- 1 year ago
I uaed to have quite a extensive routine when I was breaking out, but as my skin normalized I reduced some of the products I use due to frequent traveling. That’s not to say I don’t have a lot of skin products… I alternate the ones I use by the skin condition of the day.
Two step cleanser: I normally use a two-step cleanser. Shu Uemura’s oils to remove heavier makeup, then Peter Thomas Roth Cucumber De-Tox foaming cleanser or SK-2 Gentle face cleanser.
One step cleanser: On days I am not wearing heavy make-up, I’ll use AHA Skin Cleansing Research Face Wash for both mild makeup removing and cleansing. It seems to be a cult favorite.
Toner: SK-2 Miracle Water. I didn’t notice a difference until 3-6 months in, but I don’t think I can go back. It’s improved my skin condition on so many different levels.
Serums: I take a break from these when I don’t need them, but I ocassionally go back when my skin needs a little pick me up. SkinCeuticals’s Retexturing Activator, Phyto Corrective Gel and/or C E Ferulic.
Eye cream: Essano rosehip eye cream.
Face cream: La Prarie Swiss Ice Crystals cream.
Sun care: innisfree Daily UV protection cream mild SPF 35. On more intensive days I would switch to Shiseido’s Anessa (yellow bottle).
FutureDrAtkins : Agree with you here. The meteorites does wonder for a fresh look. I used to use the brush, but it was quite troublesome as the powder would puff all over the place for me. I now use their travel version which is a very soft cushion.