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Saturday, 4 January 2014

The Best of Beauty 2013 | Skincare

Yesterday we covered the subject of my favourite haircare products of 2013 and today I bring to you my second instalment of 'The Best of 2013', my favourite Skincare products.

 I haven't really experimented with many skincare products during 2013 as I am so scared that my skin will completely freak out and I'll end up with a rash or get a huge breakout.

The products I am showing you I have been completely faithful to all year round or  recently incorporated into my Skincare routine.

The Body Shop Tea Tree Range
Tea Tree Range| The Bodyshop

First of all is of course The Bodyshop Tea Tree range. I have the tea tree face mask, foaming cleanser, skin clearing toner, lotion and the Tea Tree oil and I've recently bought the night lotion and pore minimiser which I can't comment about as I haven't used it much yet. All of these products have helped me all through this summer to the winter getting rid of those pesky spots along the way. As you know I am incredibly prone to acne so these products are just wonderful and they don't dry my skin out at all. For a full review on some of these products, take a look here.

St Ives Blemish Fighting Apricot Scrub
St Ives Apricot Blemish Fighting Scrub| Superdrug

My favourite facial scrub of 2013 is the lovely St Ives Apricot Blemish Fighting Scrub.
It smells incredible, like apricot obviously and it gets rid of dry skin in a flash, leaving my face feeling refreshed, soft and supple. For a full review on this product, take a look here.

Olay Complete Care Fluid
 Olay Complete Care Fluid| Superdrug

The Olay complete care fluid has been a favourite of mine throughout the whole entire year, it gives my skin plenty of moisture, creating a soft and flawless base for makeup, perfection!

Olay Gentle Cleanser Conditioning Milk
  Olay Gentle Cleanser Conditioning Milk| Superdrug

 Last but not least is the Olay Gentle Cleansing milk for all skin types.
I have used this for the past maybe 2 or 3 years now and kept on repurchasing without fail. Not only is it great for makeup removal, it's quite cheap too. You can buy it for just £1.50 in your nearest Wilkinsons store which makes it a great bargain!

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