Read on to find out about what we are currently using on a daily basis!
I start off by double cleansing with the Sunday Riley Ceramic Slip Clay Cleanser. After cleansing, I spray the Skin Inc. Pure Serum Mist all over my face and pat it all in. Then, I promptly follow with a pat-pat-pat application of Drunk Elephant’s T.L.C. Framboos Glycolic Night Serum on to my problem areas (acne prone spots). As I wait for the glycolic serum to sink in, I generously apply the J.One Jelly Pack above and under my eyes and on to other areas of my face where I am noticing the development of fine lines. I quickly follow the jelly pack with Saturday Skin Wide Awake Brightening Eye Cream on the same spots to seal in the moisture with a lightweight but nourishing moisturizer. By then, all the serums will have almost absorbed and so I proceed to seal it all in with Drunk Elephant’s B-Hydra Intensive Hydration Gel on my t-zone and Atoclassic’s Real Tonic Calming Smart Lotion everywhere else. In the mornings, I generously apply Kicho’s Moisturizing Sun Cream in place of the Atoclassic lotion. Every other night, I exfoliate with Dermalogica’s Daily Superfoliant after cleansing.
Hey guys, sorry for the poor lighting in the pic above – it’s nighttime where I am so it’s not great. My current skincare regimen starts off in the far left (not quite visible), which is actually Tatcha’s Pure One Step Camellia Cleansing Oil to remove makeup, and then I follow up with Cetaphil’s Gentle Skin Cleanser. I haven’t been using serums lately, instead opting for daily masking (a departure from what I’ve done previously). You can’t do certain masks daily, but Fresh’s Rose Face Mask is so gentle and refreshing that my skin seems happy with it. The next step is a 2-in-1 with Bitgoa’s Hue Essence Toner (I love this product so much!). I supplement this masking routine every other day with Shangpree’s Gold Black Pearl Eye Mask. I also use Kate Somerville’s Goat Milk De-Puffing Eye Balm daily (underneath the eye masks if that’s what I’m doing that day) – I got this as part of a set that I claimed some Sephora points for. I’ve been using it just to use up some of my samples, but in reality I really don’t like how it’s formulated as a balm. I hate dragging the delicate skin under the eyes around, so I’m currently on the hunt for the next beauty grail for eye serum 🙂 I seal everything in with Skinfood’s Black Sugar Perfect Reset Cream. Last but not least, I’ve been using Too Cool for School’s Mild Cica Sun Lotion for sun protection.