Tuesday, September 17


my skincare and hair routines are simple and worked to fit into a student budget - but that has still left room for high standards, when it comes to the effect and quality of them. No dropping your demands for clear and soft skin, healthy looking hair and no bad ingredients - because it's not necessary.

neutral face cream // 
during the past two summers and winters, this face cream has kept my skin simply healthy and soft, without any red spots to speak of. That's a pretty big achievement, especially for a product this affordable and eliminated of bad stuff. One of the clever benefits of buying very affordable moisturisers like this, is that you use enough of it... Ever thought about that? Only available in Denmark, but worth a visit :)

e-vitamin capsules // 
again, these are very affordable. When the weather changes to an extreme, hot or cold, I pierce one of these capsules and mix the e vitamin oil with my moisturiser. In the chilliest days of winter, an un-mixed capsule or two of e vitamin can work wonders on your skin.  

minirisk eye make-up remover // 
simple, cheap, effective, no bad stuff.

sephora tripple action cleansing water // 
spent some time searching for the skin tonic to rule them all. This doubles as makeup remover and even moisturises a little, apart from its actual intended essential great ability to freshen up, collect pores and prep for moisturizer. 

decubal lipid cream // 
fixes those little dry spots after a slight overdose of sunshine during the summer, or keeps hands soft throughout winter windstorms.

tresemmé heat defense and tommyguns smooth & finish cream // 
any heat defense before the blow dryer really makes a difference for your hair in the long run. Combined with a cream or (argan) oil to gather your hair tips, it's the easy and fast way to look collected, when running out the door.

marc jacobs' blush intense and mac vanilla perfumes // 
the occasional dab of great perfume. As long as you change between a few scents, and apply a bit only once in a while, you can avoid developing allergies or rashes. Perfume can annoy your skin, not only in the places where you spray directly. You are especially giving your skin the best conditions to glow, if you stick with the no-bad-stuff products for the rest of your routine.

What do you do? Any tips for me?

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