Ever wondered what your favourite bloggers use to keep their skin in tip top condition
or who you share a skin type with?
Well wonder no more as today a number of our favourite beauty bloggers share all...

Normal Skin
Hannah  swears by DHC Cleansing Oil which seemingly has a cult following in the beauty world.

Danielle has too recommendations for all those with normal skin - Liz Earle's Cleanse and Polish and La Roche Posay Effaclar Duo.

Kia has normal skin and recommends that everyone picks up a moonie cloth, I have to say I am intrigued!

Combination Skin
Hannah loves The Bodyshop's Seaweed Mattifying Day Cream - as it moisturises dry parts and absorbs excess oil in others!

Natalie recommends Clinique Dramatically Different Lotion for all those like herself with combo skin.

Trona can not be without Ginvera Marvel Gel stating it is a brilliant gentle exfoliator, I have to agree!

Helen is the second person to recommend La Roche Posay Effaclar Duo, like her I have combo skin and swear by this product - a great sebum de-clogging product!

Christina May has another Body Shop recommendation for us all this time it is The Body Shop's Seaweed Clarifying Toner stating that it is so refreshing.

Carlyn recommends both the Origins Clear Improvements and Out of Trouble Masks and I can see why as both are amazing products!

Sarah has combination skin which can become a little dehydrated  but recommends Origins Rejuvenating Treatment as it sinks in quickly and leaves the skin feeling plumped and hydrated.

Emma loves and swears by Hydraluron...on the shopping list it goes!

Georgia is the first to admit that Sudocrem is not sexy but when she sleeps with it on her face she reaps the awards!

Georgina who also has combo skin can not be without REN's T-zone Balancing Day Fluid.

There is so much love for Origins and adding to it is Laura who rates Origins Clear Improvement Mask.

Helen has another oil recommendation for anyone with dry skin and really rates Balance Me Extra Care Radiance Face Oil.

Sarah recommends Nivea's Moisturising Day Cream for Oily/Combination skin she especially enjoys it in the winter months.

Di can not rate her Rio Sonicleanse enough stating that it leaves her skin fresh, clean and bright.

Katherine rates my favourite ever skin care product - Clarins Pure Melt Cleansing Gel as her must have for combo skin.

Jemma is a fan of Soap & Glory's Peaches and Clean cleanser!

Zoe has a great budget recommendation which is Aldi's aqua complete moisturiser telling us that it is amazing and costs just £1.99!


Dry Skin
Robyn states that Clarins Hydra Quench Cream is a must have to keep her dry skin in check.

Daniella has found a life saver of a product for dry skin in Clinique Moisture Surge Intense which I do agree is a truly lovely moisturising product!

Fabugloss tells us that the Sanctuary Facial Oil makes for an extra moisturising boost at night.

Louise adores Benefit's b.right Total Moisture Facial Cream for an extra moisture fix.

Andii recommends anyone with dry skin try out Elizabeth Arden's 8 Hour Cream - I love it as a lip balm.

Girl Friday Beauty not only has dry skin but it is also a little sensitive her recommendation is Lush's Full of Grace serum bar citing it as her saviour!

Becky like so many others loves Clinique Moisture Surge moisturiser, it seems to be a must have if you have dry skin!

Gil not only shares her favourite skin care product but her holy grail in the shape of Origins Ten Minute Drink up Mask, it has completely changed her very dry skin to almost normal. Wow!

Pretty Gossip has very dry skin and can not be without Creme de La Mer, she even uses it on her chronically dry/sensitive lips too!

Gemma swears be Superdrug Vitamin E Skin Oil for dry skin.

Shona relies on Johnsons hydrating 24hr day cream, to keep her skin moisturised all day.

Terri has dry but blemish prone skin and highly rates facial oils, her current go to is Jane Scrivner Rose Attar Oil.

Lucyy Louise struggles with both dry skin and hormonal break outs but her saviour has to be Elemis Skin Clear Treatment Gel, I must pick this for those pesky hormonal blemishes!

Cat struggled to narrow it down to just one product but truly adores the brand Dermalogica.

Ashleigh is a huge advocate of exfoliating and rates Dr Denis Gross Alpha Beta Peel Pads, Sephora Instant Moisturiser and the Clarisonic Aria.

Steph has sensitive/eczema prone skin especially since getting pregnant and having a  baby but loves Naked's Thirst Aid as a night cream.

Both Leanne and Lorraine swear by Sudocrem to help banish any flare ups that sensitive skin may be prone to.

Lil.F has super sensitive skin and states that La Roche Posay Rosaliac Intense is her must have.

oily skin
Oily Skin
Zoe swears by Nip + Fab's Shine Fix, I think I will have to try this out to help beat oily skin!

Writing Rambling does have combination skin but has stumbled across Garnier's Pure Facewash for keeping oil at bay.

Laura-Jayn recommends Vichy's Normaderm Total Mat claiming it keeps oil at bay the entire day, consider me sold!

Nathalie adores Clarins Gentle Foaming Cleanser and being a huge Clarins fan I think I may pick this up!

Louise has been enjoying Superdrug Vitamin E Hot Cloth Cleanser which works well with her oily t-zone.

Shot of Beauty's ultimate skin care product is Skinceuticals Retexturing Activator

Lil Miss Lifestyle skin care item for oily to combination skin is Clarins Lotus Oil.

A few oily recommendations from Sophie include Peaches and Clean by Soap & Glory and Angels on Bare Skin by Lush...on my shopping list they go!

Katie is another blogger who rates Origins, she uses Origins Modern Friction Face Scrub on her oily skin 

As we all know I suffer from oily skin too and my must haves are Clarins Pure Melt Cleansing Gel
and Origins Clear Improvement Mask.

What are your skin care must haves?

P.S thank you to everyone that took part, it was so interesting to find out all your must have products!