victim guest for Cleanse, Tone and Moisturise is Tanya Burr – You Tuber extraordinaire and all-round lovely lady. A fully trained makeup artist, Tanya has previously worked for Laura Mercier and Clinique and her YouTube channel currently receives over a million hits a month.
The whole point of this feature is to get products on to the blog that may otherwise not have made it – although I trial new products all the time, I’m pretty set in my ways when it comes to basics – so why not open it up a little?
I thought I’d pick Tanya’s brain as she’s (clearly) much younger than me and her skin is totally different…
Just a reminder that the the question is: What are your default ‘go-to’ products for the 3 basic steps?…
Tanya’s choices are….
Cleanser – Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish
I have been using this cleanser for the past 2 years and although being a beauty vlogger/blogger I try lots of different cleansers, I always come back to this one and find nothing beats it. It gently but thoroughly removes all my makeup including eye makeup and the muslin cloth polishes away any dead skin without being abrasive like a scrub might be.
Toner – Elemis Balancing Lavender Toner
This product was recommended to me when I had a facial at a spa last Summer. The lady said it would help to tighten my pores and balance the oily and dry areas on my skin, I have to say it did exactly what she said – and that is why I love it!
Moisturiser – Dr Andrew Weil for Origins Mega Mushroom Skin Relief
Although like I said before I try out lots of different products, I have stayed pretty loyal to this moisturiser for the last 4 years! That is a long time for me to stay in love with a product, but this one is truly amazing. Benefits I see from this cream are, evenly hydrated, soft, clear and even skin. It’s just incredible.
Thank you Tanya! – next up: London Makeup Girl
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