my current skincare routine

When it comes to my skincare routine, I have figured out that simple is best (for me), and even though I love trying out new products, I have found that these are the ones that keep my skin happy and healthy. They range from drugstore to high end and I’ve learned that not every product a brand makes works for my skin, which is why I need to mix and match. It has taken a while to find them, but I’m so glad to share these skincare heroes with you:

Cetaphil Dermacontrol Oil Control Foam Wash: 

I have tried several cleansers and though I enjoy many, this face wash has been my go to cleanser for both am and pm for over 5 months now. It is fuss free, smells great and gets the job done. My skin does not feel tight afterwards. I use it alone in the mornings and after my makeup remover in the evenings.

SK-II Facial Treatment Essence:

My skin has never been happier ever since I added this into my routine both in the mornings and evenings. It replaces my toner and serum and does an amazing job. It doesn’t break me out, leaves my skin soft, clear and healthy. I don’t know if this makes a difference for everyone, but it has certainly been a game changer in my routine. I can honestly say it has been the one product that has made the most difference in my skin. I am on my second bottle and plan to purchase the 7.7 oz soon.

Clinique Moisture Surge Extended Thirst Relief:

I have lost track of how many jars of this I have gone through. Here’s my review. 

Once or twice a week I exfoliate using this and once a week I use this mask. What is the one skincare product that has made the greatest difference in your routine?

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