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P.M. Skincare Routine – June 2018

My current evening skincare routine – June 2018 Step 1 – Cleanse Clinique Take The Day Off Makeup Remover for Lids, Lashes & Lips – I bought this to try because I loved Take The Day Off balm. This doesn’t work as well on stubborn eyeliner and mascara. I won’t buy it again but I’m glad tried it. Available a Clinique. TATA HARPER Purifying Cleanser – This is better suited

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A.M. Skincare Routine – June 2018

My current morning skincare routine – June 2018 Step 1 – Cleanse Dr. Lancer The Method: Polish – For serious exfoliators only. This is in my Hall of Fame. If you’re looking to resurface your face, you’re going to want this in your routine. Available at Sephora. Step 2 – Toner/Hydrate Life Plankton Essence by BIOTHERM – I’m still using and loving this essence. It leaves my skin feeling extremely

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P.M. Skincare Routine – April 2018

My current evening skincare routine – April 2018 Step 1 – Cleanse Bioderma Micellaire Water – Of course! My go-to make up remover. Available online. OMOROVICZA Thermal Cleansing Balm – I love everything about this cleansing balm; the texture, smell, etc. Feels like pure luxury. Contains Hungarian moor mud, calcium and magnesium and scented with orange blossom oil. Devine. Available at Sephora. Step 2 – Serum Differin – I’m rotating

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A.M. Skincare Routine – April 2018

My current morning skincare routine – April 2018 Step 1 – Cleanse Erborian Creme Scrub – I bought this mild herbal exfoliator at L’Occitane on Black Friday to give it a try. It’s very mild and I enjoy the herbal scent. It may be discontinued but I’ve seen it on eBay. Step 2 – Hydrate Life Plankton Essence by BIOTHERM – I’ve tried a few different marine essence products and

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P.M. Skincare Routine November 2017

My current P.M. skincare routine – November 2017 Step 1 – Remove make-up Bioderma Micellar Water – The BEST eye-makeup remover.  Amazon is known to have fakes so buy from a reputable online site. Step 2 – Cleanse & Exfoliate The Greatest Scrub of All by Soap and Glory – A UK find.  Hopefully, they find a way to sell it in the USA. Step 3 – Toner/Hydrate La Roche

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P.M. Skincare Routine August 2017

My current P.M. skincare routine – Summer 2017 Step 1 – Remove make-up Bioderma Micellar Water – This French wonder removes stubborn eye make-up and everything else. Amazon is known to have fakes so buy from a reputable online site. Melvita Rose Cleansing Oil – Another French brand, organic and so lovely to use. I love the rose scent. Safe for the eyes as well. Known for their plant based

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A.M. Skincare Routine August 2017

My current A.M. skincare routine – Summer 2017 Step 1 – Cleanse Tata Harper Regenerating Cleanser – I’ve written a full review here.  This is perfect for a morning cleanse with mild exfoliation.  Step 2 – Hydrate La Roche-Posay Thermal Water – It’s my habit to spritz my face with a facial water or essence before adding serum.  Theory being that water molecules help serum absorb deeper into the skin.  I

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A.M. Skincare Routine April 2017

My current A.M. skincare routine – April 2017 Step 1 – Cleanse YON-KA LAIT NETTOYANT – My longtime aesthetician turned me onto Yon-Ka skincare from Paris.  She recommended this milky cleanser for my dry skin.  It’s a plant based skincare line that has many quality products in its range.  Available at med spas or online.  Step 2 – Hydrate Pixi Hydrating Milky Mist – I love this toner.  It’s hydrating, moisturizing and

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P.M. Skincare Routine April 2017

My current P.M. skincare routine – April 2017 Step 1 – Cleanse RoC Soft Smoothing Scrub – This is a Canadian pharmacy item. It’s a bummer that they don’t sell this in the U.S. because it’s very good. It smells divine. I love the creamy consistency and the fine micro exfoliating beads. Step 2 – Exfoliate CANE + AUSTIN Miracle Pads – Because sometimes an exfoliating scrub just isn’t enough

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