Wednesday, 21 March 2012

Cleanse, Tone & Moisturise - Luke Stephens


The lovely Luke and I have known each other for quite a few years - he's old school SpaceNK. There's a large group of us prowling the country at any given time, but we're not all allowed out together due to Health and Safety reasons.
Luke is a fully trained make-up artist extraordinaire who writes for Who's Jack and also has his own lovely new blog called The Beauty Press.

Without further ado:

Cleanser - Rodial Glamtox Cleanser 

I like it because even though I'm not a make up wearer, it really does seem to make my skin feel really clean without stripping it and making it all dry like most other men's face washes. I also like the fruity smell.

No toner as such (I don't believe in them) <--- (sigh - BM) but I have to say I really like Laura Mercier's Multi Vitamin Serum am/pm. 
Smells like chocolate orange, and really does give my skin a clean bright, even finish. I notice the difference if I don't use it.  



Moisturiser - I change all the time, but generally I go for something in it that has a good spf. ie one I can feel in it. At the moment, I am really liking the Dermalogica Daily Defense Block SPF 15. Just rich enough, and feels like the SPF is fairly stable enough for it to be doing at least something. 


At night, I have fallen in love with ElemisTri-Enzyme Night Cream. It's not too heavy, skin feels smoother even shortly after applying and in the morning. Not wild about the smell, but it really does seem to do the job.




Thank you Luke!


Net week: @productpixie




3 comments:

  1. Hi Caroline

    Luke's choices are interesting, he's the only reviewer of a Rodial product that's positive that I've come across.

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  2. Thank you for sharing the link to Luke's blog! I was reading his post about eye care and was pleased to see he does't dish a lot of whitewash.

    Ali

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  3. I thought you didn't like dermalogica... ?

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