Monday, January 28, 2013
The Skin Regimine
Nourish All In One Facial Cleaner and Nourish All In One Antioxidant Facial Moisturizer:
After all I have been through in trying to get my skin acne free, the last place you would think I would look for skin care is a grocery store. But alas, I have. Word on the street is that the dermatologist that concocted the Nourish Skin Care line is selling a very similar formula in their office for ten times the price! The face wash is a soothing gel that lathers but doesn't dry my face out, and it takes off my make up really well.
The Nourish lotion is really light and oil free. This is a huge selling point for me because I usually feel a super thick mask like feeling when I use other moisturizers which prevents me using it...and I don't know about you but moisturizers don't work well when they are sitting on your shelf and not on your face. But this one seems to be melt right in to your face and leaving it feeling fresh and dewy.
SkinCeuticals Phloretin CF:
Now I know this item is pretty darn pricey. In fact I bought it from my dermatologist and then had instant buyers remorse. I wasn't able to return it and now looking back, I am glad I didn't. All it takes is four little drops a day and it tightens up my pores and leaves my skin looking super "fresh". I don't know how else to describe it except "fresh". The overall look of my skin has been transformed and I honestly don't think I can go back!
Clinique Clarifying Lotion 2:
I usually avoided toners because they dried my face out like whoa. But this one, this one does not do that. I love how after I swipe a cotton pad with this stuff on it my face tingles and almost feels like its breathing. Weird...but true.
Cetaphil SPF 50:
I use this every morning to provide a shield of defense for my face when I head out in to the world. SPF 50 might seem a bit like overkill to some...but you never can be to careful when it comes to your skin right?
Most definitely the cheapest part of my regimine but one of the most important. I keep a little pot of this stuff on my nightstand. Before bed I put some on my lips, cuticles, the back of my hands and around my eyes (ahem, where some little crows feet are starting to tiptoe their way on to my face).