Lazy Skincare Icantbebotheredtodomyfullroutine sunday!

Who even has the time? Honestly. Sometimes even I can’t be bothered to do the full routine bear in mind I do the whole 7/10 skincare Korean almost every-night but sometimes I don’t feel like doing it. Who wants to be doing all that after a 10 hour shift at 11pm? on a tuesday night? Certainly not me!!!…okay…maybe sometimes. What?! I can’t help it! but most of time this is the routine that I follow on my busiest of lazy days.

Here’s your quick lazy skincare routine! Are you ready?

Step 1 – Cleanse

Lazy day or not you HAVE to wash your face everyday no matter what. It’s like wearing yesterday’s underwear the next day (If you do this please work on your hygiene) Washing your face is essential because you are taking off the dirt and lastnight’s dead skincells. The best type of cleasner I would suggest is a gel cleanser.

“A gel cleanser is beneficial for eliminating surface oil and acne-causing bacteria as well as giving the skin a deeper clean.”

Step 2 – Toner

The best way to describe what toning is or what a toner does, is it’s one of the most important steps in your skincare routine because you’re essentially taking off the dirt again but deeper. Yes unfortunately washing your face isn’t enough, ergo toning plays the part of going the extra mile to make sure no dirt in your facial pores are left behind. You’ll need 1 – A cotton Pad and 2 – Toner. Dab, dab, dab away (Not too much, our toners aren’t cheap) and swipe it across your face like the lady in the gif and boom! You’re ready for the next step!

Step – 3 Moisturise

The final lazy skincare step is moisturing. We already know how we feel about being ashy so when it comes to your face you have to keep it moistured. It doesn’t matter whether you have oily skin or dry skin. You skin needs that final step of moisture to almost ”settle in”. According to The University of Tennessee Medical Center

Moisturising Reduces Skin Problems – Moisturising everyday can reduce the chance of developing extreme dryness or oiliness.

In the next blog I’ll go into full detail as to why moisturisers are important. For now follow this simple three step rule and be great. Until next Sunday!


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