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3 Easy Ways to Get a Healthier Skin

August 11, 2015
Hello!
 I realize that I haven't written for a while but I've been working non stop. Since it's nearly the end of summer and I'm starting college on the 7th of September, I'm trying to get in as many hours at work as I can (24 next week) as I won't be able to do that many when I start college. I need money too! So many things that I need yet I never have the money. Cry cry.

 Anyway, I found some time to write this quick post. I'll be planning a few posts ahead so I'm not posting as infrequently soon but here's a quickie.


 So I'm going to talk about how you can improve your skin, whether that's spots, blemishes or oilyness. I've been looking after my skin a lot more now, using different products and although it might seem like too much effort just using these products once a day or every other day can really make your face a lot healthier. 


 Now I'll say this, everyone has a different skin, whether you're prone to oilyness, have a dry skin, get more spots, achne etc. I just wanted to say my skin has always been fairly normal. Other than the occasional spots or dryness it's mostly fine. 


 What I started to use on a daily basis (or every other day if I forgot or couldn't be bothered) was:




1)Cleanser

2)Toner
3)Face Wash/Mask

 At the end of everyday I'd always use makeup wipes to remove my makeup and that's as far as cleaning my face went. What we don't realize is that it doesn't fully remove our makeup. We're still left with lots of muck on our face and everyone knows not to go to sleep without removing your makeup so why only remove it partially. After purchasing the Boots Botanics Cleansing Toner I realized that actually, my face was still filthy even though I just used a makeup wipe. What you do with a cleanser is you apply it on a cotton pad and just wipe your face down with it. Mine always ends up looking orange or grey, I know, horrible. It's just a step to preventing any breakage of spots. 

 The other thing I've been using is a facial toner. Now that baby works miracles. Again, I've rambled on enough about this but it's here again. A toner is basically there to fill your pores. Having filled pores basically means you get a smoother finish on your face when applying foundation or anything like that. That might not seem like a big deal but after repeating this your face is honestly so soft and I personally think that's all you need. Okay maybe not but who doesn't want a baby smooth skin? The toner I've been using is the Garnier's Softening Toner, which I just want to say is good and all but you could try any toner or even cleansers, whatever suits you better. 


 Lastly I'd like to talk about the importance of a face wash. You know when you see a spot coming out and you don't really know what to do to prevent it? Well I've been using the Neutrogena Visibly Clear 2 in 1 Wash and Mask which creates wonders! I've been using this at the end of the day and I usually leave it on from 10-30 minutes, depending on when I remember that it's on my face. So I usually use this as a mask however if I'm not bother to keep it on for so long i just use it as a wash. Now what this does is after washing it off you can instantly feel the difference. Your face feels a lot smoother and cleaner and any breakouts reduce in size. 


So that's it for now, thanks for reading and I hope some off you try this out and hopefully it works. 

See you next time, Dom x
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