Part 1 of this tag is here.
Best budget buy?
That really depends on your definition of budget, doesn’t it? I would say the majority of my skincare falls into the category budget. By comparison. By which I mean, my expensive products are the least expensive of the expensive products. It’s all relative, right?
What definitely absolutely falls into the budget category though, is my night cream. It’s just a regular drugstore one. I’ve really struggled to find a night cream that works for me, to a point where I just gave up and wore any old lotion at night (definitely not advisable if you ask me). This one though, I actually like, it’s a keeper! Does the job and is proper inexpensive.
Do you use any tools (Clarisonic, Foreo, etc.)?
Erm. I have a buffing sponge and a face mask spatula. So that’s pretty much a no. I’m trying to steer clear of any tools because I don’t want my routine to increase. Or. Do I?
Depends what you’re going for doesn’t it? (Apparently I have an annoying habit of answering questions with questions...)
I love the Body Shop’s seaweed clay mask. On my skin, this mask will stop a breakout in its tracks, and it does give the pores a good clean. However. Not one I’m currently in possession of.
Two ones I do have:
Emma S.’s enzyme peel mask. It has a nice sting sting. Plus it’s quick, which is always a bonus.
But it is possible that the Paula’s Choice Radiance Renewal is my current fave. I love the result of it to a point where it feels like it’s a waste to put on makeup after using it. Also it’s my current weekend treat. Any mask reaching weekend treat status is a good one. Something I though I would never say about any product that focuses on hydration and evening out skin tone, as opposed to reducing appearance of pores, which is my obsession.
Yea. I’m currently enjoying using products that have very specific uses, that don’t really do more than one thing.
If you were asking about makeup on the other hand, I’d struggle to pick just one.
This has been an Endless Blog Challenge post.