Avene Hydrance Hydrating Serum* - £17.00 - I've been using this serum for a few months now and it's just so lovely. With having combination skin the struggle to find something that is hydrating without feeling greasy on the skin can be pretty hard. This manages to do that as well as leaving the skin feeling so soft and smooth. I use it in the evening but it would also work as a light layer underneath makeup.
Origins Original Skin Mask - £24.00 - Sometimes you just want a face mask that does it all in a few minutes and that is what this mask does. It contains rose clay which helps to draw out any impurities in the skin but isn't drying. It has very fine grains in it which help to improve the texture of the skin leaving everything feeling deeply cleansed and smooth. It's the perfect clay mask for those who find traditional clay mask to be too drying on the skin.
First Aid Beauty Red Clay Purifying Mask - £22.00 - I find I can suffer from little bumps on my forehead and around my nose. I've found this to be the best thing to get rid of them and keep the skin looking smooth. It's a slightly sticky red gel that you apply all over the skin and leave to dry. Once dry you peel it off which really helps to remove any dead skin cells and blackheads. It feels gentle on the skin whilst being very effective in improving the texture of the skin.
So those are some of my current skincare stand outs in my routine. The serum I use everyday and the masks I use once a week. All three of these products have really helped keep my skin in check recently. What are some of the stand out products in your skincare routine?