So if you haven’t seen already, I have been loving Loreal at the moment. I’ve been introducing Loreal to my skin lately and so far I’m pretty impressed. When it comes to waking up in the morning, I do my usual skin care routine, but I’m still finding that my skin doesn’t feel complete. There was something I was missing, something for a little more love and TLC. That’s where these two come into it..
Here are the Loreal Pure Clay Glow Scrub and the Loreal Fine Flowers Gel-Cream Face Wash. The perfect two to waken your skin and give your skin that brighter look.
So the Glow Scrub is for brighter, smoother and fresher skin. It’s a non – drying texture which turns into a light foam which releases the micro – beads which exfoliate the skin and removes any dead skin cells. This then leaves your skin smoother and brighter. I like to apply this in the morning only, it does say to use AM and PM but it suits me better just in the morning. I like to apply this when I’m in the shower as you apply to wet skin, so I apply it – using circular motions to set onto the skin – allow it to sit for 2 minutes and then wash it off. I like to mainly focus on the forehead, nose and chin as that’s where I suffer with oily skin. It leaves your skin glowing and gives your make up the perfect base to apply.
The Fine Flowers Gel-Cream Wash is new to the Loreal collection. They also have brought out a toner and cleaner out in this collection too. This collection is a combination of Jasmine and Rose flowers, in a cleansing gel-wash for soft, comfortable and fresh skin. I like to apply this AM and PM but not every day. I don’t want my skin to get use to this, as I’d love to use it every day but I like to give my skin breaks from certain products. I apply this the same way as the Glow Scrub, in the shower as it needs to go onto wet skin, and in the same circular motion for it to create a foamy, white texture. It leaves your skin bright, fresh and suppppperrrrr soft. Rose is known for soothing and comforting the skin, and Jasmine is known for protecting and moisturising the skin.
*When removing both of these, use warm water for the best results.*
Do you face wash/scrub every day or a few times a week?
What are you currently using?