Lets Get Flawless Skin

Hi Everyone. A lot of you leave me comments or send me emails asking how I get flawless skin. I've been saying for ages that I'll do a skincare post and here we are at long last. I spend a lot of time and money on my skin as its more important to me than makeup and hair. I used to suffer really badly from eczema so now I'm older I take extra special care of it. If I don't hydrate my skin looks dry, flaky and dull. I get spots like everyone else too mine are mainly a week before my period is due but its not a major breakout just 1 maybe 2 spots. I'll try to list the best products in order that I use them: Johnson's 3 in 1 wipes for Dry Sensitive Skin (blue ones). I have never found a wipe that holds the moisture as much as these loads of wipes that I have tried dry out within a week. Johnson's wipes make my face feel refreshed and they remove every little bit of makeup including waterproof mascara without scrubbing hard at your face. These come in a variety of types Normal Skin, Combination Skin, etc. 

They can be bought practically anywhere I either purchase them from Asda, Tesco, Boots or Superdrug. They are usually on offer 2 for 6$. So keep your eye out when they are and stock up like I do. Dermalogica Active Moist Moisturising Cream. I first heard of Dermalogica when I received a travel set for Christmas it had a selection of their products but in a travel size. I found myself particularly drawn to the moisturiser. Its mainly aimed at people with Normal to Oily skin but I find that it does wonders for my Dry skin! Its lightweight and oil free and it contains silk amino acids to help smooth and improve the skins texture. It absorbs quickly and doesn't feel greasy after use. I often use this instead of a primer as I love the way it smooths out my skin. I also find that this helps my eczema more than the prescription cream that the doctor gave me. It is a little bit pricey but the quality is amazing and a little goes a long way. I use mine (now the 100ml size) twice a day sometimes more in the winter and my current one has lasted me 5 months! Cost is around 32$.

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