Skin Care Routine

Skin Care
I realised I haven't done a skin care routine yet and I think I finally have found some products that work with my skin!
I've found three products that I feel help my skin and can work for all skin types. 
My skin is dry, sensitive and I mostly get break outs and blemishes on my chin.
I came across 'Skin Food' New Zealand which is natural based, paraben free and New Zealand made, which would be good for all skin types.
Also surprising one of The Body Shop products which I usually stay clear of because their products are quite fragranced but this one is great for break outs, which would be good for oily acne prone skin.

Skin Food New Zealand 'Renew' Certified Organic Rosehip Oil
Enriched with Vitamin E

The scent of this oil is amazing it smells like fresh almost want to taste it...but I wouldn't recommend it!
I always apply my rosehip oil after i've taken off all my makeup and washed my face with the Skin Food's 'Cleans All' cleanser. My face feel so much softer and moisturised when using this combo.
Rosehip oil is effective for, scars, stretch marks, fine lines and dehydrated skin showing signs of ageing.
Suitable for all skin types.
After cleaning gently massage 2-3 drops onto face, neck or body morning and night.

Skin Food New Zealand 'Cleans All'
Contains- Manuka honey, kiwifruit and limeflower extracts, sunflower oil and aloe vera
This cleanser also smells amazing you can definitely smell the honey and kiwifruit!
I use this cleanser as a face wash morning and night, especially after my makeup course when my skin is feeling at its worst and a little irritated this cleanser instantly soothes and calms my skin.
Directions say to massage onto your face and neck then gently rinse off.

Mud Masque
Contains- Natural Rotorua mud with aloe vera and jojoba oil

I was excited to try this because if you've heard of 'Glam Glow' mud mask (the expensive version)
this is exactly the same!
I apply an even thick layer over my whole face, avoiding around the eyes then I keep the mud mask on my face till it dries. The funny part is when the mud starts to dry you'll notice that you can't move your face or really talk properly, then you'll know its time to wash it off.
I recommend using this once or twice a week as I wouldn't suggest this as an everyday skin routine.
I also have found this to make my eyes water when I first apply it on
Directions say to apply a thick even layer onto cleansed skin and wash of when mask has hardened.

The Body Shop Tea Tree Skin Clearing Facial Wash
I've never really like the scent of Tea Tree but its said to diminish blemishes and acne, so I though I'd try it out as I now have a few blemishes on my chin!
When I do get a little nasty spot on my face I find when I wash my face with this gel it really does minimise the size of the spot as it draws out the oils and other grow stuff...
Said to reduce excess oil while staying gentle to skin and breakouts are minimised with regular use.


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