Glowing Skin Menu
So today there is a very special tutorial on the channel that is all about that glowy skin. So I thought I'd also give your a little skincare menu so you can shine both from within and from the outside.
Let's started with cleansing and I definitely recommend the Oskia Renaissance Cleanser - my 4th bottle just fyi. It's a jelly cleanser that turns into oil when it touches the skin and then emulsifies with water (though I prefer to use a flannel to remove it). It nourishes the skin while the gentle acids plump it up and leave it supple and glowy. Also perfect for acne-prone skin types, in case you're wondering, because it's very gentle and non-clogging.
You can then double-mask (which I almost always do) using first the exfoliating Resurfacing Mask by Tata Harper - again, very very gentle, so suitable for acne and sensitive skin types; yet super effective. Then double up with Sisley's Black Rose Cream Mask which is WOW. It is nourishing and leaves your skin super light and supple and soft with a really nice glow that does not clog pores.
Follow that up with a mild exfoliating toner, such as Pixi's Glow Tonic - no need to say much about this. It's kind of affordable and it works, it's no miracle wonder but it does work. Double serum, first with Sunday Riley's Good Genes, which is lightly exfoliating (some people do react to this, I'm assuming it's the lactic acid, but it actually works very well with me and it doesn't tingle or anything; this is my third sample, will buy full size if I don't get another sample in a Goodie Bag or something). Then introduce Caudalie's Vinoperfect serum which is anti-spot and anti-oxidant so it works to lighten your skin's blemishes and also protects your skin from the world basically.
Oil it up with Odacité's Gt + L for an extra radiance kick - powerful lemon scent that will make you feel all spruced up and it does the same for your skin. And finally, seal all that up with Sunday Riley's Tidal Brightening Cream: with a fresh summery scent and a melting gel texture TO. DIE. FOR. It's comfortable and effective, has papaya enzymes that smooth and brighten your skin and also a somewhat silicone-y texture that evens out pores (but not too silicone-y that it feels like it's just sitting there and not doing nuttin). Also SUPER hydrating so gives your skin that nice gleam.
And that is pretty much it! You can pick and choose what you wanna wear or just go all in but these will definitely work on sensitive and acne-prone skin types, as well as any other skin types (if you're extra sensitive to acids though, be careful and maybe sample before you buy).
Have you tried any of these? Which are your favourite go-to products for a glowy effect?