Night Time Routine…


This month, it is all about keeping the skin clean and moisturised.  I have lots of different products that I use to cleanse and moisturise my skin, but this week I have been using the following products.

To cleanse, I have been using Pixi’s Nourishing Cleansing Balm.  You only need a very small amount to be effective.  I use it for both the first and second cleanse and it leaves the skin feeling very soft.  I am looking forward to trying Pixi’s new Double Cleanse, a cleansing balm/cleansing cream that they have recently brought out in collaboration with Caroline Hirons.


Next, I have been using the Alpha H Liquid Gold with glycolic acid.  I have been alternating this with the Pixi Glow tonic at night.  This is the first bottle of Liquid Gold that I have tried, and so far I have been very happy with the results.


For my eyes, I have been applying Dr Organic’s Rose Otto Eye Serum (overnight moisture repair).  This is silky smooth and easily absorbed.


A firm favourite of mine, is the Kiehls Hydro-plumping Re-texturising Serum Concentrate.  I think that this might be my favourite serum,  it is light, easily absorbed and leaves skin feeling 20 years younger.  I often use a facial oil in the evenings instead of a serum, but I am really loving using this product at the moment.


Finally, to moisturise, I have been using the Rose Otto Anti-Aging Overnight Rescue Night Cream from Dr Organic.  This is gorgeous – very moisturising and smells beautifully of rose.


So, that’s my current evening routine.  I would love to know if you have tried any of these products, or if you have any recommendations for something different.

Have a great week …


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