Second Guest Post – Complete Skincare Routine for Dry, Sensitive, Acne Prone Skin (AM and PM)

My entire routine in one image.

Before I return to my regular scheduled content, let me briefly link up to my second ever guest post, over at Very Kemi.

The post is live at On the Nightstand of Laura and covers the following:

1) Firstly, tell us about you – Name, age, where are you from, hobbies and what do you do. 

2) What does skincare mean to you?

3) Tell us about your skin and your skincare routine.

4) What is one product you can’t live without?

5) Can you let us in on a skincare tip you swear by? 

6) What is a bad skin day for you? 

7) What would you do if you only had 5 minutes to get ready? 

If that is something you might enjoy reading, do hop on over and subscribe to Ely while you’re at it!

Hope you enjoy and talk to you soon.

4 thoughts on “Second Guest Post – Complete Skincare Routine for Dry, Sensitive, Acne Prone Skin (AM and PM)

    1. It doesn’t compare to Hada Labo’s Premium Lotion (golden bottle) but seeing as my skin loves hyaluronic acid, I use the Isntree toner as a sort of extra maintenance step in my skincare routine for a bit of extra plumping. Isntree is not as good at plumping up fine lines as the Hada Labo one but then again it’s much better value for money.

      I find that the two complement each other well, and Isntree is great for sensitive skin too. I like to layer them for extra anti aging benefits. If I had to choose just one, it would have to be the Hada Labo though.

      Does this answer your question?

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