A Simple Beauty Routine for Perfect Skin by Ruth Crilly, fashion model, writer and beauty insider
Tuesday, January 28, 2014
Ruth Crilly – fashion model, writer and beauty insider. I have been an international fashion model for over ten years now and am still working for brilliant brands, shooting in exciting locations and generally feeling very lucky to have such a great job.
Past and present ad campaigns include Swatch, Olay, Myla Lingerie, Patrick Cox, River Island and Sunsilk and I have appeared in editorials for magazines including Elle, Vogue, Glamour, Grazia, Cosmopolitan – both in the UK and all over the world.
All of the below cleansers can be used over the eyes too, but if you have lots of eye makeup on and need a separate, dedicated eye makeup remover then please do go ahead. Some favourites: Lancome Bi-Facil: http://tidd.ly/41515f09 Melvita: http://tidd.ly/93c5c90b
I still use the Clarisonic but mostly as part of a home facial or occasional deep cleanse. It's too much for me to use every day! But if you get on well with it, use as much as you like.
Exfoliating. I haven't included exfoliants in this video because I don't use one every day. I use Liquid Gold every two or three nights, but not so much in the summer as it does make the skin a little more sensitive to the sun. Liquid Gold Post: http://www.amodelrecommends.com/2012/...
Those with acne/oily skin may want to use some kind of exfoliant on a regular basis to keep pores clear and refined. BHAs/salicylic acid are great for exactly this. You'd more often than not use your exfoliating treatment or serum in the SERUM/TREATMENT step before moisturiser. Not always, but mostly. Paula's Choice do great BHA products with different strengths.
Lots of the serums I use contain mild exfoliants - the Liquid Gold Rejuvenating, for example, and the new Chanel Weekend product. Anything with glycolic and lactic acids in, for example, will be exfoliating as they work. Great for pepping up the skin and making it fresh and clear. See below - serums!