Tuesday, 27 August 2013

Starting off: Skincare

Hiya girls!

So Today is the first day of the so project. (Which I am very excited about!)

 Steph from Steph’s Inside Voice came up with the idea of The Starting off Project and as soon as I received further information, I had to be apart of it! 

Each week, for a total of ten weeks, around 130+ other bloggers and I will be coming together to share our experiences with make-up and tips. The purpose of the project is to reach out to younger teens, or those people who are just starting to use make-up.

So this weeks post is about skin care so I thought I would talk you through my daily and weekly routine.

I've been really blessed that I don't really tend to have spots, I think I have on average one a year (slight exagiration!) so I don't really have any spot products. 

Every day I apply a day cream before my foundation and also a night cream after I take off my makeup. These are the two face creams I use... 

I think these are amazing for people on a budget as they only cost around £2-£3 each from SuperDrug and the green pot is from Tesco. These are also great for people who are lazy with their skin care routine like me as they both have vitamin E and other good ingredients for your skin to keep it radiant. I love the scent of these as they don't smell to fragrant just really refreshing, like cucumber!

Every week I cleanse my face with the hot cloth kit from SuperDrug. I love this! Especially as it only cost me £4 (and that's including the cloth!) this makes my face feel really soft and smooth and also pushes all my blackheads to the surface.. (Lovely!) all you have to do with this product is lather it all over your face, keep it on for 10 minutes and then wash it off with the cloth in warm water.

I don't tend to moisturise my whole body as I fake tan with xen-tan, which has conditioning agents in it anyway.. I know I am so lazy... I really need to focus on my skin care more.. As I don't want to be a wrinkly hag by 30! So on that basis, I'm really looking forward to seeing everyone else's skin routine. :-) 



  1. One spot a year? Totally wanting to trade lives with you right now! ;)

    1. Maybe a slight exaggeration! Haha. But I defiantly never get spots, really bizarre! But I'm not complaining lol xx



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