Need to look bridal ready ladies. Best skincare ranges? Looking for your reviews and thoughts... Thanks x
Up to you on a skin care range but would suggest you don't change it in the month lead up to your wedding or you are likely to break out in spots (quite normal with a change of product). I also love Elemis like Aimee. For make-up for the day good stuff like MAC makeup stays the course.
I'm using No.7 as it is hypoallergenic and they have a great range. I agree with Susan, don't change products too close to your wedding as it will irritate your skin, plus you won't see any difference. I've started my skin care 18 months before.
I've got quite sensitive skin, I found Liz Earle cleanse and polish and super skin is amazing, the only thing I will use now. X
Pixi and sand and clay my top choices x
I like clinique products personally but they can be expensive, simple is my go to cheaper range. Xx
I went for a chat with a lady in Boots who advised me about my skin as its quite breakout prone. She took all my make up off, looked at what was what and advised me about Clinique Anti Blemish solutions, went through how best to use it and tried it on me while I was there. I dont know if it was just this particular lady but I loved that there was no pressure to buy anything there and then, literally just an advisory chat. I ended up buying a trial pack of 3 products for £25 which lasted about a month and was so impressed I continued. I have really sensitive skin on my face and didnt have any issues with this range myself. I only had about 2 months to my wedding when I began and I ended up completely spot free by my wedding which is saying something for me! I would recommend Clinique but they have different products for different skin types so Id definitely go and chat to an advisor about what they can do for you
Clinique anti blemish solutions has done wonders for my skin.
Body shop range is really good, my partner is a MUA and that what she uses, need to use got make up too as that can clog pours and damage your skin
Nars Glow foundation .... Went to London selfridges for day out to buy it as they don't sell it in Reading ....
Go to a dermatologist or skincare professional that isn't affilated with a brand to get advice.
I use The Ordinary products (super cheap) - their acids are great. AlphaH cleanser, and either Keihls or IT cosmetics moisturiser. I have super sensitive fair skin (redhead!) and have been fine with these products. Agree with a comment above saying not to change up your skincare before the wedding, you need atleast 6/8 months to see the benefits or even this time to heal your skin if you have a reaction.
Get the think dirty app to seen the stuff that does into many products. I use and swear by Tropic. Feel free to get in touch with me about it.
Younique for sure ! X
Liz Earle the whole range is fantastic x