Now I don’t know about you, but one of my biggest skincare challenges is making my skin glow. You know that natural healthy glow that some people just seem to be born on? Yeah well, I’m definitely not one of those people. My skin can be temperamental, occasionally break out and just look rather dull at times. Which is why I have to heavily rely on products to achieve said glow. So if you’re anything like me, then this post is for you – Skincare to make your skin glow.
First up is this Clarins Pore Control serum. Enriched with two major physiological and plant advances, this expert serum helps to reduce the appearance of pores, visibly smoothes skin texture and illuminates the face. And this really does it all. Since using it I’ve found that not only are my pores reduced, but my makeup is sitting better on my skin and I’m definitely less shiny and more glowy throughout the day.
Next up is the Caudalie Beauty Elixir. If you’ve not heard of this product before, then where have you been? Part serum, part toner this serum is a nourishing cocktail of ingredients to soothe, renew and purify my skin. I find that this works a treat on my tired skin in the mornings. As well as a quick instant radiance boost throughout the day. Sometimes I also just spray it because the smell is amazing.
Next is the cult classic Pixi Glow Tonic. again, if you’ve not heard of this product before, then where have you been? With high-quality ingredients like aloe vera, ginseng, and botanical extract, the formula leaves your skin extra glowy, and the alcohol-free formula will never, ever dry you out.
Next up is The Body Shop Himalayan Charcoal Mask. Designed specifically for those of us with oily skin that need an extra level of purification for a healthy, youthful glow, while drawing out impurities and refining our pores. This mask makes my skin just look and feel so much healthier. It refines my pores, purifies my skin and just adds a healthy glow to my complexion
And finally, it’s the Philosophy Hope in a Jar. This award-winning moisturiser is an absolute hero if you have combination skin like mine. My dry patches are nourished without leaving any areas shiny – and the oily bits are moisturised without going shiny.
What skincare products do you rely on? Any recommendations for skincare to make your skin glow?