Autumn skincare routine

Well hello to you my reader chums! It's been a while since I've shared my favourite skincare products on my blog, and what I use on a day to day basis. Since being in my twenties, I've been treating my skin a lot better than how I did in my teens, removing makeup more efficiently and having 'no makeup' days. It's really benefited my skin for the better, and although I don't use a tonne of products on my skin, what I do use is highly effective.

Autumn skincare routine

I've fortunately never suffered from acne or bad skin. During my teens, my skin was very clear and only in my late teens to twenties, I got the occasional breakout or two. I tackled this with trying out various products and now have established a routine I really love. It's simple but effective. 

Morning routine

When it comes to my skin in the morning, I like to wake myself up with a quick wash and moisturise. I either use the Protocol facial wash or Simple's micellar facial wash. Both are quite light in texture which I love, as they're thick enough to scrub the skin, but not heavy enough for a deep wash. I've used a mixture of moisturisers, but my favourite is Protocol's facial gel. It's quite heavy duty with its moisturising factor, however doesn't feel too thick when you apply it. 

Autumn skincare routine

Night routine

My evening routine starts with one of my new favourite items, the wipeout cleansing cloth. I got sent this a couple of weeks ago and was really intrigued by the concept. It's a microfibre and reusable cloth which removes makeup without any product needed. As you can use it over and over, it's very eco-friendly and lasts ages. The cloth can be quite harsh on the skin, however it really gets all the makeup off. 

If the cloth is in the wash, I use the classic Garnier micellar water to remove my makeup. It takes it off efficiently and leaves my skin feeling fresh. I've raved about it for years and years, and probably will never change to a new makeup remover!

To cleanse, I use Superdrug's hot cloth cleanser with a muslin cloth. It's such a gentle cleanser on the skin - the creamy texture helps wash the skin with ease and leaves it feeling really smooth. After that, I'll tone my skin with Simple's toner and then moisturise. If I have any blemishes, I'll also put Sudocream on them before bed.

Occasionally, once every week or two, I use the Galloway and White mud mask. It's my favourite mask at the minute - not only does it feel extra light and natural on the skin, once it's washed off, it's one those masks that leave it extra soft and refreshed. As you can tell, it's a pretty simple routine but I love it!

I hope you enjoyed this post. What are your go to skincare products?

Thank you for reading <3



6 comments

  1. I really like this blog post with a lot of new products to check out! I really like the Galloway & White mask too! My skincare routine consists of the Lush Eau Roma Water Toner, the Lush Mask of Magnaminty and the Balm Balm Little Miracle Rosehip serum!😊

    Xoxo
    Shirley | https://shirleycuypers.blogspot.be

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    1. Thank you Shirley! Those products sound fab, I'll have to check them out xx

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  2. The Galloway & White mud mask sounds amazing. Face masks are such a necessity at this time of year with the effects the weather can have on your skin, so I'm definitely going to see if I can pick it up.

    Hope you're having a great weekend.

    Chloe x

    http://www.yourschloe.co.uk/

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    1. They certainly are! Hope you like it - thank you xx

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  3. The Galloway and White mask is my go-to for masking. I love it! My skincare routine is so extra lol I currently LOVE the Niacinamide by The Ordinary and really home that Deciem will resume their business ASAP because I don't want to live a life without it haha

    xx
    www.thedecemberdame.com

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    1. Isn't it?! Oh no I hope they do, so I can try it too haha xx

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