It is no secret that I am lazy af when it comes to...well, basically anything. But skincare is definitely one area that, more often than not, I just can't be bothered with. However, this year I'm trying to make a bit more of an effort to look after my skin because you only get one face and it's got to last you a little while so it's probably worth taking care of it. My morning skincare basically just consists of moisturising which I didn't think would make a particularly riveting post so today I'm talking you through my minimal but effective evening routine.

I always start with the Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water on a cotton pad to remove most of my makeup (and if I'm feeling particular lazy this is where I'll leave it). Then I massage in one pump of the Soap and Glory Peaches and Clean Cleanser and wash off with a damp flannel so my face is super squeaky-clean. This is where I'll use a tiny blob of the Indeed Labs Hydraluron Moisture Booster serum if my skin has been a bit dry and generally meh but I don't use it everyday - partly due to it being horrifically expensive. Finally I move on to moisturiser in the form of the Body Shop Vitamin E Moisture Cream

So those are the three (occasionally four) steps I can just about cope with in my skincare routine. You've probably gathered by now that I'm not one for faffing around with 15 different products, especially when I could be doing far better things like sleeping, so this works pretty well for me.

Thanks for reading, Lucy x