I don't consider myself to have the greatest skin in the world, and it's always good to look after your skin regardless of if it's clear or not. I'm not the most interesting in my skincare routine but I'd consider myself to be simple, and easy. I don't spend much on skincare products as I feel like simple and easy is better than putting too much and too many heavy products on your skin everyday.
I know removing your makeup with a makeup wipe isn't the best way to remove your makeup, but I normally start removing my makeup with a makeup wipe to get rid of most of the product on my face. I use the Boots Essentials cleansing wipes as I find that makeup wipes are the one thing that my skin reacts to really badly with breakouts. Most other makeup wipes don't suit my skin and make it feel worse than normal, but with the Boots wipes I feel like they're so simple with not so harmful ingredients, yet I could be wrong. After wiping the most of the makeup off my face I cleanse my face deeper using the same brand Boots Essentials to cleanse and tone, using a cotton pad.
I use a variety of Lush products on my skin as well. If I don't use Lush's Let the Good Times Roll or Ultrabland to cleanse, I will put on their Cup O'Coffee face mask to cleanse my skin even more. I usually do this before a shower and give it about 15 minutes to settle before washing it off. I use the Lush Santa Baby lip scrub to get rid of the dead skin and smooth out my lips. When I first tried this lip scrub I thought it was a weird idea, but it definitely helps moisturize and keep your lips hydrated especially after a long day of wearing a lipstick or liquid lipstick. Also a few times a week I use a pore strip, the one I have at the moment is tea tree and witch hazel also from Boots, I will admit it's not the best one I've tried but it's one of the cheaper ones. I only use them when I find my skin is really bad, as they can hurt a little bit, I think I need to invest in some more products like this, if you've any suggestions feel free to let me know in the comments.
It mightn't be that interesting to read skincare routines especially as mine is so simple, but I really love reading them so I thought I'd share mine.
What does everyone else use in their skincare routine?