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Night Time Skin Care Routine

A sensible plan to take care of your skin and help fight the visible signs of ageing. Pre-Step: Use a makeup remover to remove all traces of makeup. Step 1: Use a water soluble cleanser Step 2: (optional) Use a fragrance free toner on the skin. This should contain antioxidants and or skin soothing ingredients. Step 3: Use an exfoliant, either AHA or BHA product. Usage depends on how well your skin tolerates the product. AHA's are best for normal to sun-damaged skin. BHA are best for oily to blemish prone skins - as BHA's can exfoliate the pore whereas AHA's only exfoliates the skins surface. If you are allergic to aspirin than ask your doctor about using a BHA product before. Step 4: Use a retinol based product. Usage depends again on how well your skin tolerates it. Retinol can cause skin redness and peeling so bare this in mind. Not everyone can use this. NOTE: If you're using a medical Retin-A product (not that same as retinol) than a chemical exfoliant may not be necessary and may lead to increased skin sensitivity. Step 5: Use a moisturiser that contains antioxidants and cell-communicating ingredients. This step is not necessary if you have oily skin. Oily skin has a built in moisturiser and over applying moisturisers can lead to an increase in breakouts. NOTE: AHA and BHA products are pH dependant and need to be within a pH of 3-5 in order to exfoliant properly. When the pH is over 5 its ability to exfoliate stops working and it becomes more of a moisturiser than an exfoliant. If you do not use a chemical exfoliate or you can use a moisturiser that contains urea as this exfoliates and might be more beneficial to skin types that are very sensitive. You also have an option to use a scrub. All products have been shown in studies to have a beneficial impact on the skin and will help in the fight against wrinkling and ageing. In the day time make sure you use a sunscreen that is SPF 15 of higher and use enough to cover the face and neck. It is ok to use a foundation that contains an SPF of 15 or higher but make sure you apply enough to cover the skin. A light application will not provide enough sun protection. Remember everyones skin is different. It would be nice if all cosmetics companies only sold products that truly worked with ingredients that were beneficial to the skin - sadly that is not the case. However i do believe that more and more products are coming on the market that are better researched and offer a much better chance of actually doing something - other than reducing our bank balances. On a personal note i can use an exfoliant about 4-5 times a week - anything more and my skin gets dry. I also use the clarisonic face brush (which i personally think is very very good) but i only use this in the morning for 60 seconds. While this tool is considered a cleansing tool - it still as the ability to exfoliate so bare this in mind if you're using it and adjust your routine accordingly. If possible all products should be fragrance free and if possible colourant free. I hope you found the above helpful. I believe it is more beneficial than the original video that mentioned skin layering. Thank you for your time. Wayne

Short Reviews : Current Skincare Products

I've tried uploading this video 10 times at least, finally! Music: Tifa's theme by Nobuo Uematsu You can get Origins at Macy's, or online, or their stores in some malls. You can get First Aid Beauty on sephora, or other stores online. You can get Lancome and Estee Lauder at most department stores, and online. Products: Origins Zero Oil Pore Purifying Toner Origins Modern Fusion Skin Transforming Serum Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair Eye Estee Lauder Idealist Pore Minimizng Skin Refinisher Estee Lauder Hydrationist Maximum Moisture Cream Lancome Genifique Youth Activating Cream Serum Lancome Genifique Youth Activating Eye First Aid Beauty Eye Roller First Aid Beauty Facial Cleanser FTC: What? Do I look like I'd get paid to do reviews?!

Night Time Skin Care

Follow Me on Twitter: Skin care Products I use: The Body Shop Camomile Gentle Eye Makeup Remover: Clean and Clear Morning Burst Face Wash: CLINIQUE TONER Comb-dry skin: MaryKay Intense Eye Creme MaryKay Anti-Aging Moisterizer MaryKay Night Time Solution

Updated Skincare Routine!

*Bee Luscious Coupon Code at beautybroadcast (all lowercase, one word). Will give you 10% off your order- there's already a 25% off discount- so you can get a total of 35% off the order! Must be logged in and registered when you type it in! (full details & links to past reviews on my blog) DAY: -Bee Luscious Vibran-C Cleanser -Bee Luscious Vibran-C Skin Mist -Bee Luscious Vibran-C Day Lotion SPF 15 ( NIGHT: -Olay Daily Facials Cleansing Cloths OR Vibran-C Cleanser -Pond's Dry Skin Cream (sparingly) -Bee Luscious Oolong Tea & Carrot Oil Eye Cream AS NEEDED: -Clean & Clear Persa-gel -Queen Helene Mint Julep Mask TWITTER: BLOG:

Updated Skin Care Routine and Face Products I've Tried

Twitter: Facebook Page: As you can see I keep my routine very simple. I use the same face wash and moisturizer in the morning and at night. I only exfoliate or use a scrub about once a week. I forgot to mention that I still mostly only drink water. Also, I haven't started using an eye cream yet but I really should! Products mentioned: Used regularly: -Neutrogena Oil-free Eye Makeup Remover -Walgreens Cleansing and Make-up Removing Towelettes -The Body Shop Tea Tree Oil Facial Wash -Olay Complete All Day Moisture Lotion spf15 combo/oily skin Used Occasionally: -Queen Helene Mint Julep Mask -St Ives Apricot Scrub -Neutrogena Acne Stress Control Power-Clear Scrub -Lush Ocean Salt Face and Body Scrub -Jurlique Daily Exfoliating Cream Stopped Using: -Lush Fresh Farmacy Include in new routine: -Cetaphil Daily Facial Moisturizer spf15

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