ESPA Refining Skin Polish
I cannot believe it took me this long to try this. The ESPA Refining Skin Polish*, is essentially an exfoliator which I focus on my nose area to help get rid of any dead skin and blackheads that can build up. It is great if you live in the city and suffer from congested skin.
The Body Shop Amazonian Acai Energising Radiance Mask
I have spoken about this mask a lot recently but in the winter, your skin can feel dull and lack lustre. A radiance mask will give it the boost it needs to keep glowing and fresh.
Origins GinZing Eye Cream
The Origins GinZing eye cream is the one to help brighten and hydrate your under eyes. It really lifts the entire face and unlike most eye creams you can see the effects within a few applications.
The Ordinary Cold Pressed Rosehip Oil
This is a nourishing treat towards the end of my skincare routine. I often do my skincare routine as soon as I get home and after walking around with the cold against my face, there is something extremely confronting about applying The Ordinary Cold Pressed Rosehip Oil on my face. As all Rosehip oils it helps with the texture of the skin but also helps seal in hydration. (Sidenote, it is £9.00 making it one of the more affordable Rosehip Seed oils on the market)
B Beautiful B Confident Day Cream
My moisturiser is the confronting end of any skincare routine and the B Beautiful B Confident day cream does this and more. There is a full review here but essentially. it is a jar of hydration that honestly locks moisture in the skin for 12 hours.
These four skincare products have allowed me to keep my face feeling plump and hydrated, despite the horrid British weather.
Do you have any go too hydration fixers this winter? If you do, I would to hear what they are.