When i wake up in the morning, the first thing i always do is to wash my face. It makes me feel refreshed and the sensation of water on my face kind of wake me up, a little bit.
Then I wash my face with the L’Occitane Shea butter cleansing oil. I put a few pumps of cleansing oil on the palm of my hand. Massage oil onto face. Add water to transform the oil into a milky lotion then rinse off with water. Pat to dry.
After my face is cleansed, i apply some moisturizer. I usually use the L’Occitane Shea Light Comforting Cream for the day. I love that it is light but also help in nourishing the skin. It is infused with five percent shea butter and rich in Vitamin E, omega 6 and karitene. This is advisable to people who have normal to combination skin just like me. It is also suitable for sensitive skin because it is formulated without Paraben and Phthalates.
I love my daytime moisturizer to have that light texture because it sinks in the skin right away . Make up application is easier and it doesn’t feel greasy at all.
For nighttime, I use the L’Occitane Ultra Rich Cream. I like my face to be extra moisturized at night. This is perfect because they put high concentration of Shea butter. Even if it’s highly concentrated, it doesn’t feel greasy at all because the rich texture sinks quickly into the skin to leave it soft and comfortable without any greasy residue. I highly recommend this for dry to very dry skin. It would totally hydrate your skin up to 72 hours.
Especially now that i’m in my thirties, my skin is not what it used to be. So i take care of it more now by choosing the right products and also changing to a healthy lifestyle by eating right , drinking lots of water and getting enough sleep. The lack of sleep is the one that totally gets me and something that i really need to work on. So it’s really good to invest in yourself whether a skincare routine or a personal goal. What you put in is obviously what it shows in the long run.
Thank you so much for reading and have a great day!
*This post is sponsored by L’Occitane. All thoughts and opinions are mine.