Starting Off: Skincare

Tuesday 27 August 2013

STARTING OFF #1: Skincare


So skin. Something we all have and don't all properly look after. Well if your a female like me, than you'll know that finding a good remover for your make-up is hard, one that is specific to your skin type too. I have normal skin, sometimes a tad on the dry side, sometimes a tad on the oily side, but it's never specifically either. I do have sensitive skin though and it took me ages to finally come across a good make-up remover without coming out blotchy, or my eyes being really irritated. So my mum suggested using babywipes and i couldn't be happier with them. It's easier to take around with you, and can be bought quite easily from any drugstores, such as Boots or Superdrug. It's all in all just easier too, i mean as opposed to buying a specific 'well known' make-up remover that they may not stock in a small store or even a local drug store. Plus there's all the stuff you've got to buy to take it off with correctly. Okay, so normally just tissues or cotton wool, but still i find that this is a lot more efficient. They also smell not too bad either, and if they're good enough for babies they've got to be more than good enough - skin wise - for us!

I use one wipe to take off my eye make-up, no irritation is caused and it comes off quite easily and gently without any OTT scrubbing needed.
I use one wipe to take off my facial make-up, once again no irritation is caused, and it also comes off easily. I'm a bit of a clean freak when it comes to taking it off my skin as i don't want my pores clogging up, so i do scrub probably harder than need be.

That's my main skincare advice, always get a make-up remover that is suited to your skin to avoid irritation etc. This is my go to product and i'm always sure to carry a pack around with me in my bag for any make-up emergencies!

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1 comment:

LorileySesh said...

Never thought of using baby wipes. I've got sensitive skin too - will have to give this a try!

Loriley x

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