19 March 2016

Skincare Saviours | #BloggersRecommend ❤

Hello Lovelies!
#HappySaturday. I'm back with my March instalment of #BloggersRecommend "Skincare Saviours" I had such a positive response from my first post 6 Lipstick Lovin' Bloggers and knew that this was a series I really wanted to keep going on my blog. #BloggersRecommend is a series where myself and a new group of bloggers each month can get involved and discuss a topic voted for via a Twitter poll. I love the blogging community and thought this would be a nice way to get more fantastic bloggers involved on my blog and of course to share different products and opinions. If you would like to get involved then please leave a comment below, as I will shortly be looking to plan the April #BloggersRecommend post. I also want to a say a huge thanks to all the bloggers who got involved with this post and it would be amazing if you could show them support by checking out their links!
My Skincare Saviour has to be the Seaweed Pore Cleansing Exfoliator. It's the only skincare product I've used continuously for 2 years and there's a good reason! It’s full of tiny jojoba beads that work when you rub them against the skin. It is pretty harsh but that’s why I love it. It removes dead skin better than any other exfoliator I’ve ever used. I use this once a week in the shower and my skin is always fresh and free of dry patches. My pores feel tighter and when used in conjunction with a few other products they definitely appear smaller! My skin is always brighter and fresher and I look forward to using this every week.
Megan - Blog - Twitter
KIKO's Cleansing Milk and Tone is my absolute favourite skincare product. I use it every morning and evening as part of my skincare routine. It removes all traces of makeup on my face, along with all the day's dirt and is so easy to use. The milky formula leaves my skin feeling so soft. It's a quick, convenient and cheap product, ideal for every day use. Another perk is that it lasts a long time (a little goes a long way). The only little 'complaint' I have is that it doesn't really act as much of a 'toner' because as soon as you put it onto your face, you rub it off again, so the toner doesn't have much time to act. I tend to use another toner after I have rinsed this cleansing milk off. Having to use another toner doesn't really bother me too much. It's a brilliant cleanser which compensates for that. It will probably always be one of my skincare essentials. I mean, what more could you want? It's affordable, pretty and does the job, perfectly!
Chloe - Blog - Twitter
When India asked me to write about a skincare saviour for her bloggers recommend series, my mind instantly flitted to the Pixi Glow Tonic. I'm on my fifth bottle of this exfoliating liquid toner and have ditched traditional scrubs in the process. I use it morning and night, finding that the benefits increase from daily use. Containing Glycolic Acid to loosen and remove dead skin cells, the Pixi Glow Tonic is so effective at keeping dryness at bay and making my skin look refreshed and brighter, without feeling harsh or abrasive. Thankfully it's alcohol and oil free and other ingredients include Ginseng, Fructose, Aloe Vera and Horse Chestnut, which actually work to stimulate and provide oxygen to the skin. Exfoliating so regularly also means that my skin is noticeably clearer; those nasty cystic like spots are pretty much a thing of the past for me now! Any breakouts I do have heal much quicker (thanks to the inclusion of Witch Hazel) and the leftover red marks don't take so long to fade. I highly recommend the Pixi Glow Tonic and completely see why there's so much hype surrounding it. Its advertised for normal to dry skin, but my oily/combination skin loves it, I just make sure I hydrate my skin after to restore the balance.
Sasha - Blog - Twitter
Hi guys! Zoe from Face Value Blog here. My skin needs saving most days and I rely on La Roche Posay Toleriane cream to keep it even and smooth. I would never have said I had sensitive skin but during a stressful time at work, teamed with cold weather and a bit/a lot of boozing, I ended up with a mild red breakout across my face. At first I thought it was just acne but spot cream had no impact - it turns out that my skin was actually going through a sensitive phase. Made with fancy, French thermal water, the Toleriane cream helps to soothe any irritation, whilst moisturising dry patches and keeping my face blotch free. My skincare saviour!
Zoe - Blog - Twitter
Anyone who reads my blog will know I'm a major skincare junkie, so it was really hard to choose just one product. I was going to opt for my Estee Lauder ANR, but I've raved the life out of it on my blog, so I thought I would go ahead and share another personal skincare saviour. Let The Good Times Roll is an exfoliating cleanser by Lush, which first and fore mostly smells out of this world (like buttery popcorn). However, I love this because it exfoliates my skin like no other! popped corn oil, polenta, maize flour and cinnamon create the perfect recipe to gently exfoliate and soften the skin and I love how my skin looks and feels after using this exfoliator. I tend to use it once/twice a week to really buff away all the build up from the previous week, plus it's a super sweet treat!

I hope you've enjoyed March #BloggersRecommend and I just wanted to say thanks again to everyone who took part! If you would like to get involved or can think of a good topic, then pretty please leave your details below! I store them all and I can't wait to start planning for April!

PS - I would love to know what your skincare saviour is?

Lots of Love

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12 comments

  1. This is such a good idea for a series, I'd love to get involved!
    I really like the sound of Let The Good Times Roll, I think I'll pop that in my basket next time I'm in Lush! The Body Shop Exfoliator sounds fab, too <3

    Jess xo | The Indigo Hours

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    1. Thanks Jess! LTGTR is fab :) It smells too good. X

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  2. I adore the kiko skincare range so definitely need to try this out! Great picks :)

    Lotte | www.lottebeautybox.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Thanks Lotte! Glad you enjoyed xo.

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  3. Mine has to be The Body Shop's Tea Tree Night Lotion is got rid of my breakouts and now i barely get any!! I have also recently started using some La Roche-Posay Effaclar Range, so far im really impressed!
    Emmy | Emmys Beauty Cave | GIVEAWAY | Win Makeup Geek, Morphe & More

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    1. Oh really! I may need to try that. My skin has been all over the place recenty! X

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  4. This is such a good post! Pixi Glow tonic is firm favourite of mine to. For moisturiser at the moment its the First aid ultra repair cream - it works wonders for my dehydrated skin :) xx

    www.lpagebeauty.com

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  5. I have to try the seaweed exfoliator! I've got very oily skin and it can be frustrating trying to find something that cleanses all the clogged pores and removes dead skin. Most just seem too strip the skin of ALL the oils and the good stuff and leaves the face feeling like the Sahara desert.

    www.saarasofia.com

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  6. What a great idea for a series lovely. I'd love to be involved with a post in the future x

    Becky @ The Little Blog of Beauty

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  7. Loved this post! I was needing some skincare recommendations too. Definitely going to be picking up some of these soon!
    Steph x.
    marvelsteph.blogspot.co.nz

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  8. wow so nice!! very well written. This is very informative post. I am very happy to read your blog. I like to read some more about pakistani suits.

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  9. I'm going to have to try that Body Shop stuff. Ugh, more money gone!

    S .x http://ramblingsofayoungprgirl.blogspot.com

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