Skin Care is the most important part to any makeup look. However, it might be hard finding the right products for you. This page will help you learn how to look after your skin.
- Free Derm Antibacterial Facial Cleanser (Blemished Skin)
- Johnsons Baby Shampoo No More Tears (Gentle for Sensetive skin)
- Garnier Clean Sensitive Moisture Indusion Cleansing Water (Sensitive Skin)
- The Body Shop Seaweed Clarifying Toner (Any Skin Types)
- Dickinson's Original Witch Hazel Pore Perfecting Toner (Spot-prone Skin)
- Lab Series Max LS Light Moisture Lotion (Dry Skin)
- Neutrogena Visibly Clear Oil-Free Moisturiser (Oily Skin)
- The Body Shop Vitamin E Cream Exfoliator (Normal Skin)
- Superdrug Dead Sea Purifying Clay Mask (Oily + Blemish Prone Skin)
- Superdrug Tea Tree Peppermint Peel-off Mask (Any Skin Type)
- St. Ives Blemish and Blackhead Clearing Scrub (with Salicylic Acid)
- A cleanser should be used to remove makeup (soap and water can be too drying) and comes in wash-off, liquid or creamy lotion form. If you suffer from blemishes use an antibacterial cleanser. A gentle cleansing water or lotion is ideal for sensitive skin.
- A toner should be used after cleansing to remove the remnants of your cleanser. Toner also helps to lighten pores, and acts as an exfoliant by removing dry skin. Astringent toners with witch hazel are ideal for spot-prone skin as they'll help to control oil production, but only use them when you suffer from spots as they can be drying.
- Applying moisturizer helps to rebalance the skin's moisture levels. If you suffer from dry skin, use a light moisturing lotion. If you have oily skin you don't need to add much moisture, so look out for oil-free ranges. These have a matte finish which makes a great base for makeup.
- Give your skin a good deep clean with a creamy, grainy exfoliator to get rid of dead skin cells and deep-cleanse pores.
- Fantastic for skin, clay masks help to dry out spots, while moisturising ones refresh. Peel-off masks help remove blackheads.