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I have quite dry skin..


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  1. Sally says:

    Skin care routine for dry skin:

    Cleansers -
    Neutrogena Visibly Clear Pink Grapefruit Gel Wash 200ml (£3.26)

    Helps eliminate spots and blackheads with a fresh clean feel. An uplifting daily facial cleanser for clear, fresh and healthy looking skin everyday. With powerful MicroClear® technology, the formula cleanses deeply to help eliminate spots and blackheads.The refreshing gel gently purifies the skin without overdrying, while a wave of pink grapefruit uplifts the senses with a burst of invigorating freshness.

    Mask -
    Palmer's Cocoa Butter Purifying Facial Mask 120g (£5.99)

    Palmer’s Cocoa Butter Formula Purifying Mask is packed with essential oils. The natural green clay will help draw out pore clogging impurities allowing the deeply nourishing natural Almond Oil to get to work on dry skin. Evening Primrose Oil, Chamomile extracts and Aloe Vera will help to calm the skin while Menthol will leave it feeling cool. Cocoa Butter will keep the skin nicely moisturised. Smooth the luscious mask onto damp skin – avoiding the eye area – and allow the Kaolin Clay to gently dry whilst the natural active ingredients take effect. Suitable for all skin types. Usage instructions: Leave on up to 10 minutes and rinse with water.

    Scrub -
    St Ives Apricot Gentle Scrub 150ml (£4.29)

    For dry/sensitive skin. Only St. Ives captures the secrets of naturally beautiful and healthy looking skin in this mild cleansing formula that gently exfoliates, removing dull, dead skin cells to instantly reveal smooth, radiant, healthy looking skin. Hypo-allergenic.Gentle enough to be used every day.

    Moisturizer –
    Neutrogena Deep Moisture Comfort Balm 300ml (£6.15)

    Deep moisture comfort balm.

    The richness of a cream in an instantly absorbing balm, especially formulated to bring comfort to dry skin.Its Norwegian Formula is clinically proven to deliver active moisture up to 10 layers deep in the skin, for 24 hour moisture and long-lasting comfort. Neutrogena’s Comfort Balm has a non-greasy texture that melts into the skin immediately, leaving skin perfectly soothed and soft. Its fresh and gentle scent provides a comforting feeling upon application.

    Eye cream –
    Anatomicals Eye Cream We All Scream 15ml (£4.49)

    This isnt the kind of cream that will make obese or clog your arteries. Anatomicals Eye cream, you scream, we all scream for eye cream, is as light and refreshing as a 99 cone on a hot Summer's day. With a delicious combination of Gingko Biloba, Liqourice, Calendula and witch hazel, it will transform your pooped out peepers in a jiffy. What's more this eye cream is so affordable, you hardly need any lolly to buy it.

    Then continue with your usual make-up routine.
    Hope this helped.

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