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My Skin Care Routine

My skin goes through phases. Its known as a “combination complexion” so it’s oily in some places, but dry and normal in others. I feel like this is pretty high maintenance. I have spent some big bucks on different moisturizers that just end up causing break outs, or different washes that end up drying me out – replacing my bumps with flaking skin. I end up feeling pretty unmotivated with all of this, however I seem to have found a face wash that has been working well, Clinique’s Acne Solutions! I had a bit of a break recently though because apparently your skin can become immune to different products, and I have no clue what I would do if my face stopped cooperating with the help of this cleanser. I’m always getting lots of compliments on my skin when I stick with it. 

I’ve been feeling in the need of a bit of a skin pick me up. So instead of just doing my cleanser in the shower, I thought I would give myself a mini spa day, and I documented it for any of you who may be interested. (Check out the products I used at the end of this post)

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First I started by removing my makeup (duh) which was pretty simple since I was only wearing mascara and eyebrow pencil.
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Then I cleansed as usual.
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Then I had some fun with one of my favourite masks, the Origins charcoal mask. I find this is really helpful getting rid of break outs, a great way to top up. (I never thought I’d see the day where I’d post pictures of myself like this online haha)
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After washing off (which is quite the challenge with this mask) I applied my current eye cream and moisturizer. I’m currently bouncing between samples to see what works best for my skin, and so far am loving these products! (And I know I have some bits left of the mask… whoops!)
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And that’s it! By the next morning when I woke up, my skin was looking much clearer and smooth!

What are your favourite products to use when you pamper your skin?

Products Used: 
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