It is heading towards summer and my skin is changing as the weather heats up. Where I live in Australia the temperatures are high and the humidity is oppressive. It effects everything that you put on your face and my daily moisturiser routine needs to adapt to avoid a complete oily meltdown!
My current morning moisturiser routine involves three great cruelty-free and budget-friendly products.
I start by treating my clean skin with the Facial Recovery Serum from the Sukin ‘super greens’ range.
This serum includes active ingredients of spirulina, parsley, kale and acai fruit extracts which they claim helps to restore a healthy glow. I find that this is very calming for my skin and adds lots of moisture without adding oils or feeling greasy.
Next I use the Antioxidant Eye Serum, also from Sukin.
This eye serum contains rosehip, evening primrose and borage oils to target fine lines and aloe vera, cucumber and burdock to help reduce puffiness and dehydration. I really like how this feels on the eyes and it is a lovely pick-me-up to my tired eyes in the morning. It also doesn’t sting – which is often an issue I have with eye creams.
My final moisturising step in the morning involves the Essano Rosehip Pure Defence SPF15 moisturiser.
I really enjoy this facial moisturiser. It is nourishing without being greasy or oily. It has SPF but doesn’t smell like sunscreen and it isn’t too heavy in our hot and humid summer climate.
If you are looking for cruelty-free and budget-friendly face care you can find all of these products for sale at Priceline in Australia. Priceline often has these two brands on sale so I would recommend waiting and getting them at a discount if you can.
Have a great day!