Hope does come In A Jar

My skincare products the past few months consisted of Aveeno face wash, Oily of Olay’s ProX with spf 30 (for the day), Estee Lauder’s Advanced Night Repair Synchronising Complex  and Clinique’s Dramatically Different (for the night). I also tried Oil of Olay’s Regenerist but it caused me to break out, so now I use it on my neck at night.

I must admit, the past few months saw my skin going through a not-too-hot phase. So recently when a friend told me that my skin never looked as good as when I was using that cream – ‘hope and joy something?’ I shot off an email to DH who was in the US, asking him to take an afternoon off, go to Sephora, and pick up Hope in a Jar and Purity Made Simple. He did. And he got me the largest sizes!

Now I had never tried Purity Made Simple. What if I break out? What a waste. I did wish he had gotten me a smaller size but no way was I going to tell him that. So I started using it, and Oh My God, a week later, my skin looks like SATIN, I kid you not. Here’s my routine:

Wash face with Purity Made Simple. Leave on face for at least 2 minutes.

Wash off, apply Hope in a Jar, and let it sink in for 5 – 10 minutes.

Apply Neutrogena Ultra Sheer  sunscreen, SPF 55.

At night, wash with Purity Made Simple, leaving on for 2 minutes while brushing teeth.

Apply Estee Lauder’s Advanced Night Repair – which is a serum and meant to be applied under any moisturiser.

And finally, Hope in a Jar again. Kinerase eye cream.

Did I tell you my skin looks awesome? 🙂

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