The La Roche Posay Effaclar K has been a main stay in my skincare routine for a couple of years now. It's said to gradually exfoliate the skin although is a light serum. I use it over any past scarring or breakouts that are clinging on to help speed up the process.
My now absolutely essential Fade Out moisturiser, now onto my second tub and can see me continuing using it for a while. There's a full review a few posts back, but the title says it all. It helps to fade pigmentation and uneven skin tone which helps with a more overall flawless face. I am obsessed.
Cuticle cream has always been a take it or leave it product for me. Although the Burt's Bees Lemon Butter Cuticle Cream works wonders and I can definitely see and feel a difference, this tiny tin has taken a couple of years to get through as it's one of those chore like beauty tasks. Great scent and it definitely works, but I'll stick to a multitasking hand cream.
A Soap & Glory favourite in the Sugar Crush Body Scrub. It smells heavenly - as to be expected - goes on as quite a creamy lotion with relatively mild but effective exfoliating beads in it. The oilyness to the product doesn't leave any residue but leaves a moisturised feeling in its wake.
Another facial favourite in my skincare routine, the Neutrogena Blackhead Eliminating Daily Scrub. I get through these a little quicker than I'd like but it's such a good staple product. Mild enough to use daily, while leaving your skin amazingly soft after every use. This has definitely contributed to my recent clearer skin.
One of my all time favourite lip colours, the Revlon Lip Butter in Cotton Candy. A wearable pastel pink with a golden hue running through it to make lips look healthy and glossy. I have yet to try more shades from this product but I need to!
And so goes another month! Final year - and final term - deadlines are making this year fly by! I doubt March will even get a look in...
What products have you got through this month?