I’m no skin specialist, but I do know a thing or two about skincare. In middle school, my face broke out constantly, it was never clear from a blemish or pimple. I tried every drug store product imaginable, even Proactive, but everything was a failed attempt. It wasn’t until I started going to a dermatologist that I finally started to see a change in my skin. She prescribed a few face topicals which reduced the number of breakouts I got, I began to get facials too and realized that these simple changes were the solutions to my skin problems. tumblr_oivrqmuUnB1qgn23wo1_500

Today my skin is the clearest it’s ever been. Today I’ll be sharing with you my current skincare routine along with the products I’ve been using. Keep reading to find out some of my top tips for clear skin!

For starters: I don’t use a face mask every day, but when I do decide to have a spa night, here are the ones I use.

Masque Vivant


What it does: Purifies and tightens pores, revives and brightens complexion.

I use this no more than twice a week. I was told to mix it with baking soda to which makes it work faster and better.

Masque VIP O2


What it does: Tones the eye area while reducing dark circles, soothes, hydrates and brightens skin. More info here.

Step 1: Wash Face


MBR Enzyme Cleansing Booster

What it does: Rids of impurities, activates skin regeneration, deep cleans pores.

This cleanser starts as a powder but once a little water is added it turns to a soap like consistency. Read more about it here.


Laura Mercier Face Polish

What it does: Scrubs, cleanses, and exfoliates. Removes dead skin cells to leave skin smooth and even-toned. More info here.

I switch on and off between these two face washes.

Step 2: Lotion P50 Toner 


What it does: Gently exfoliates skin, helps shrink pores and keep them clean, balances the pH of your skin, removes dead cells and impurities.

I use this by putting a little on a cotton pad and rubbing it all over my face and neck. More info here.

Step 3: Placenta Serum


Step 4: Serum 20 / Serum C+ AHA


What it does: Defends against environmental damage, restores and protects skin, reduces the appearance of fine line and wrinkles.

I use Serum 20 in the morning.


What it does: Protects skin from the sun, exfoliates for smoother skin, prevents anti-aging.

I use Serum C + AHA at night.

Step 5: Hyrda 3 Regenetic Serum


What it does: Re-hydrates skin.

This adds a little extra moisture to your skin, so I don’t use it every day since my face tends to become a little more oily.

Step 6: Cream Dermopurifiante


What it does: Reduces redness, hydrates, purifies and cleanses. More info here.


Here are my tips for healthier skin:

1. Drink waterI know it’s been said a million times but it’s so simple and true.

2. Lower your sugar intake. Adding un-needed sugar into your body makes hormones rage even more than they already are. This is a great tip to follow if you find that you break out more when you indulge in sugary foods.

3. Wash your pillow case. Sleeping on the same pillow every night allows dirt and oils to attach themselves to your linens. Washing your pillow case at least twice a week is one of my biggest tips for clearer skin.

4. Only wear makeup when it’s needed. You don’t need to wear makeup when going to the food store, shopping around at the mall, or running a few errands. My logic of it is; you’ll probably never see any who you see in public again, so who cares?! This little trick has seriously saved my skin.

If you’re interested in learning more about the products I use or my facialist, Vicki Morav, click here.


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