My Evening Skincare Routine (Acne/Blemish Prone Skin)

My Evening Skincare Routine (Acne/Blemish Prone Skin)

This is the embarrassing one where I film my evening skincare routine by, ahem, popular demand.

Ridiculous hair and outfit and setting aside — who washed their face in their living room anyway? — filming this was quite fun anf I can kind of see why people do it. Watching it back however, is painful and a stark reminder that a) I am such a posh Kent gal & b) Kate Moss, I am not. Nonetheless, Oli’s fab filming and editing tekkers made this beaut Vlog just in time for Vlogmas. Bravo.

I have pretty standard combination skin, but as I’ve talked about more times than I care to mention; it gets quite hormonal and prone to a bout of acne. It comes and goes in waves but my face here is pretty standard. It may seem like a lot of products to use, but as you can see, it really doesn’t take long to go through the whole routine at all. I think I said it wook me about 15 mins or something but it actually takes closer to 5-10. Anyway, details aside, it’s a good rule of thumb to note that if you took 20 minutes to put on your makeup — it should take you more than a quick swipe of a face wipe (urgh) to take off.

Products Used

Sephora Miscellar Water,$12

The Body Shop Camomile Silky Cleansing Oil,£10

Nip & Fab Glycolic Fix Exfoliating Cleansing Pads,£12.95

Julie Hewitt Camellia Oil, £36

La Roche Posay Effaclar Duo +, £15.50

Lancome Visionnaire Yeux, £40

If you’re interested in hearing more about any of the products I’ve mentioned – let me know in the comments, and please do give us a thumbs up on You Tube if you liked it.

L x


Lucy Lucraft
Lucy Lucraft

Lucy is a freelance journalist, blogger and podcaster based in Brighton, UK.

She started this blog in 2013 and is the host of blogging podcast What She Said.

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