I start off with washing my face. Therefore I either use the Lush Coal Face (not pictured but take a look at it in this post) or twice a week I use a scrub. Currently I'm using the Yves Rocher apricot kernel scrub and I like that it's grains are so fine but I'm still looking for a more gentle and natural scrub so if you have any good recommendations go ahead!
Next I use the Lush Tea Tree Water to make sure that my face is entirely clean. I really like the smell and if your skin tends to be a bit oily then this product will also be nice for you.
The newest member of my skin care family is this thermal spring water spray from La Roche-Posay. Some of you who saw it in my latest "new in" post may already have been wondering how and why I'm using this spray. Well last winter a makeup artist told me that moisturizing creams can only properly work when there is some wet on your skin already they can transport into your skin. Even if I got this information one year ago I never really knew how to suit the action to the word until I found this spray. It's nothing more than water but it's water especially for using in your face. So that's why I apply it to my face before applying my face cream. It's really refreshing and I finally have the feeling that my skin gets the moisture it needs.
Next I also use an eye cream. This one is from the German discounter Aldi (I only heard good things about their beauty products so far and the makeup artists at the workshop I attended even used a makeup remover from this shop). The one I use is for mature skin even if I wouldn't need that yet but have you ever seen an eye cream for young skin? If you use an eye cream I can only recommend to store it in the fridge as it will be great to reduce puffy eyes.
Then I go over to my face cream. The one I'm currently using is the Lush Vanishing Cream and I really like it. It's way more natural than anything you can get from Nivea and it's great against pimples. However if this pot is used up I'll also try other natural cosmetics creams like for example a Weleda one.
Last but not least I also apply a face mask from time to time. I prefer those with ingredients from the sea like this Forever Living Marine Mask.
So that was it for my present face care routine. Some of these products will give way to even better ones during the next months so I'll keep you updated. How about your skin care? Have you found your ideal products yet and if yes, where are they from?