big ol' coal eyes, take a warm, wet flannel/muslin and gently wipe off. If you have a lot of makeup on, you may want to go back over heavy areas (for me this is eyes).

It's super gentle, smells incredible (oh hai jasmine, moringa, cederwood, orange, neroli and rose), leaves you feeling refreshed, contains vitamin E to balance and purify and claims to reduce the size of pores- something I would verify that it does.

I was quite reluctant to stray from my beloved Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish but Emma Hardie has pipped it to the post. A little luxe in price but worth it for the enjoyment and efficiency.


Since I have six hundred and fifty thousand beauty products floating around my house, I have been making an effort to use them up and lighten my load. This mini Liz Earle Instant Boost Skin Tonic (£5.50 for a mini or £13.25 for 200ml) was left over from some PR samples and, if I'm very honest, I thought wasn't going to be too special.

Wrong. With ingredients like cucumber, chamomile and aloe vera, it soothes and refreshes even very tired skin as well as leaving a 'fine layer of moisture'.

To use toner you tip a little bit onto a cotton pad (I like the flat circle kind), and gently move in circular or swiping motions across cleansed skin. The idea is that it removes anything you left behind (which technically you shouldn't have) and tightens your pores.

I always thought this step was a bit 'emperors-new-clothes', but I have found it's made a difference. It kind of leaves my skin a little bit fresher and younger- and I'm very OK with that.

I have used a couple of different toners in the past but I think I like this one best and will be picking up a big bottle soon. 


Now, the anomaly of the bunch, Origin's No Puffery Cooling Roll-On for Puffy Eyes (£24 for the size pictured).

I bought this at Heathrow airport before a long haul LAX flight to replace the (much more affordable) Simple Roll On that was lost in the great Louise-Left-Her-MakeUp-On-The-Aircraft debacle of NYC. I get around haha! I bought it kind of in a haze and if I had to make that choice again, I think I would question whether I needed such a product for such a high price tag.

In hindsight, I was excited in duty free, have a deep trust in Origins (my skin loves that brand) and the packaging was pretty.

The idea of this product is that you roll the cooling metal ball under your eyes, it calms redness, puffiness and helps brighten dark circles. Whilst it certainly feels very lovely (especially on an aeroplane), I'm not 100% sure I need this in my life. However, since I paid a lorra dolla for it, I'm going to use it up and enjoy it whilst it's there.

Not a bad product by any means, just one that is only temporary in my routine. 


The final step of my morning skincare routine though? Swoon. Let me introduce you to Origins Make A Difference Plus+ Rejuvenating Moisturiser (£34 for 50ml - the size shown).

This soft, non greasy, a-little-goes-a-long-way, delightful smelling (oh hai lychee, watermelon and rose) beauty is a new staple for me.

It soothes and quenches my normal to dry skin, wakes me up (a big plus for this tired Mama), sinks in wonderfully, allows my makeup to settle well and keeps my skin happy all day. It feels gentle the sensitive areas, I've had no breakouts at any point in the month and I think has softened fine lines near my eyes (but this could be my upped intake of water and the better sleep I've been having lately).

All in all, I love it and will be repurchasing- high praise indeed from a gal who has a box full of beauty samples to delve into!

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So there you have it, my very basic but very-happy-with morning skincare routine. As with everything in my beauty life, I like to switch things up and play around but this little set up has been going strong for a few months now and I feel really very comfortable in it.

I would love to hear what you're doing at the moment and if you will be making any changes for Autumn/Winter? Also, let me know if you have tried any of these things and what you thought of them.

And finally, well done if you made it to the end of this post! It was a beast! Haha!

Toodlepip!

xx

125 comments:

  1. I love my Moisture Surge and Superdefense eye cream both by Clinique. Also my Turnaround Exfoliating mask by Clinique is a miracle worker!!! Talk about younger looking skin! I love that Origins moisturizer as well! (Clearly I have the same "beauty prouduct overload" issue as you....although is it really an issue.. ;) ..)
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    Vanessa
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    1. I’m amazed, I have to admit. Seldom do I encounter a blog that’s equally educative and interesting, and let me tell you, you've hit the nail on the head.

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  2. Hi Louise, I always have that trouble with leaving makeup on at night!!! A way I've found works for me is to remove it right after dinner, means I have the rest of the evening to get all sleepy but don't have to deal with the horror of reawakening myself to rub stuff off my face. Definitely going to go and try the Cleansing Balm soon, thanks for the recommendations!!! Love, El :) xx

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    1. I do that too! And if anything (= me) fails, I always keep a pack of face wipes near my bed, so I can just get rid of most of my makeup (especially foundation and concealer, the face stuff), before I slumber away.
      Love, Valerie <3

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    2. Oh my goodness I do that too!! So helpful when I get lazy in the evenings, something is better than nothing haha :) El xxx

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    3. I'm terrible for leaving my makeup on overnight, trying to get into this habit of taking it off after dinner as it takes forever to take off my eyeliner! Definitely want to try the Cleansing Balm too as I've just run out of my cleanser. Sophie xx

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    4. Wow I do the exact same thing! This way I don't actually forget to remove the makeup should I snooze off. :) I so want to try Origin's No Puffery Cooling Roll-On even if my current moisturizer seems to do the trick. I'm a curious cat! My lack of sleep is feeding my eye bag puffiness so it might be worth a try. I wish it was in a more affordable price tag though. Thanks for the recommendations Louise!

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  3. I love the EH Cleansing Balm! Works like a charm and is so moisturising! I have just written a post about cleansing over on my blog!

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  4. That Emma Hardie Cleansing Balm looks like heaven in a jar! <3 I'm currently looking over my routine, need to come up with a quickie routine for the busy times in my life!

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  5. But... I spotted a Kiehl's product in the picture and was interested in hearing your thoughts! In the morning I try to make my skincare routine as quick as possible, micellar water - toner - eye cream - moisturizer, but at night I like to treat my skin to a good cleanse and treat it a bit ;) xx

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  6. Ooh I loved this post and would love to hear how you change it up to autumn/winter! Louise you have such a quirky writing style and it really brightens my mornings when you put up a blog post ❤

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  7. I'm the same most of the time when it comes to sleeping in make-up... It's just way too much effort to take it all off when you're basically asleep anyways - I mean, if I get robbed during the night, atleast I'll look somewhat decent (ish) haha! :P

    Great post Louise!!

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  8. They all sound lovely! I love Origins, I'm using their ginzing moisturiser in the morning at the moment but make a difference plus is next on my to buy list! x

    SophiesMakeupBlog

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  9. Ooh great selection of products here, I really want to try that Origins moisturiser, it sounds really nice x

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  10. I love the way you write Louise.. Such a breath of fresh air! I have been meaning to give Liz Earle a try, but the products are so expensive that I'm scared to risk it incase it doesn't suit my skin!

    My skin care routine typically involves using the Body Shop's seaweed range, as it works beautifully with my skin and smells great.

    Ayesha xxx
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  11. I love reading different skincare routines! It's a great way to discover products :) I really need to try the Emma Hardie cleansing balm :)

    Style Sunrise☀

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  12. Hi Louise!
    I'm another person who is guilty of falling asleep with her make up still on, it's just so easy to fall into your cushty bed instead of spending time infront of the mirror taking it all off.
    I've just ran out of my Elemis Rehydrating Rosepetal Cleanser, I absolutely loved this product however, I'm now wanting to try this cleansing balm. My bank will hate me, but if it really is worth the pricetag, I'll definitely give anything a try.

    Thanks for the recommendations!

    Sophie

    xx

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  13. I love rollerball eye creams/gels- so cooling, and it actually feels like it's immediately doing something to combat those bags and dark circles.
    I actually prefer Soap & Glory's The Ultimelt to the Emma Hardie Moringa Cleansing Balm- it feels nicer to me, and has a gorgeous relaxing spa-type lavender scent.
    Hope you and your lovely family are well, healthy and giggling :-)

    Laura | A Life With Frills

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  14. I really love reading about skincare routines, the honest ones. I can never stick with eye rollers, I've tried from garnier to pretty much anything drugstore and hard to say I find the results incredible enough to keep me going. But the moisturizer and toner sound pretty good, I am on the hunt for a toner that "works" and my current one (Biotherm), despite being gentle enough, does nothing but to wet my face.

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  15. The Origins moisturiser sounds amazing. x

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  16. i've always wanted to try that origins moisturiser! great post :)

    Rachel x
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  17. Lovely post! I hear great things about Origins! Abi :)
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  18. I attended a makeup class a while ago and one of the first things the instructor told us was, when you get home, remove your makeup before you get into the couch cause once in there you won't care enough anymore. And she is soooo right! So now i always do this before diving into the comfort of my couch and has since never been with make up to bed again. Okay my hubby has to live with my non make up face but well this is the woman he married in her most true form and so far i had no complaints ;)

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  19. I love the sound of that moisturizer! I could use a few new skincare products.

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  20. This was such a cute and quirky way to write a skincare routine, it made it so much more interesting! The Emma Hardy balm looks exciting xx

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  21. Would love to try that Emma Hardie Cleansing Balm! Would you say that it would be good for quite sensitive skin?

    I tend to flit between products but at the moment i've been loving my day and night creams from Simple Skincare...

    Lovely post as always x

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  22. Im so glad I'm not the only one who is saddened by having to wake yourself up again by taking off your make up, although since my skin is pretty rubbish, 99% of the I time I force myself to do it, every little helps right? I've even tried convincing my boyfriend to do it for me a few times, all in vain I might add haha but it was worth a try.

    I know you said you probably won't repeat the eye roll on purchase but that sounds so deliciously soothing right now...

    Etak x

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  23. I wish I had the time (and patience) to pamper myself more often. I always find myself getting ready at the last minute and I don't get the chance to use all the creams and serums I've collected over the years! I definitely need to start making more of an effort to look after my skin! x

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  24. Do you no longer use the cleanse & polish? :)
    & I'm beyond temped by the Emma Hardie cleansing balm, I don't need enabling,
    I have no will power when it comes to beauty, aha!

    Georgia x

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  25. I use moisturizers and an eye-creme by niveau (one for daytime and one for nighttime) and since I started using them I have felt and seen such a great difference in my skin. I have normal to dry skin as well and they really help. My undereye circels have also really gotten better.
    In autumn and winter my skin often gets really dry and even starts itching so I use a moistuizing mask several times a week (by Lush mostly) and take a classic nivea cream with me when I go out.

    I also sleep in my makeup most nights ... I'm just too lazy :D
    I love blogpost like this, please do more like these! And maybe some study tipps for uni? I study psychology in Germany.

    Lots of love

    Jess

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  26. I live for the Origins make a difference moisturiser! x www.madeonawhim.com

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  27. Why not try making a habit of taking your make up before tea time/just after tea time? I usually get woken up by washing my face too, but I've made this my habit and it's working nicely! It's so nice to sit downstairs and relax with a clean face :)

    I haven't tried that cleansing balm, but I'd love to! It sounds amazing! And the Origins moisturiser is one of my favourites! Have you tried the Drink Up Intensive Overnight moisturiser? That smells beyond amazing!

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  28. Emma Hardie Cleansing Balm sounds like a God-send!

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  29. Good read! I'm also a sucker for leaving my make-up on at night. My skin isnt great so i know this isnt helping. I need to get into a GOOD routine for washing my face in the morning and at night, but i do get confused by it all :( So im going to follow this guide for my morning routine :) now just need to find a nighttime !

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  30. Lovely post, really helpful i do need to develop my morning routine x
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  31. Oooh I love posts like this! That Origins moisturiser looks so good :) I recently bought some skin care products from The Body Shop and my skin feels so good from it!
    Katie x
    planet-blossom.blogspot.com

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  32. Awww, Louise! I feel just like you in the morning! ha ha Love your pamper schedule! ♥

    Katie - The Duchess of Suds
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  33. I should really take some tips from this as my skincare routine is non-existent!
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  34. Really love this post! I seriously need to develop a skincare routine xxxx

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  35. I'd love to add these into my skincare routine, these look sooo good. I love your style of writing, Louise, you're so eloquent and lovely. Been a fan for quite some time. Baby Glitter is such a doll, she looks beautiful like her mother. I wish you all the best. xxx

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  36. I really like my Clinique Moisture Surge Moisturiser, but I am definitely intrigued about the Origins Moisturiser you mentioned (LYCHEE, WATERMELON AAANNNNDDD ROSE, Oh my!) I also have the Origins roller ball for under eyes and I agree that it's a good product, but not so great for the wallet. Do you have any suggestions for cheaper brands of under eye products? I'm also very intrigued about the Emma Hardy products.. I hear such rave reviews about the brand (I'm going to HAVE to try it)!! Thanks for the post Louise.. I thoroughly enjoy all that you do! Love a dedicated sprinklerino :) xx.

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  37. Loved this, really want to try Origins they sound amazing! x

    Jordan | Keep Dreaming ♥

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  38. I tried the infamous Liz Earle cleanse and Polish but wasn't thrilled with it, so I have been put off purchasing any of her other products, but I'd like to give some a go and I have heard that the instant boost skin tonic is great x

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  39. I haven't tried any of the Origin's moisturisers but my skin is quite dry so I might treat myself to one for the chilly weather heading our way. I would love it if you done a post on skin and make up products that you find work best for dry skin for autumn/winter. The Liz Earl skin boost tonic is one of my staple skin care piece's though, I find it totally refreshing on the skin.

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  40. You have no idea how much I want to try the Emma Hardie Cleansing Balm! It looks amaaaaazing <3 But ohhh... that damn price tag </3 Lovely post m'dear ♥♥ Jemma x

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  41. Ugh I just love origins-I don't blame ya! If only they were a bit more affordable, it would help this dry-skinned college gal out!

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  42. I had a sample of the Emma Hardie balm a little while ago and absolutely loved it, I keep on meaning to buy it but just forget... Think this payday its going to be a definite treat for me! xx

    Charli | Secrets Behind The Closet Door

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  43. I've been looking at the origins for a few days but the price
    Poor student doesn't have many for that haha
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  44. I tell myself every Monday that this will be the week I develop a skincare routine. It never lasts.
    I'll definitely have a look at these, though! :L
    Hannah | The Crafty Fox

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  45. Great routine! Need to check some of these products out!

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  46. Thinking about getting a origin moisturizer too. I just never had anything by origin. Everyone raves about it so it has to be good, right? ^_^

    xx trayel.

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  47. I really want some Emma Hardie products :)

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  48. OMG !!! I recently bought the Roll on for puffy eyes and its amazing !!
    I love your blog posts sooooo muuccchh !! xx
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  49. That EH cleansing balm looks great! I want to try it so bad :)

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  50. I am also definitely one of those people to occasionally leave my full face of make-up on over night, But I also love my Origins products, the eye cream is lovely xx

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  51. I've heard great things about the EH cleansing balm! x
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  52. Very much enjoyed reading this post - thanks, Louise! x

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  53. OH NO! As a beauty blogger I read the part about sleeping in your makeup cringing. If cleansing is kind of a chore at night, have you considered some sort of micellar water cleanser? Just a couple swipes (depending) with some cotton pads and you're down!

    Love the EH cleansing balm - have had my eye on it for a while!

    Tiff | AMtoPM

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  54. i think i really need to get the Origin's No Puffery Cooling Roll-On for Puffy Eyes as i have really bad under bag eyes and puffy eyes at the moment.

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  55. Louise I love your skincare routine! I've got my eye on Emma Hardie and the Origins moisturizer the next time I have a decent amount of cash in my wallet haha! As for toners, I'm using one from Simple would like to get Clarin's Exfoliating Toner xx

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  56. I love Origin products but they're pretty expensive in the US ): I have tried several products from Origins, but most of them were face washes(and samples). I haven't tried anything from Liz Earle, but I'm thinking about buying something after hearing you and Zoe rave about it so much. I'm going to be doing A LOT of Christmas shopping for my face this year :b

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  57. So happy to see you posted today! I too am quite the lazy girl when it comes to end of day make-up removal. I recently purchased the Yes to Cucumbers facial wipes and they have been a saving grace!xx

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  58. Ah, thanks for recommending the Origins moisturizer - have been thinking about checking out new ones and this sounded really good!

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  59. I like the selection of products. I love reading these i always find new products i want! Its a really great skincare routine.
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  60. I absolutely love your writing style, all your posts are fun to read! xxx

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  61. Love you're writing style, never tried these products before, will defiantly be adding them to my list of things to try

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  62. I've been thinking about getting the Origins moisturizer as well as the Emma Hardie cleanser. I'll definitely add them to the top of my list of things to buy, thanks!

    Heather

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  63. My morning routine has always existed of brushing my teeth and throwing water in my face. Done. I`m very sensitive to pretty much any product, and I only use some cleansers (a soft make-up remover and sometimes...face water? is that a thing?) sometimes at night before I go to sleep, as my face burns bright red for about an hour whenever I put something on it. This also goes for make-up, and I`m fairly certain skin is not actually supposed to do that. Is it?

    Now the winter is coming though, I`m going to need something to keep my skin hydrated/moisturised, which is going to be...well...a challenge. Especially being broke and unemployed. I`d love to try that Origins thing, I`ve heard good things about it, but alas for me it`s just unaffordable. *sadface*

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  64. Looks so nice and refreshing!

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  65. Whenever I see you have made a new post my heart does that weird fluttery thing. Oh how I adore your writing, Louise!
    -Emily | http://emilysbees.blogspot.com

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  66. I have never had a skincare routine and as i am getting older I feel like I should, but to be honest I don't know where to start. There's so many different products and steps to do and heres me just using make-up wipes BAD. But this post was really helpful explaining the benefits and how to use the products. Do you think you could do a budget skincare routine? Any drugstore products you love and do similar jobs?

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  67. Wow that stuff sounds amazing. I'm terrible when it comes to my skincare routine, I'll be really good for a few days and then forget all about it. I know. . .fail.

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  68. My skincare routine is quite basic as I've always had a very easy skin to take care of. For the moment, it only consists of the Boscia Makeup-Breakup Cleansing Oil and the Korres Greek Yoghurt Moisturizing face cream. I would like adding in a toner and eye cream but I've have yet to find the products! There are so many to choose from!

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  69. I tend to sleep in what little makeup I wear most times (unless I wear Liquid or Gel eyeliner.. then its a must!) but i've found the Superdrug own brand cleansing facial wipes do the trick to clean off the majority of makeup and its not too wet either to make you wake up if your sleepy and has a lovely fragrance as well.

    Helen Rose

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  70. Thank you for sharing your morning skincare routine! I have heard only good things about Origins- I will give it a try!
    XO
    Miri
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  71. My skin routine is shocking! I always use makeup wipes which apparently is really bad. I do moisturise regularly though but that’s about it. I'm trying really hard to cleanse and tone more often.
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  72. these products look YUMMY!! seriously, the EH balm looks like custard..

    Arianne

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  73. The origins moisturiser looks really lovely and the cleansing balm! May have to try a few samples and see if they can help my unruly skin!

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  74. Amazingly written post again :)
    - F - www.elevatorbrain.blogspot.co.uk

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  75. I definitely need to start working out a skincare routine! I'm terrible and just use face wipes daily because they're just so easy! Love the reviews on each item and I think I'm definitely going to invest in some of the Liz Earle products! Lovely blog post again Louise! :)
    xxx

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  76. the Origin's No Puffery Cooling Roll-On for Puffy Eyes looks really nice =) im really liking your posts louiseee
    xx


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  77. My morning routine : Waking up - stand up - going back to bed - wait 10 minutes - panic - wash my face/teeth - put on some clothes - run to the train station ...

    ;)


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    Hanna

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  78. I really must try Origins, but it's so pricey :( great post! x
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  79. I actually work for Origins and the Make a Difference line is one of my favorites because really anyone can use it. If your skin is more oily than dry you can get the Make a Difference Treatment instead of the moisturizer and get all the hydration and the good scent but just in a super lightweight gel moisturizer form. It's a really unique product because it targets dehydrated and yet still oily skin. I use it and love it :)

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  80. If you like to, please check out my little blog <3 I post a new blog post every saturday :))

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    thanks xx

    Hanna

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  81. Hi Louise!
    Fantastic post, we love hearing all about your skincare favourites.

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  82. Kids skin will be very sensitive so I prefer to use Lavender Baby Skin Care products for my cute little champ.

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    Have you tried any of our skin care products in the mornings?

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