It would have been better to call this a Skincare Forecast. I decided that this month I wouldn't even force myself to stick a makeup item in there just because. Next weekend, I'm starting my first session of Dermaroller at the Harley Street Clinic. It's a non-invasive procedure that creates controlled damage in the skin to help it repair itself faster. Essentially, it's a roller with loads of tiny needles on it. I'm hoping it's going to get rid of the majority of my acne scarring. The Harley Street skincare above is also a part of the whole process. An oil free moisturiser, SPF 30 and Anti-bacterial Cream are now to be incorporated into my daily skincare routine. There is also a gentle cleanser and lightening cream (there's no bleach in it!) that I'm waiting on them to get back in stock. I plan on writing a mini series to explain Dermaroller in depth, my experience and add in reviews of the skincare. Before/after photos may come about if I'm feeling brave.
The Clarins Instant Eye Makeup-Remover was one I'd seen pop up on many a blog. Another one of those shake up solutions that claim to remove everything down to the last smudge. I've started wearing some pretty hardcore kohl liner so I'll really be putting this to the test. The final product to trial is Eau Precieuse; another french skincare product brought to the UK by BeautyMART. It contains a little salicylic acid and is something between a toner and purifying lotion. Although my skin tends to be quite sensitive to these types of products, I'd like to give it a good go because it sounds perfect for acne prone/ oily skin.
Even after my updated skincare routines, I've just thrown together a new bunch for this coming month. The skincare options never end but I kind of like it like that.