Recommend your cleanser, toner and moisturiser

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lovethesite Posts: 1054
Ok girlies, mine are out so need to invest in something descent without blowing the budget mind :-) Have normal enough skin, sometime get breakouts on my chin. Skin looks really dull lately :-(
Blossom Cherry Posts: 2701
Hi I use Guinot, it'sricey but amazing and well worth the investment!
lovethesite Posts: 1054
Hey hun, which guinot ones do you use?
chick2012 Posts: 584
The pink guinto cleanser and toner are amazing but pricey.. i use the vitamin e range from bodyshop and i swear by it and i used to use guinot all the time. it definitly lives up to guinot..vit e range is about 11e for cleaner,11 for toner and moist is 15e..also use it e facial oil which is 20e but so worth it as a boost for your skin! :o)ll
Bride2be040812 Posts: 1182
Clarins all the way!
Finicky Fi Posts: 2134
I second Clarins. I'm a recent convert and I love it. It's dearer than brands available in the supermarket but lasts a long time so there's much of a muchness in the price after all.
lovethesite Posts: 1054
I actually have clarins at the moment but thinking my skin needs something different. Only use cleanser and toner though, got them in lanzarote - great value for the two. Might look into the budyshop ones aswell. Am looking at purchasing the trilogy roship oil, suppose to be unreal!
tassajara Posts: 723
Liz Earle's Cleanse and Polish, it's amazing. Trilogy Rosehip Oil really gives my skin a beautiful glow and when I use it regularly instead of traditional moisturiser, I don't seem to get as many spots.
chicabride Posts: 453
I am using la Roche Posay at the moment the "Efficlar" range. I have very sensitive skin thats prone to breakouts and I find its great. Its 3 for 2 as well in Boots at them moment
strawberries1 Posts: 1245
+1 for Liz Earle's Cleanse and Polish. It is really good and not expensive and I have very sensitive skin. I got the toner as a sample as well but to be honest you don't need one. I also like the mositurisers in the Dr. Lowe range in boots. A bit more expensive around the €25 mark but boots often have special offers on the range.