Winter AM Skincare Routine

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Since the weather has definetely been changing recently, I too need to make some changes…to my AM & PM skincare routines. 

I have combination skin in the winter, so I make sure I balance everything out.  On a typical day I just follow up with Laura Mercier’s Oil-Free Tinted Moisturizer ,for a little extra coverage, and mascara for a simple look.
PS: Click the links for each product’s review, written by me!  
2. I spray a couple of spritzes of Philosophy’s Hope Springs Eternal Hydrating Mist all over, and let it sink in for a second.  
3. I use a tad of Murad’s Acne Treatment Gel as my serum. I just recently purchased this product, I haven’t written a review on it yet since it is still new to my routine and I don’t have a concrete opinion yet, but so far it’s not bad!  
4.  Next I use Origins GinZing Eye Cream, I apply it using my ring finger…and I gently pat in the product underneath my eyes.  
5. Lastly, I follow up with Origins VitaZing, my favorite product on the planet.  It does have pigment to it, but not a ton, so I use the tinted moisturizer over it just as a little extra coverage, especially since it is the winter!
What are some of your winter-skincare products?  I’m always looking for new ones to try out =] 


Beautysets - AM Routine

0 thoughts on “Winter AM Skincare Routine”

  1. Wow! Now thats a skin care routine! Great selections! I put the Clarosonic on my Chrismtas list! I have my fingers crossed that Santa leaves it for me 🙂

  2. I have oily skin, so normally I use a lightweight moisturizer (one with SPF in the am and argan oil at night), but to try and prevent dry patches, at night i've been using a richer cream. So far I'm loving Jurlique's Herbal Night Recovery Cream. It's not too heavy and my skin feels so good when I wake up!

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