22 Feb 2015

my go to face cleansers

With combination blemished skin I tend to steer to more gentle face washes that I know won't make my skin freak out but still get my face clean and benefits it too.

As you can probably already see that they are all from The Body Shop which in my mind is a very underrated shop as their skincare is so good, and always my go to for budget skincare and bodycare for that matter.

I always double cleanse at the end of the day, I don't wear a lot of make up during the day but I always feel like I just want to get any grime off my face and make sure it's properly clean before my skincare.

My first step is using either of the Camomile cleansers. 
Camomile Sumptuous Cleansing Butter that when scooped into your hands starts as a butter texture then turns into a lovely oil that feels heavenly when massaged into the skin. This is the cleanser I use if I am wearing more make up or feel like I want a deeper wash,I find this cleanser so moisturising which is always a plus.

If I don't use the butter I will use the Camomile Silky Cleansing Oil which is my go to when I don't wear much make up but still want a good clean. The name is the perfect description the oil is heaven to clean with, massaged over dry skin it removes your make up effortlessly whilst still keeping moisture in your skin too

My second cleanse is always the The Body Shop Tea Tree Cool and Creamy Wash. I've always liked using tea tree on  my skin as I suffer from blemishes a lot, but the problem I found with it is that tea tree is that it can be very drying on the skin. That's where this creamy number comes into play, It has all the benefits of tea tree in it to combat my troubled skin but because it is a cream wash it doesn't strip all the moisture from your skin at the same time. This is my all time favorite face cleanser and I think I am on my 5th or 6th tube of the stuff.

So that's how I like to remove my make up and keep my skin cleansed. Have you tried any of these  and whats your go to cleanser?

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