23 November 2015

Winter Skincare Edit

Winter is well and truly on its way. This past weekend has seen a bitter wind, frost and even some snow. Today I'm sharing my top skincare picks for when Winter sets in.

Origins Drink Up Intensive Overnight Mask:

Designed to intensely hydrate the skin overnight without leaving a greasy residue. This mask is the fastest way to bring moisture back into the skin. I love using this when my skin is not just dehydrated but a bit all over the place because it really balances it out. It's also great to use before a long flight.

Perricone MD Chia Serum:

I used this so much last year because it was one of the only products my dehydrated skin responded to. A couple drops of this after cleansing and before moisturising does wonders. It gives the skin all the hydration needed and makes it glow. 

Trilogy Rosehip Oil:

This is a bit of a new favourite for this year I think. I just love using two drops at night to give my skin an extra dose of hydration. It keeps any flakiness and dehydration at bay whilst also fading scars. I highly recommend giving rose oil a go.

Pixi Glow Tonic:

I know it may seem strange to include a toner, but exfoliating toners are the exception. Winter makes the skin dry and dull and exfoliating toners remove the dead skin. Glow Tonic is my new favourite and for good reason. A small amount removes all the bad stuff and helps all your serums and moisturisers penetrate deeper. I don't think I could be without it now. 

What are your Winter skincare recommendations?

Thanks for reading,


  1. I've only just got my hands on the Pixi Glow Tonic after reading so many good reviews, I already love it! The other products sound lovely too! x


    1. It's such a great product- I can't believe it took me this long to try it! x

  2. I love the Pixi Glow Tonic, it's totally converted my from physical exfoliants, love Drink Up too of course :) I need to try some rosehip products and the Trilogy oil seems really affordable xx

    Jasmine Talks Beauty

    1. The Trilogy oil is really affordable, especially since you only need a couple of drops :) x