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An Easy Morning Skincare Routine

By September 19, 2017 Skincare

Words by Matt Huxley

I am under no illusions that most people are not quite as extra with their skincare as I am. I do genuinely see a need for 4-5 cleansers on the go at one time. I am informed however that the majority of people are not like this. Frankly it’s weird.

So I decided to look at putting together a short, quick skincare routine that’s going to make you look and feel amazing, but also take the shortest amount of time possible whilst delivering the biggest bang. I mean, coffee is waiting for us, am I right?!

So lets start in the shower. You should always shower in the morning you unclean peasants. The Antipodes Grace Gentle Cream Cleanser has Avocado Oil and Marigold extract in order to gently remove any dirt and grime from the night. Considering how much the human body sweats during the night, this is an essential step to ensure that your skin looks fresh and new in the morning. The cream formula means that it’s not going to be stripping or drying in any way.

Twice a week or so, you should add in an exfoliant. This is to remove the excess dead skin cells that clog our pores, prevent our serums and moisturisers from getting where they need to go and make our skin dull. The Antipodes Reincarnation Pure Facial Exfoliator uses Avocado and Jojoba Oil plus Carrot Seed Extract to produce a really refreshing scrub. It’s very fine and refining. I’d call it more a polish to be honest. It leaves your skin super fresh and bright.

The step that most people seem to skip is the serum. What they don’t understand is that a serum is the primary treatment product of your skincare routine and shouldn’t be skipped at all. This is the product to invest in! I’m always on the hunt for brightening serums to even out pigmentation on my face (the pale life tho), and the Apostle Skin-Brightening Serum is a definite winner. This artesian water-based serum also contains Black Fern, Grape and Kiwi extracts to brighten up the skin and boost cell renewal.

Finishing off the routine is the Vanilla Pod Hydrating Day Cream. Whilst this is a day cream, I’d also maintain that it can be doubled up for night as well, as it’s quite hydrating. Containing Grape and Mandarin extracts with Rosehip Oil, it makes the perfect base for makeup as well.

What do you think? Is this a skincare routine that you could see yourself following? Let me know on my social media or the comments below!

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