Veronika
Veronika
,
21
Combination Skin
,
Bratislava, Slovakia
Routine
“I love using products formulated with carefully selected plant-derived ingredients used to tackle specific skin issues. I have my main AM and PM skincare routines, and I add acid exfoliants, face masks and other pampering products on certain days of the week. Above all, I believe in good ingredients :)”
Routine
“I love using products formulated with carefully selected plant-derived ingredients used to tackle specific skin issues. I have my main AM and PM skincare routines, and I add acid exfoliants, face masks and other pampering products on certain days of the week. Above all, I believe in good ingredients :)”
  • Uriage-Thermal Micellar Water Fragance Free Intolerant Skin
    STEP
    1
    I've only started using this micellar water recently, but so far it's been great. It leaves my skin clean, refreshed and soft and it's fragrance-free as well! I have a good feeling about this one :)
  • facetheory-Clarifying Cleanser C2
    STEP
    2
    I love love love this product! I always do micellar water+foaming cleanser combo, which might be unusual, who knows. But it really suits my needs and this cleanser in particular really helps to suck out all the remaining nastiness in my skin. It has AHA+BHA in it, which I absolutely adore. Plus it's fragrance-free!
  • Purity Vision-Rose Water (Růžová Voda)
    STEP
    3
    I alternate between this rose water and FeelFree's toner at the moment. I know rose water spray doesn't really do as much as a toner, but I like having something sprayed on my skin after the thorough cleansing. I like it and have been using it for a long time!
  • The Ordinary-Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1%
    STEP
    4
    One of my absolute skincare favourites in the world! I'm one of the lucky people who tolerate this serum well and I'm incredibly thankful for that. This is truly a miracle in a bottle, I use it twice a day and my skin is soft, bright and the pores are less visible.
  • The Ordinary-Caffeine Solution 5% + Egcg
    STEP
    5
    I really wanted to try this out for the longest time and I must say I'm not disappointed. I've been using it for about a month, and I can see results already! I tend to get red circles under my eyes and this works perfectly for me. My mum didn't really see results, but I luckily have, so I'm really happy about this product, I also use it both in the AM and PM.
  • Aesop-Control Serum
    STEP
    6
    Another one of my favourites! I like Aesop as a brand, but it can be very pricey. This is only a small tube and the price isn't the lowest, however it lasts longer than I'd expect and I mean I use it a lot! And it works super well, my pimples disappear after two days and that's a great difference between what it used to be. Great ingredients, great product.
  • Ceramedx-Ultra Moisturizing Cream
    STEP
    7
    I've literally only switched to this moisturizer a day ago, so I can't say much, but I have very high hopes for it! I've heard great things about it and it's one of the few cruelty-free, vegan ceramide moisturizers so I'm excited. I sometimes use FaceTheory's Gel Moisturizer, but only on days when I don't use any direct acids on my skin :) (that one is great as well!)
  • Avibon-Homeoplasmine
    STEP
    8
    Homeoplasmine is my holy grail, perhaps even my most favourite skincare product? It costs very little money in French pharmacies and it's extremely universal. I use it every night for my lips and I wake up with the softest, most nourished, hydrated lips. I used to suffer with chapped lips a lot before, but I genuinely have not experienced that once since using Homeoplasmine. I also use it for dry patches on my body, scars and burns, broken cuticles, basically anything and everything :)
Commented 7 months ago
Love this! <3 What a wonderful skincare routine.
Commented 8 months ago
Whoa what makes Homeoplasmine so good?! I looked at the ingredients, is it the Uric acid?? It sounds super interesting but pity I can't get it in the States. 😕
Commented 8 months ago
Great skincare routine! Is the Aesop Control serum a spot treatment? I splurge on their hand soaps but I've never tried out their skincare..
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Commented 8 months ago
thank you! :) yes, it's a spot serum with salicylic acid and niacinamide, it's honestly really really good, it helps heal my pimples so quickly! it's my go-to, along with Cosrx pimple patches :)