I’m always excited to discover something new for my beauty regime, especially when it’s something effective, bringing goodness to me and my skin! Between careers, day to day life and trying to manage it all – it’s easy to run ourselves down. But it’s important to take care of ourselves too. We all know that moisture is essential for healthy, youthful skin. If nothing else, you should always focus on helping your skin retain moisture as its what gives skin it’s healthy glow, helping makeup go on better, and giving it a softer, more supple appearance. To make a long story short, you absolutely have to use products that add the highest amount of moisture for your skin.
With so many products out there offering the ultimate hydration to your skin, it’s hard to figure out where to start, especially when you have a busy lifestyle. However, you’re in luck, as I have just the thing for all of you busy ladies out there!
If you are looking for an effective and fast way to moisturise your skin, first drink lots of water. Secondly, I’ve discovered three easy products to add to your regime which really give you the hydration your skin deserves. I suggest you try Garnier SkinActive Moisture Boom Day, Night cream and the lush Tissue Mask.
Garnier Moisture Bomb Tissue Mask is fast becoming big beauty news, ultra-tin tissue infused with a super-hydrating serum, pomegranate extract, and hyaluronic acid, delivering a burst of super hydration for smoother and healthier skin in just 15 minutes. I try to use this twice a week, topping it off with a touch of night cream before bed and the next day, a few pumps of the day cream. Easy, quick and only £0.99p!
So, ladies, it’s all about being who you really are, believing that being beautiful means a healthy and natural looking you. If you want to try the Garnier Moisture Bomb Tissue Mask, Day or Night cream, share a picture on Instagram with you wearing the Tissue Mask and hashtag #maskie … Garnier might repost it, how fun is that!
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