Vitamin E Skincare

Skin care is a nightmare. Some of us are blessed with perfect, blemish and oil free skin; I am not one of these people. My skin is particularly prone to dryness along my ‘T-Zone’ and I’ve been too lazy to sort out a skin care routine and actually stick to it.

It was about time I got myself into gear. I have been searching for the right sort of product that would help without my dry skin screaming at me for more moisture. I have tried and tested many brands but I wanted an affordable cruelty free skincare regime that would sort out my dry skin.
I’ve started to use up my health and beauty products and slowly replace them with cruelty free items because who wants to use things that have been forced and injected into bunnies?!

One of the main reasons that puts people off buying cruelty free products is the price – many instantly assume these items are much more expensive. I was guilty of this, until I did my research; while the price ranges can vary in some cases, there are actually so many brands that we use day-to-day that are cruelty free, without us even realising.

Before starting my switch to cruelty free brands, I decided to have a look at the products I regularly buy that don’t go near animals. I am surprised that I had a fair few!

Bunny Free Beauty

  • Batiste
  • Barry M
  • GOSH
  • Make Up Revolution
  • Real Techniques
  • Sleek
  • Soap and Glory
Obviously this is not the full list but I can make another post on all cruelty free brands.
Back to skincare. 
All of Superdrug’s own brand products are cruelty free and the star symbol they have on their products is a promise to customers, as well as the ‘bunny symbol’ on the back. 
I previously worked there so of course I ended up spotting some bargains! I had been eyeing up the Vitamin E Skincare range for a long while and finally I decided to give it a go, considering it is good for dry skin.

No doubt I will be adding more to my collection but for now here is my current skincare regime.

Morning Routine

1. Wipe any impurities off the skin from overnight to keep face fresh with Gentle Micellar Lotion
2. Add a small amount of the Hot Cloth Cleanser Lotion onto your hands and gently massage into the face and neck in circular movements. Rinse the cleansing cloth (which comes in the pack) under hand hot water, wring out and polish off the cleanser
Splash a small amount of cold water onto your face and pat dry

3. Once face is properly dry, add two pumps of the Moisture Boost Facial Serum to your fingers and apply to the face in circular motions

4. Apply SPF15 Moisturising Day Cream to face

Night Regime

1. Wipe off any make up with the Gentle Micellar Lotion

2. Add a small amount of the Hot Cloth Cleanser Lotion onto your hands and gently massage into the face and neck in circular movements. Rinse the cleansing cloth (which comes in the pack) under hand hot water, wring out and polish off the cleanser
Splash a small amount of cold water onto your face and pat dry

3. Once face is properly dry, add two pumps of the Moisture Boost Facial Serum to your fingers and apply to the face in circular motions

4. Apply Night Cream to face (I don’t own this yet unfortunately so I use the day cream as all day moisturiser)

Until next time,

Neneh x 

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