I recall Anna tweeting about this method a good few times and have decided that with this week
being absolutely chaotic that there really couldn't be a better time to put it to the test.
My blog has been on the sporadic side this week but as of tomorrow I promise normal service (whatever that is) shall resume but tonight it is all about relaxing with a face mask or two!
First of all I'm going to apply my favourite ever facial mask which is The Fab Pore by Soap and Glory,
I have harped on about this little tub of wonder forever and a day but all for very good reason.
If like myself you have oily skin that is prone to enlarged pores I suggest running to your nearest Boots
and snapping up a tub...your skin will thank you time and time again!
I find it to cleanse deep down, remove excess oil and leave my skin feeling and looking great!
Around half an hour after removing the first mask I plan on applying Decleor's Life Radiance mask,
which only requires 3 minutes and lightly moisturises the skin and brightens.
If time is of the essence and you want a quick skin pick me up I can not recommend this mask enough,
it revitalises tired skin and smells absolutely divine.
Lastly before I pop into bed I'm going to apply a light layer of Organic Surge's Blissful Daily Moisturiser,
yes this is a day cream that has been blended to suit normal skin types but I find it to be a great consistency
for oily skin as a bed time treat, it is thick yet not overly so, it provides a little more moisture than a night cream aimed at oily skin and I find with the cooler weather my skin requires a little extra T.L.C.
and this ticks all the right boxes for me!
Soap & Glory The Fab Pore Mask £8/50g via Boots - link
Decleor's Life Radiance Mask £29/50ml via John Lewis - link
Organic Surge's Blissful Daily Moisturiser £8.49/50ml via Organic Surge's Web Store - link