Skin routine #2: Updated

There has been a little change in my skincare routine over the past month, and I am now going to write about what I am using at the moment. I must tell you: something is definitely not working, anyway, I hav had recent strong break outs and my skin is irritated so much! I need to find something to calm my skin down and soothe it... I will keep looking for it. The fact is that I do not care about two or three spots, but I want to get rid of the reddish tone on my cheeks and the irritation all over.

Morning Skincare Routine:
- I wash my face with Clinique Liquid Mild Soap: Yes, I have been using it for a month or so now and I have discovered it dries me out a little bit. I will definitely go for Cetaphil when I ran out of this one.
- No toner on, I just go for Biotherm serum: Source Theraphie. I like this one a lot, it calms down my skin a little bit and it is quite comfortable to apply and wear on the face. I only use a couple of drops from this and then I gently massage. Good enough before moisturizing.
- As a moisturizer, I am still using Lush Vanishing Cream. I have almost ran out of it, because it does not last for a long time. It is pretty moisturizing, it absorbs really quickly and as far as I know it has not broken me out, but still, there is something I still do not like about it and I do not know exactly what it is. I think I will not repurchase.
- I cannot live without applying my Effaclar Touch Pro concealer afterwards. It covers all my spots and redness and it is the alternative if I do not want to apply the whole foundation + powder stuff. I really love it and it lasts for ages, literally.

Night Skincare Routine:
- To get rid of any make up, I use Clinique Take The Day Off balm, it is fantastic, as I have told you before. I have been using it for years and I always get back to it. It removes all your make up or sunscreen. Great.
- I continue cleansing with Clinique Mild Soap, as in the morning.
- I have decided to use no moisturizer at night because my skin is really irritated and I want to reduce products to the maximum. Let's see what it happens...
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