Eva Hegedus
Eva Hegedus
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21
Oily/Combination Skin
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Liverpool, UK
Routine
“Ive always had issues with my skin, especially a couple of years ago. Trying to find what works best for my combination/oily/acne-prone skin long term (clean products).”
Routine
“Ive always had issues with my skin, especially a couple of years ago. Trying to find what works best for my combination/oily/acne-prone skin long term (clean products).”
  • St'Ives -fresh Skin Apricot Scrub
    STEP
    1
    st'ives fresh skin apricot scrub
    I got this product because it was recommended to me by many of my friends, and I was VERY pleasantly surprised. As soon as I started using it, I saw a big difference with my skin. It is not too harsh, too rough, smells amazing and leaves my skin feel smooth to the touch. This has become my main skincare products in both my morning and night time routine, and the only face scrub I use.
  • Clean&Clear-Advantage Spot Control daily wash
    STEP
    2
    clean&clear advantage spot control daily wash
    This has been my go to everyday facewash for a while. This product is oil free which is amazing for me because I have VERY oily skin so this helps to control it. The smell is not too overwhelming, the texture is very smooth, and it it just the perfect face wash for everyday use. It does not leave my skin dry , but it makes my skin feel very clear, smooth. In love with this product.
  • SCosmetics-Moisturising face cream Aloe
    STEP
    3
    scosmetics moisturising face cream aloe
    This moisturiser works wonders for my skin, at first I wasn't really sure it was going to be good because it is not specifically for oily or combination skin, but it is for all skintypes. I was pleasantly surprised when I actually noticed a difference using this moisturiser. It is not too oily which is very important to me, it smells great, and it is the perfect finish for my morning and night time skincare routine.
Commented 3 months ago
Oh noo please don't use the st. Ives! It may look good in the beginning but its slowly creating microtears which results in infammation and irritation. You might want to look on chemical exfoliators usch as innisfree bija toner, Paula's choice 2% bha or somebymi 30days aha bha pha
Commented 8 months ago
Hi! I would recommend to not using St Ives scrub because the it’s very harsh on the skin. Please get cleanser that is more gentle and suits your skin. Even if u use St Ives for exfoliating, I would recommend to go for rice scrub instead. 😊