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What does your skincare routine consist of?


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I use the caudalie cleansing milk, dr. organics aloe vera gel, cerave moisturizer for dry skin. I use pyunkangyl nutrition cream during mornings. I also recieved Klairs toner but haven't used it yet. I also have the Ordinary's lactic acid 5% + ha 2% but since my skin is a little bit dehydrated now I'm taking it easy with the acid.

My skin is dry and dehydrated.

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① makeup remover - banila co makeup remover or any cleansing towelette
② cleanser - neutrogena deep clean cream cleanser 
③ toner - witch hazel (if i run out i opt for acv diluted w water)
④ oil - rosehip oil
⑤ moisturizer - ponds dry skin cream :D

i use any sheet masks or indian healing clay mask ! it works but drys the shit out of ur skin LOL

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After watching a bunch of skincare youtube (specialists and estheticians - not beauty gurus) I'm doing a huge overhaul on my skincare routine. Currently testing out a new cleanser, toner and moisturizer (all ELF) for a week though but this was my general skincare routine and I'm looking to swap certain stuff out and add new stuff. 

I have pretty decent normal (neither dry or oily) non-sensitive skin with breakouts only occurring typically before and during period. 

Cleanser (daily) - Aveeno Clear Complexion Foaming Cleanser with 0.5% salicylic acid. (might be swapping out)

Exfoliants - Wishful (Huda Beauty) Yo Glow Enzyme Scrub (with AHAs and BHAs (once a week). I got it for free and as much as I liked it, I won't be purchasing this for $40. Neutrogena Rapid Clear Cleansing Pads with 2% salicylic acid (every other day). I got it originally for KP on my butt lol but I thought I'd try it for my face - would not recommend. It has so much alcohol and even though it didn't dry my normal skin out I can tell with continued use it'll fuck me up. 

Masks (2-3 times a week depending on the mask) - Shea Moisture African Black Soap Clarifying Mud Mask and New York Biology Dead Sea Mud Mask. I won't be repurchasing the Shea Moisture one (because I think there's a reformulated one now and it has bad reviews) but it does leave my skin feeling moisturized. I just got the Dead Sea Mud Mask and it seems to be treating my skin well

Sheet Masks (1-2 times a week) - Any sheet masks I can find, typically from Daiso lol but I typically gravitate towards stuff with hyaluronic acid, aloe, and green tea. 

Moisturizer - Clean & Clear Dual Action Moisturizer (daily). May or may not repurchase. Leaves my skin feeling moisturized but matte. Garnier Clearly Brighter SPF 15 Moisturizer (daily morning). Will probably repurchase until I find another affordable effective SPF product. Leaves my skin soooo dewy and soft. 

As for the new skincare additions, I'm currently trying out the ELF Cosmetics Jelly Pop Cleanser (night 1 review- doesn't feel super cleansing but I've been using cleansers with stripping agents for a while soo I might have to get used to it), SuperTone Toner (night 1- this is more of chemical exfoliant and did leave my skin feeling pretty stripped after) and Holy Hydration Cream (night 1- left my skin feeling suuuper soft this morning. will probably use it as my night cream in the future). 

 

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