I know I’ve said it before, but I really feel like I have my skincare routine down. My skin laps it up, stays well behaved (most of the time), is hydrated but not too greasy – we get along. The only issue with it being so content with the line-up is that when I try to swap in new things or run out of a step then it gets a little angry at me. Case in point: I ran out of a couple of my everyday staples and my skin got mad. My complexion looked congested no matter what back-ups I brought in to try and solve the matter.
The first culprit was the Labrador Tea Face Crème. I've been obsessed with this product ever since I first tried it back in 2013. I wouldn’t be able to count how many jars of this stuff I've been through – it's that good. The creme absorbs quickly and though it feels light on the skin (no pore clogging greasiness here), it somehow manages to still pack a punch when it comes to hydration. It preps the skin nicely for makeup, too, because it doesn't sit atop the surface where I'm constantly reminded of its presence, yet I know it's there, simply based on how soft and glowing my complexion looks and feels. Since I've had this back in my skincare line up, I've noticed a big difference in the clarity of my skin. DEAL: Take 15% off any indigenaskincare.com purchase with code KimmyP15
The other product is one that I'm on my second (or third?) repurchase of – the Pai BioRegenerate Rosehip Oil. This oil opened my eyes to the wonders of facial oils and started a love affair. With a dose of Vitamin A and essential fatty acids for your face, this is a God-sent for those with sensitive and dry skin like myself. Deliciously hydrating, with a finish that doesn't leave your skin feeling oily, just deeply moisturized. I tend to apply it before bed so it can work its magic overnight. By the morning, my skin just seems to look better in every single way! Smooth, soft and pampered. Not much product is needed, so one bottle lasts forever. You can read my full review of this oil here.
So there you have my skincare repeat purchases. Nothing comes close to them in their respective categories. They’re repurchases that I just HAD to make. So I’m interested – what falls into that realm for you?
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