My daily routine is non-stop from waking up to going to bed. I enjoy sleeping so I try to set my alarm as late as possible, giving me only 45 minutes to get ready each morning.
In those precious minutes between getting up and leaving for work, I have breakfast, get changed, brush my hair and my teeth, followed by a quick beauty routine before applying make-up.
I have been using Boots Botanics, a skincare range inspired by nature and developed with Kew Royal Botanic Gardens. The All Bright range contains hibiscus, nature’s brightness booster, helping to leave the skin feeling smoother and brighter.
The micellar 3 in 1 cleansing solution is ideal to dissolve make-up, unclog pores and remove impurities. I like starting the day with clean and fresh skin, so I apply it using a cotton pad. I love the fact it doesn’t need to be rinsed, simply wiped away. I use it again in the evening so my skin is fresh for bedtime!
A couple of times a week, I apply the purifying face scrub, containing refining walnut shell and crushed apricot seeds to buff away all impurities. My skin feels so soft after using it!
The next step is to apply the hydrating day cream with SPF15 protection. The cream is thin and gets absorbed quickly, leaving the skin feeling moisturised and hydrated.
I then use the radiance balm, which is often referred to as a dupe of the MAC strobe cream. It gives my skin a subtle glow, creating a long lasting radiant base.
Not only is Boots Botanics a great value skincare alternative to higher end brands, it smells lovely and makes my skin feel brighter and hydrated. Furthermore, it regularly receives 5 star reviews on Boots website.
After trying Boots Botanics as part of my beauty regime, I would definitely recommend it, I’m sure you will love the quality of the products. The range is affordable and it really works! I have noticed that Boots Botanics is up to 50% off at the moment, so hurry to Boots by the 27th September! If you are not sure which Boots Botanics would work best for your skin, check out the Boots Botanics range.
This post has been written in collaboration with Boots.