Skincare has been an important part of my daily routine for about two years now, since I started to take it seriously. Lately, I've been bitten by the skincare bug, stepping away from my beloved Liz Earle products and trying something new.
1. Bioderma Crealine/Sensibio H20; £15.50 (500ml) - Recently this product has had a change in name but that has by no means changed it's popularity. First used by MUAs, the blogging world has now got hold of this make up removing secret and wont stop talking about it. I've had this on my wish list for a while as I like the fact it's supposed to remove all traces of make up and it's good for the skin.
2. Embryolisse Lait-Creme Concentre; £17.50 (75ml) - Apparently models request this wonder product on shoots and at Fashion Weeks. This is a multipurpose product which can be used as a primer, make up remover or most commonly as a moisturiser. I've been looking out for a 'simple' moisturiser to try for a while and this one happens to be suitable for all skin types. If it's good enough for Naomi...
3. REN Clearcalm 3 Clarifying Clay Cleanser; £18 (150ml) - Although I absolutely adore my Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish, I find it doesn't really help my skin when I have an active breakout. While I've been using an Origins mask (review here) to help fight the battle of the breakout, I'd also like a cleanser that would also help. REN has been talked about quite a bit lately and is a brand I've previously used and loved.
4. Origins GinZing Eye Cream; £21 (15ml) - I suffer with puffy eyes in the morning, especially on those days where I'm woken up with an alarm. My current eye cream doesn't really do anything to wake my eyes up and after dabbling into the Origins world, I'm ready to try something new.
Have you tried any of the above products?