Removing my make up is a bit of chore isn't it? Surely no one can deny that. This congregation of products are my current favourites for that boring time at the end of the day where my make up has to be removed. And they do a pretty good job of it I must admit.
Magnitone BareFaced! Cleansing Brush*
*WARNING* I'm a bad blogger. I promised in my original post HERE I'd do a follow up of my thoughts on this brush. I know. I din't. I'm sorry. BUT. I'm here to say that I love it. It cleans my skin so well and has make it so much less lifeless and dull than before. Overall, lots of big shiny stars for this little gadget.
Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish
Now, I'll be frank. I tried this a couple of times years ago and, weirdly enough, it broke my skin out into loads of small bumpy spots. So that was that. After clearing out my shelf in the bathroom, I found it again and thought I'd give it another chance, life is all about second chances right? And it's going well so far, I love the glowy and fresh feeling it leaves. Plus no weird bumpy spot things. Score.
The Body Shop Tea Tree Toner
I try not to use a toner too often, I feel like it strips my skin too much of those natural oils everyone bangs on about. But if I feel my cleansing hasn't totally rid my face of all make up I'll give this a whirl. It's also a little tag team with the Body Shop Tea Tree Lotion.
The Body Shop Tea Tree Lotion
I have written about this product countless times before, and undoubtedly will write about it countless times in the future. It's my absolute favourite product to keep spots at bay, and I can't see that changing anytime soon. The only thing I've come to realise is my skin definitely benefits from not using it everyday, as it can be quite drying. But other than that, a big big favourite of mine.
Believe it or not, this post isn't sponsored by the Body Shop Tea Tree range, I'm just in love with it!