Skincare can be a minefield… one which can encourage you to spend hundreds of pounds on products you do not need. I’ve whittled down my favourite skincare products that are under £20 and are really very great.

CeraVe Hydrating Cleanser

This cleanser is one of the few cleansers I have found that lives up to the hype. It is super hydrating and properly cleans the skin without stripping it of its natural moisture.

Beauty Bay Blemish Paste

If you like to dry out your spots, this one is for you. I have found this paste is great for pustules (spots with whiteheads) and dries them out literally overnight. It contains salicylic acid which is great for tackling angry, red spots.

Embryolisse Lait-Creme Concentre

A cult classic – I am obsessed. This is a hydrating, 5-1 cream which works as a moisturiser, primer, cleanser, hydrating mask and after-shave product. It is a really hydrating cream that grips make-up so well. Also… who doesn’t love a multi-functional product?

Nuxe Lip Balm

Is there anything worse than dry lips? Nuxe Honey Lip Balm is one of the best lip balms I have found that hydrates lips and keeps them hydrated – who knew it was such a challenge?

La Roche-Posay Spf 50

I bang on about the importance of SPF, so of course I had to include one. This SPF is a very lightweight cream that glides on the skin without leaving that dreaded white cast. It is also not greasy, which is perfect for the face!

The Ordinary Salicylic Acid Mask

I love a good clay mask to pull out any impurities in the pores. This mask often sells out (and for good reason), as it is super effective and a great price. It also contains salicylic acid, so is great for those who are prone to blackheads and breakouts.

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