High End Daily Skin Care Routine

If you are like me, you have tried hundreds of cleansers and moisturizers, searching for the perfect fit.
I think I have finally found mine! These steps may help you if you have sensitive, combination skin.
Here are the products;


To breakdown makeup use Take the Day Off by Clinique (shown below)

Which skin type is it good for?
✔ Normal
✔ Oily
✔ Combination
✔ Dry
✔ Sensitive

What it is:
A transformational, lightweight makeup remover that goes from balm to oil to milk to melt away every trace of eye and face makeup and sunscreen.

Solutions for:
- Dryness

If you want to know more…
This makeup remover effortlessly dissolves even the most tenacious makeup and sunscreen. Its non-greasy, non-drying, lightweight formula nourishes skin, cleanses thoroughly, and rinses off completely, so all that’s left is a fresh, dewy glow.

What it is formulated WITHOUT:
- Parabens

What else you need to know:
This product is allergy and ophthalmologist tested, non-acnegenic, appropriate for contact lens wearers, and 100 percent fragrance-free.


After cleansing with Take the Day off, use facial pads to remove the excess.   Any brand is fine, these from Sephora are $4 for 70 pads.




Next, using clean facial pads, apply a micellar water.  Almost any brand would work but I prefer Lancome and Garnier (drug store).





Finally, I follow up with moisturizer.  This one from Belif is my favorite right now.  It is ultra hydrating, but not oily.  When applied at night, you wake up with refreshed skin that feels plump and ready for makeup.  I even use this as my under eye cream because most under eye cream's make my eyes puffy and red.  Let me know if you have any under eye creams that you love and I will try it.


Ok, there it is, my basic daily skin care routine.  I will do an anti-aging routine in the future.

If you try any of these products let me know your thoughts!

All products above can be found at www.sephora.com





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