These ๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿผ Are the Only โ˜๐Ÿผ Beauty Products ๐Ÿ› You Need for Survival โณ ...

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I love skincare and can happily read about it, talk about it or shop for it anytime.

I just finished an amazing book by Caudalieโ€™s founder, Mathilde Thomas titled โ€œThe French Beauty Solutionโ€ and it was a wonderful read.

I learned so much about skincare and am happy to share some of it here.

Theseโ€™re the only 7 skincare products you need.

1. Micellar Water ๐Ÿ’ฆ

hair, face, eyebrow, black hair, nose,

Iโ€™ve recently become a huge fan of micellar water.

Micellar water is an amazing little product thatโ€™s made with tiny drops of cleansing oil added in so a gentle swipe pulls your makeup away.

Itโ€™s so easy to use and I love the thought of getting the majority of my makeup off before actually using a cleanser.

It helps to make sure no makeup is left behind to clog up your pores or cause blemishes.

Iโ€™m currently using the micellar water by Garnier Fructis and Iโ€™m quite satisfied with the results.2

2. Cleanser

Cleanser

Every woman needs a true cleanser in her skincare regime.

A good cleanser gets the deep down makeup and oil off so that your skin feels fresh and clean.

Iโ€™ve used various cleansers over the years.

Honestly, Iโ€™m very satisfied with the cleansers by Ponds but my next purchase of a cleanser will be from Caudalie.2

Iโ€™m very intrigued by their product line which is devoted to organic formulations.

3. Toner

face, hair, nose, clothing, black hair,

Iโ€™m going to be honest with you.

Toner hasnโ€™t always been part of my skincare routine but Iโ€™ve recently realized it should be.

Toner is the step between cleanser and moisturizer.

It removes every last trace of makeup, dirt or oil that your cleanser missed.2

It also helps improve the overall appearance of your skin as well.

4. Moisturizer

Moisturizer

Iโ€™ve always been faithful in my use of moisturizer and hope you have as well.

Moisturizer is key to helping your makeup look itโ€™s best.

Itโ€™s also important in delaying the signs of aging.

Your daytime moisturizer should be formulated with at least an SPF of 15 while your nighttime moisturizer should be free of sunscreen.

Itโ€™s a good idea to go for something a little thicker at night when your skin really has time to absorb it.

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