Getting things in order...


I am not an organized person. But I try. Occasionally.



Above is my latest attempt to be more “Type A”. It’s a container from Crate & Barrel stuffed with skincare, body care and makeup.

The idea behind this is to put the things I use the most frequently “front and center” and to present them in a semi-neat way. It’s also become a dumping ground for things that I need to use up. By rubbing my nose in them daily, I get reminded that they need to be gone from my life. Products that fall into this category include my Bath & Body Work body sprays (I buy these things and then forget to use them!) and the Boscia Detoxifying Black Cleanser (very drying).

I won’t take you through everything – I’ll spare you the deodorant breakdown – but I thought I would focus on skincare today: makeup post coming up!

As previously revealed, I know jack all about skincare and really needed some guidance on what products were going to work magic on my very dehydrated sad, old face.

I find the whole realm very confusing and I sometimes feel that brands capitalize on that by bombarding us with “the science” in an attempt to convince us at the checkout that it’s an investment worth making. I needed a professional’s opinion and Caroline (check out her blog here – Link!) gave amazing advice. I call it the “skintervention” – she effectively prescribed products for me - and a few weeks later I can attest to the fact that everything I am using makes my skin happy.

Here are some of my new essentials (L-R)

Emma Hardie Amazing face cleansing balm Link! - I like this so much I got one when I was in the UK and then went to Space NK to buy another. It’s the same premise as so many other cleansers– slap it on, massage it in and then let a muslin cloth massage it away. It reminds me of Eve Lom – just without the mineral oil – and leaves skin incredibly nourished.  It affectively removes the toughest mascaras (something Liz Earle never really did) and the consistency is heavily oil-based so applying it feels like a facial massage. It’s ideal for dry and dehydrated skins – I think oily textures might find it a little too much – and you only need about half a teaspoon to remove all the facial slap.

I got this in a kit with the exfoliating rosehip seeds. These I haven’t got on with at all. You are meant to add a small amount to the balm to both cleanse and exfoliate in one. It’s a nice idea but I feel like I am scratching the surface of my skin when I do this. So cleanser yay, exfoliator nay!

HydraluronLink! - this was the first product Caroline prescribed and OH MY GOD, this is a must have. If you take anything away from this post, make it this. This is a reasonably priced clear gel that you can wear underneath moisturizer or on it’s own. It’s basically hyaluronic acid - something that holds up to 1000% its molecular weight in water – and improves the texture and tone of skin.

This was the first addition to my new skincare routine and I noticed an immediate difference applying it twice a day. It traps the moisture, plumps, is quickly absorbed and should eventually fade some fine lines. Hurray!

I think everyone would benefit from using this and if you have dry or flaky skin and you don’t own this, then you seriously need to.

Zelens Z Matrix Energy and Moisture InfusionLink! - I am new to Zelens and they are what I would define as a premium brand. This moisturizer is not cheap but I do enjoy using it. This makes me a bit sad because the price tag will make me think twice about purchasing. I predict many angst conversations with myself as I try and justify buying it. But in it's favour is that just the tiniest amount over the Hydraluron combines for the ultimate hydration cocktail.

This is very good  at soothing and boosting skin but unlike so many hydrating creams, it’s extremely light. It doesn’t leave the skin shiny – just soft and refreshed and I am able to slap on my makeup almost immediately. If you can get a sample or try it in Space NK then I highly recommend that you do so!

Avene skin recovery creamLink! -  this is my second tube of the recovery cream and was what I depended on before the Zelens one came into my life.  I have to admit that when I compare it to the latter it’s just not as effective but I do think this is a great product. I generously slather this on sometimes and I feel like it really helps soothe skin without clogging it up.

Avene is a great brand and nicely accessible – it’s not too expensive and freely available in Boots. The eye cream – Ystheal – also gets a thumbs up from me and is what I am currently using.


Zelens PHA+ Bio-Peel padsLink! - if you have ever tired Origins’ Brighter By Nature pads then you know the premise – thin pads drenched in acids to gently exfoliate the skin. I use these maybe three times a week.

The Zelens version is soaked in polyhydroxy acids, lactic acid, citric acid and salicylic acid and it’s the polyhydroxy acid that is meant to be the best for sensitive skins as it provides a gentle exfoliation that also acts to bind moisture. I have only used these a handful of times but the pesky flakes I sometimes have round my nose are gone – whether it’s down to this or the other products who knows…but the good news is that it’s not doing anything damaging or irritating.

All in all I am really pleased with what I am using and the results I have seen on my face. Okay, it’s not perfect – I could probably drink more water to help out in that department – but compared to 6 weeks ago I think there is a huge difference. It’s more how it feels – I still need to wear makeup to look decent! - the texture is very even and it feels balanced with the right amount of moisture.

There is something very comforting about skincare,  the chatting, buying and applying, but I still think it’s a total minefield. There are so many products and brands, all promising miracles, and I am one of those idiots that believe them.

Out of the new additions to my routine I think I rate the Emma Hardie cleanser and the Hydraluron the most. 

If you have any top tips product wise let us all know in the comments below – I can’t be the only one that looks to blogs for a bit of direction and guidance – so what’s your very favourite product that you would recommend?  

94 comments:

  1. Simple, yet effective. I like how it has a "natural" finish :)

    Alethia
    www.alinabarber.blogspot.com

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  2. very interesting post. i'm currently pretty f*cking obsessed with a pesky chin breakout that has been with me on and off for almost a year. at the moment i don't have any new spots but the problem now is the annoying scarring. let me know if you have any advice about whitening or scar fading products. right now i use triacneal by avene and i'm seeing some results... i only use that and micellar water to remove makeup and mositurise in a 2 in 1 kinda way. i am THAT lazy.

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    1. I love the Alpha H - liquid gold! Has definitely made a difference to my bad acne scars, made my skin much smoother and reduces spots!

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    2. thank you, will google it! x

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  3. Great post. Thanks for going into detail on each product! I picked up Hydraluron a while ago in Canada. I think it's harder to get a hole of in the US. Retail wise at least. I used it for a couple days and didn't find it did anything and I have very dry dehydrated skin. Could I be pairing it with the wrong stuff? I put it on underneath John Masters argan oil and top with Dermalogica intense moisture balance. You've motivated me to give it another go! Have you tried Nano blur?

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    1. I haven't tried Nano Blur but remember reading about it and thinking it sounded like a miracle... :) I think the products you are pairing it with sound good so am sad to hear that you didn't like it. Try it for a couple of weeks...I did read that some people felt that it took about 2 weeks to make any difference.

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  4. Love Carolines blog! I really want to try the EH balm, sounds amazing x

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    1. Highly recommend! I also used a small amount as a moisturising treatment last night - it's fab.

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  5. I've JUST bought the Hydraluron on my lunch break and I'm so glad I did now after reading this post! Excited to try it now!

    www.charlottescollection.co.uk

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    1. Yay! I hope you enjoy - give it about 2 weeks to make a difference and pair it with a great moisturiser!

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  6. How would you compare the Zelens pads with the Origins Brighter by Nature ones? :-) x

    Raves 'nd Ramblings

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    1. They seems very similar to me but the ingredients are slightly superior in the Zelens ones I think. Lets see when I run the course :)

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  7. Organization isn't my forte either unfortunately :P I have all my products/makeup stuffed into various toiletries bags and boxes haha. :P x

    :: LUCYSLUXE ::

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    1. haha thats my current perfume/haircare set up so I understand :)

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  8. I love, love, love the La Roche Posay Hydreane Riche moisturiser, I did a review a while back and yep, I remember claims about the spa water carrying things 'deeper' in to the skin.
    Lately (I think Caroline suggested this somewhere) I have double masked a couple of times a week with a cleansing one and then a moisturising/radiance one straight after. Often prior to this I use the Botanics Microdermabrasion Polish. My skin does appear more perky and refined the next day so it is a habit, I'm trying to keep to :) http://essjay23x.blogspot.com

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    1. Mmm double masking - I need to get on that! That sounds like such a massive treat for the skin.

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  9. Like the basket idea, so simple yet beautiful. It's always so hard to make bathroom counter tops look organized while keeping it pretty. My absolute favourite moisturizer is Dr. Weil by Origins Mega Mushroom skin relief face cream, great for normal/dry sensitive skin.
    Looking forward to your post of the makeup bits :)

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    1. I have a friend that RAVES about that too and has used it consistently for a few years. Will post the makeup stuff this week :) it's been 3-4 weeks of the same routine so it's time to share. Warning: it's not exciting :) haha

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  10. My skin used to be just all over the place, with zits and tons of blackheads. But, after reading about the way that French women take care of their skin, I made a few changes.
    1) I stopped attacking my skin. No granular, physical scrubs. No soapy cleansers that strip skin of all natural oils. No harsh chemicals. The key word is gentle!
    2) I stopped applying thick, gunky makeup. Some liquid foundations work well with my skin, but most just clog up my pores and cause breakouts. I switched from foundations to light powders and tinted moisturizers, or just used a concealer where needed. The more "slap", the more problems...
    3) I gave my skin a break and got lots of sleep. When possible (around the house, to the coffee shop, grocery store), I didn't wear any makeup or very minimal. When I get home, I take it all off if I'm not going out later. Getting lots of sleep is an obvious one - we all look better with some good zzz's!
    4) I accepted my genes. Like the colour of our hair, or the shape of our body, skin is also genetic. Whenever I meet someone with great skin, I always look to see their mother's skin because chances are, if your mom's got great skin, you will too - regardless of the skincare you use.

    Good luck with your skincare routine!! Everyone's skin is different, so keep trying until you find what works for you!

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    1. I really loved your comment Daniela and hope that others also read it. So true about being gentle - not using too much and keeping it in balance. I am guilty of not removing my makeup as soon as I get in, I should do that...and I should really try and get more sleep. Sleep is a cure all!

      I too have moved away from heavy base products in recent years: the thought of Studio Fix Fluid appalls me now because i am so used to wearing tinted moisturisers or light coverage products.

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  11. I find using less products has saved my skin. I usually have very dry and red skin. Now, all I use are Garnier face wipes at night. If I workout at night, I was with Dove soap. At night, I've stopped putting anything on my face but some of my Eucerin Daily Moisturizer on my eyes and under my eyes. In the morning, all I apply is Patricia Welxer De-Puff Eye Gel and the Eucerin Daily Moisturizer. For me, adding more to my face was making it worse. I do use Neutrogena Primer and Bare minerals foundation and that helps, too. But using less has helped me use less makeup. Give that a shot. :)

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    1. Ah I love reading about simple routines. Less is more and all that. I am so glad that it's working for you - I love reading about other people's skincare regimes :)

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  12. I thought the Hydraluron was going to be really expensive, but it's reasonably priced, so will check it out next time i'm in Boots!
    Have a fab weekend Hun xoxo
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    1. Yes the price isn't bad at all. Be warned though - the packaging gives you the impression that the product is also going to be big...nope. It looks like a tiny tube. On the up side you only need a teeny tiny amount!

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  13. I've been so curious to try the Emma Hardie Amazing face cleansing balm. Will give it a shot after I am done with the Boots Botanics one and my MAC Cleanse Off Oil.

    The way you organize your skin care seems to work much better than my current system. My skin care essentials just find themselves standing on the bathroom shelves in a very non-organized manner. But I won't give up on it! One day, I will figure out the perfect system to organize my skin care and make-up.

    xx

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    1. I give myself a few weeks before the scattering re-commences. Organisation makes me feel good but I really have to force myself :)

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  14. I do agree on the Hydraluron, I bought it a few weeks ago on a Boots 3 for 2 sale and love it. I now remember I wanted to DM you about it to suggest it, but I somehow forgot...The Emma Hardie balm sounds lovely, I might give it a try.
    For my face I currently use Decleor products. Their night balm is amazing and the face oil with it as well. It moisturises really good and putting it on just is a very luxurious part of my night routine. I use the Hydraluron underneath and it works a treat!

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    1. Decleor is such a lovely brand. I remember trying it years ago and thinking that it felt like I was giving myself a facial every day. The night balm is definitely something to look into! Thanks :)

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  15. Are you not using any spf? I didn't notice any spf products in this or did I miss it?

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    1. I use a Neutrogena spray - should have included that! It's the lazy girl's way to apply sunscreen - spray and go :)

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  16. I love cleansing balm, the EH one sounds quite amazing. I have been using a line called Cellbone on and off and always come back to it because I love all their serums packed with vitamins, peptides, and the latest and greatest ingredients. I am also loving Natura Bisse Extreme Diamond cream. With everything that I am using, I definitely see results.

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    1. Natura Bisse is a seriously luxurious brand that I have longingly looked at :) haha Glad that you see results - nothing worse that spending time and money and get nothing in return!

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  17. Some fab products here :) I'm dying to try Hydraluron!

    xx

    wearenouvellevague

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    1. I hope you like it :) It's something that should really boost your skin and perfect for this time of year i think!

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  18. Neal's Yard Wild Rose Beauty Balm is a nice rich cleanser.

    G xxx

    www.glamupeveryday.com

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    1. Love the sound of that - bet it smells amazing too!

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  19. Hi Laura

    I swear by two products from Dermologica the Gentle Exfoliant and the Skin Resurfacing Cleanser, they are amazing and I have to give the credit to Lisa Eldridge Skin Care videos on YT for the recommendations. I also the got Bioderma Crealine cleanser on Lisa's say so, as well which is fab for taking everything off especially stubborn eye makeup.

    I've just started using Weleda's Rose Day cream which is a great base for foundation and last but not least I've gone back to an old favourite and wondered why I stopped using it - Clarins Blue Orchid Facial Oil, really does fabulous things for my dehydrated skin, and the all important massage part really relaxes those fines lines plus you smell like you've been in a spa for the whole day!

    Hope this helps
    Esther xx

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    1. I have that Skin Resurfacing Cleanser and really enjoyed using it - and yes that was a purchase completely undertaken because of Lisa :) Weleda is one of my favourite brands - it never gets any marketing traction but it's fab. Their Almond and Iris range saved my skin in my cystic acne days!

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    2. Hi Laura,
      could you tell me something more about the Weleda creams that "saved" you from cystic acne? I'm 25 and suffer from it :( .. I can't manage to find a facecream that is hydrating but at the same time doesn't aggravate my acne.. I'm from Italy and Weleda is really easy to find here (compared to other brands that i would love to try like Ren, Zelens, etc.) so when I read in the comments that it helped you, I couldn't stop myself from asking you more info about it :) Forgive my english if I mad any mistakes!
      Thank you so much,
      Jennifer

      p.s. I love your blog and read it all the time (since the days of Lollipop26) :)

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  20. so many new products to try! i wish i lived in the uk so i could just go out and buy some of them from boots right now ):

    p.s. i'm super excited for your makeup post! i was a huge fan of your youtube videos and miss your lollipop26 days. any chance you'll return to the youtube world?

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    1. i don't think so - it's moved on from when i did it and i think there are loads of great girls to watch. I am still thinking about putting up the odd video on this blog. Sometimes I think video works better to explain things...because i use alot of words :)

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  21. great post! I use bio-oil on my face to tone down the redness; works wonders! xx

    curlsandmindy.blogspot.com

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    1. I remember trying bio oil once and it didn't agree with me but I think I was going through a bad hormonal patch which would have meant nothing agreed. This is a good one to remember!

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  22. Caroline is amazing! I love her advice. I've been trying the Emma Hardie cleanser (I have the exfoliating beads too but yet to try them)- I love the cloth that came with it and have been converted to using flannels over muslin cloths. It feels like a facial every day! x

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    1. The beads are yuck! Let me know if you like them. Totally agree with you about the cloth - it feels so nourishing and soft....a facial every day is the perfect way to describe it :)

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  23. I've been putting products I need to use up front and centre like that too... it really helps and nothing is more satisfying that seeing a pile of empties, IMO. For me, I really like the brand Reversa. I'm not sure if it's only Canadian though but their products have kept my skin problem-free for years.

    xo, alison*elle

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    1. So true. As much as I love buying new things I like using them up more... :)

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  24. I love Caroline, she's amazing! I may have to invest in some Hydraluron xx

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    1. I know :) And yes to the hydraluron. Pair it with a good moisturiser and it will be happy days!

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  25. I like The EH stuff too- this has reminded me I need to blog on it. I have been using it a while. I keep researching skincare and making a note of the bad ingredients. Its amazing what some companies try to put in products!!

    And Re Caroline- she is lovely in real life and on blog. Lots of time for her. Love the baskets. I have a similar outfit in my bathroom :) xx

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    1. Do you have any other recommendations from EH? Would love to find out more about her line so a big yes to the blogpost please :)

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  26. I must admit, after years and years of ignoring my my mother's sage advice I do think she is right in the end. Stop washing your face! Make sure it's clean, but don't use tap water and foamy cleansers. Her and my grandmother both have amazing skin, and they say it's because they don't over cleanse. Garance Dore's blog also said she stopped washing her face with foamy cleansers on advice from her dermatologist and now her skin is great (http://www.garancedore.fr/en/2011/11/22/skin/). It took some getting used to, but I have to say I like the results. I use Bioderma Crealine, Kiehl's avocado eye cream, First Aid Beauty ultra repair cream, and my usual SPF and I'm good (at night I do the same thing, w/o the SPF).

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    1. I loved this comment - quite inspiring actually because in the back of my mind I do always think that simple is best. I might give your approach a try if this current one all goes horribly wrong. I love that eye cream too :)

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  27. I really have to force myself to be organised, it definitely doesn't come naturally!x

    http://luxenoirbeauty.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. I always feel better when it's done but just the thought....ugh.....so dull! :)

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  28. You have beautiful photos! What camera do you use?
    x
    blondeblair.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks so much! It's a Canon 550d (now an old model) with a 50mm lens :)

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  29. Hi Laura! I've been using Hydraluron for a week now and I love it, I have noticed a huge difference in the appearance of my skin although I have also developed a few little spots so I've reduced it to every other day at the moment. I didn't get on with the EH cleanser it broke me out big time to the point where I couldn't continue to use it however after reading your post I wonder if I was using too much.
    My favourite brand right now is Antipodes, I have loved everything I have tried from them but my two must haves would be the Butter Cleanser and the Divine Face Oil. I have just purchased some face masks from Apivita tonight from the new M&S Beauty section can't wait to try them! xx

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    1. Ah that's so sad to hear - I did see reviews where some people hated the EH cleanser. I use a teeny tiny amount but maybe it's something about the ingredients...I guess things can't work for everyone. Now Antipodes - this I need to check out...love the sound of that Face Oil!

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  30. I have tried organizing my washroom sooooo many times, I get everything all nice and neat and then by the end of the week, it's a disaster zone again

    My skin isn't overly dry but I love Vichy products, Aqualia Thermal has been making my skin happy :)

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    1. Vichy is a great brand - I always see it in Boots and forget to check it out but like Avene and La Roche Posay, I reckon is pretty dependable.

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  31. I love Darphin Camélia mask, it's anti-aging and multi-functional. It gives a really nice glow to dry skin and smells divine.

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    1. Ooh Darphin is one of those super luxurious spa brands. Love the sound of this - who doesn't want a glow? :)

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  32. avene is such a fantastic skincare brand ! xx
    thebeautyheroes.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Totally agree - never bought a product from them that I haven't liked!

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  33. Wow, well done on your organization, my stuff is just spread out haphazardly all around the bathroom sink! I'd have to say my favorite product at the moment is the Full of Grace serum bar from Lush. It's probably more ideal for drier skins, but when used at night, it just makes my skin a bit brighter in the morning. It even looks good under makeup!

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    1. Mine will be liked that within days I reckon - scattered is my comfort zone :) Love the sound of that serum bar - never heard of it before so maybe it's new-ish? Anyway, thanks for the recommendation :)

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  34. So organized! :O

    munchmecat.blogspot.com

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    1. haha i am trying! normally it would all be dotted around my counter. It's a big step for me to whack it in a basket :)

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  35. Great idea for organisation and I like the sound on the Emma Hardie Cleanser and those Zelens pads. Out of interest, have you ever tried Dr Murad Laura?

    Orla x
    http://hallofmirrorsblog.blogspot.com

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    1. I haven't actually. I have heard alot about it but never really been tempted. Any recommendations?

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  36. *starts car* and heads to Boots for Hydraluron. TIA missy!! xxx

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    1. its amazing! pair with a rich moisturiser and you will love it!

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  37. I really need to reorganize my skincare and I love how you've done yours! Thanks for the inspiration. xx
    www.bohoglow.wordpress.com
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    1. Thanks Rachel! I am trying to be neat but give me a couple of weeks and it will all be ruined :) haha

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  38. Great post Laura, the hydraluron is now on my shopping list or maybe I will order online now! I think my best skin regime discovery was Dove Soap Bars. As a poor student I resorted to using the Dove Bar instead of my cleansers etc, and I've never looked back. Cleared my spotty teenage skin up and my dry skin was far better for it too! Xx

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  39. I thought you liked the white tea and ginger body spray?? i think that one is actually nice, what happened?

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    1. I liked it so much I got three of them :) haha this is bottle number three and to be honest I am just sick of it now. I really don't use the sprays as often as I should to justify such a bulk purchase so lesson learned :)

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  41. The EH cleansing balm sounds so good especially with adding the rosehip seeds for exfoliation. I love balms. I think they're better for winter.
    X

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  42. Can you believe I received the EH cleanser in my beauty subscription box and have not used yet - think I will now! We don't have the same skin type but my best routine was Simple gel face wash, Simple toner, Origins Modern Fusion Serum (now discontinued) and Biotherm Acnopur. Now I'm quite loving Caudalie :) A change in pill has meant a ten day battle with some crazy @ss spots and all the big skin care guns are out!

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  43. great post!
    it gives me a nice idea for my products too.


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  44. Check out my blog for skin care advice www.uniquebyneha.co.uk
    I think the rodial range is amazing!

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  45. I found myself nodding as I was reading, I use a few of the same things also suggested by the amazing Caroline and also loving them. Only thing I could suggest is when using the emma hardie balm every evening I use a couple of the upwards facial movements that they do when you're lying down having a facial, fingertips to jawline then push upwards right up so your cheeks go up, I do this about 5/6 times before I rinse off the cleanser - I like to think of it as my mini facial and a small bit of help against gravity! x

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  46. Neat and not excessive! also love how you don't have the same brands as everyone else seems to.

    stylesweetly.blogspot.com

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  47. Alpha-a balancing cleanser and Liquid Gold, Antipodes honey mask, Chantecaille vital essence serum, bloody expensive but worth every penny.
    XOXO

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  48. Great post Laura x

    www.elles-eyes.blogspot.com

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  49. I know it's not high tech but I sometimes take a little glycerin and mix it w/ a drop of water or argan oil and apply it under my moisturizer at night. L'occitane shea butter cream is also very good

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  50. The body shop's tea tree range is amazing. I've tried a various range of products, including the more expensive ones. But the tea tree range at the body shop is relatively cheap, and works like a treat. The face wash and toner lasts me ages, and the moisturising gel is a breath of fresh air . The night lotion also did my skin wonders. Definitely worth a try.

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