(Closed) What is your daily skincare routine?

posted 7 years ago in Beauty
Post # 3
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Helper bee

@SoupyCat: My morning routine is pretty simple: wash with an exfoliating cleanser (I get mine from Whole Foods) and then put on Bliss SPF 15 moisturizer & Caudalie eye cream.

My night routine is much longer…First, I use Bosica Makeup Breakup oil cleanser to remove my makeup.  Next, I use the Clarisonic brush with Philosophy Purity Made Simply cleanser all over my face.  I then put on a serum (from Whole Foods again), followed by a moisturizer (Bioskincare) on my face, neck and decollete.  And of course eye cream….and Vaseline on my eyelashes (it works wonders!).

Post # 4
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

I’ve gotten into using Garnier products, and have LOVED it! There wasn’t a day where I would go without a blemish or afew on my face, until I tried Garnier products. 

 

In the morning I use Garnier Skin Renew 3 in 1 facial wash, then Garnier Renew moisturizer. At night I use a makeup removing wipe, and then rub my face with PONDS cold cream, wiping away anything else. And that’s it…unless I feel the need to put on undereye cream, which I always forget =]

Post # 5
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2008

My routine is a little odd because I don’t shower in the morning- I’m a night bather.

Night: Use clarisonic brush with biore ice cleanser. Apply Bliss Vitamin C moisturizer.

Morning: Apply SPF

Once a week: Juice Beauty Face Peel

Twice a day: Perricone vitamins

Post # 6
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

For the morning:

– Rinse face with water

– Use Decleor Tonifying lotion (toner)

– Decleor rose essence serum

– Decleor Harmine delicate milky cream lotion

 

For nighttime:

– Decleor Aroma Cleansing milk

– (every other day) Decleor natural exfoliant

–  Decleor Tonifying lotion (toner)

– Decleor rose essence serum

– Decleor Harmine delicate milky cream lotion

Obviously I LOVE Decleor products. It’s so gentle and natural. My skin has always been ‘angry’ because apparently I was using products that were too harsh. 

Post # 7
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

In the morning I exfoliate gently in the shower with apricot scrub and wash with a gentle cleanser like Cetaphil. Then I put on a benzoyl peroxide gel (from Acne.org), wait for it to dry, and moisturize. At night I do the same thing minus the scrub. I am prone to acne and this has been working pretty well for me. I tried it without the scrub for a while and got wicked blackheads.

Post # 8
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Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: July 2010

I do very little for my face/skin.  It gets washed when I’m in the shower (no special products though).  And that’s it!  Works great for me – I often get compliments on my skin.  I’m glad it is so low-maintenance.

Post # 9
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2011

I’ll share!  I had some acne problems over the last year or so, and I ahave been trying different products to combat it…..finally have found my regimen and have been ZIT FREE (yes, not even one) since March.

AM:  In the shower, I wash my face with WalMart (LOL, I’m cheap) brand acne cleanser that’s comparable to neutrogena but half the price. 

Then I use BAKING SODA as a scrub.  Make a paste and use a small amount.  Rub gently on face and rinse….cheapest and BEST exfoliator I’ve used, I’ve had the same small box for 3 months.

Next I use Oil of Olay Total Effects with a hint of foundation.  I used to use liquid make-up, but it was always clogging my pores.  This DOES NOT.  To cover dark circles I use a concealor pallete and a brush, then I use physians formula light bronzer powder, which also DOES NOT clog pores.

Pm:  I wash with my Walmart cleanser then I use the Acne Free system.  It’s a three step process like Pro Active, but without the price tag and this one works.  I used Pro Active for months and stil had zits pop up….NONE with this product.

Afew times a week I use an egg wash mask.  Take an egg white and whip it, add about a tsp of lemon juice and apply to face till dry.  I’ve never used any other mask that makes my face so soft and also gets rid of red marks…it works!

 

Post # 13
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

I’m so simple and easy.  First I shower at night.  In the shower I sometimes (50% of the time) use Origins face wash or nothing – just water.  Then in the morning I splash water on my face, towel dry then use Aveno (or Target equivalent) spf 15 positively radient face lotion.  That’s it.   In the evening I try to remember to take off (the tiniest bit I wear of) my make up.  No special creams, scrubs or what not.  I’m just lucky to have good skin that needs no work.  Also drink lots of water – you can see it in your skin!

Post # 14
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Helper bee

I don’t have much of a routine…I shower in the afternoon, use Neutrogena Fresh Foaming Cleanser if I have make-up on and then I use Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion or Clinique Moisture Surge. I have pretty good skin so it is easy to take care of thank goodness 🙂

Post # 16
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

Like a lot of other bees, I find that simple is best!

I use a gentle lotion cleanser to wash up at night and just splash wth lukewarm water and a towel in the morning. Right now I’m loving Caudalie’s gentle cleanser, but usually I use something from the drugstore, like Cetaphil or cold cream. Once a week I throw in a teaspoon or so of baking soda to my cleanser to gently exfoliate. I have super sensitive skin and use Retin-A on top of it, so this is the most “grainy” product I can use. I love how cheap it is and it gets rid of the retinoid flakies without burnination.

At night, I use a pea size dab of Retin-A, wait 20 min, and then apply whatever moisturizer I happen to be using (Clinique DDML right now). If I’m really dry, I will use Vaseline deep moisture (the creamy petroleum jelly formula) warmed between my hands and patted over rough spots.

In the morning, I just use L’Occitane shea butter SPF milk because I love the smell and the fragrance doesn’t bother my skin (which is a miracle).

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