Skin Care Routine for Oily/Blemished Skin

Thursday, 6 October 2016

skin care routine for oily and blemished skin using products from The Body Shop, Simple, Garnier and The Konjac Sponge Co

As a person that has frequent breakouts and has sensitive skin, my skin care routine is very important. I frequently change up the products that I use as part of my routine and as you can see from my old skin care routine back in the spring of last year, most of the products are different. Since it has been more than a year since that post, I decided that it was about time that I did an updated one.

I want to start off by saying that I don't follow the routine everyday. In the mornings I usually just use the face wash and apply some moisturizer but I try to follow all the steps in the evening. It is my way of relaxing and winding down before I go to sleep.

skin care routine, garnier micellar cleansing water

I start off by removing my makeup using the Garnier Micellar cleansing water. I pour a few drops of this to cotton pads and gently rub onto my skin in circular motions. It removes a lot of the tough makeup like eyeliner and mascara in one swipe.

skin care routine, the body shop tea tree toner, the body shop tea tree oil facial wash
The Konjac sponge Company, bamboo charcoal angel face cloth

Currently I'm using The Body Shop tea tree skin clearing facial wash and mattifying toner. I massage a blob of the face wash onto damp skin with upward circular motions. It leaves my skin feeling so refreshed and squeaky clean while also removing any makeup that had escaped the Micellar cleansing water. To wash it off I have been using The Konjac Sponge Co angel cloth* that I reviewed a few weeks ago. It gently exfoliates and leaves my skin feeling so soft and smooth! To top it off I apply some of  toner all over my face. You have to give it a good shake to get everything nicely mixed together as it has a different oil at the bottom. The toner removes the last traces of makeup and also helps to reduce the appearance of pores.

skin care routine, simple anti-blemish moisturizer

To put some moisture back into my skin I squeeze out a dollop of the Simple spotless skin anti-blemish moisturiser. It leaves my skin feeling refreshed and glowing without leaving any oils behind. Up until a few months ago I always skipped this step but nowadays I can never skip applying moisturiser before I leave the house in the morning. 

skin care routine, the body shop tea tree oil

The Body Shop tea tree oil comes to the rescue when I have a particularly bad breakout or a huge zit has decided to pop up in the middle of my forehead. I apply about two or three drops on to a cotton pad and apply it gently to the blemished areas.

Do you have a skin care routine?


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30 comments

  1. I've heard so many great things about the Micellar water! I need to try it out for myself soon. Great post lovely!
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  2. Garnier Micellar water is my fave product at the moment! It's great for when I'm in a hurry! I have the Body Shop tea tree oil somewhere but I haven't used it yet!

    Serena / http://ramblingsofanotherunistudent.blogspot.co.uk

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  3. I am glad to read that the Garner water is that effective cause I just bought it yesterday and haven't used it yet! Lovely post dear!
    xo
    Stella
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  4. I had this micelar water from Garnier! It's so good x justwrittenme.wordpress.com

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  5. I have a sensitive skin too. I've heard good things about The Body Shop Tea Tree Oil range, and thinking of trying it. What a lovely post! x


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  6. products with tea tree always work wonders on my skin so i love the sound of that oil! simple are my all time faves for skincare though, it's so cheap yet so good!
    jen / velvet spring

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  7. I need to stop procrastinating and get the tea tree oil from The Body Shop! Great post!

    S .x http://ramblingsofayoungprgirl.blogspot.com/

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  8. This post is really useful as we have the same type of skin! I love using the Garnier micellar water too. I know that tea tree oil is really good for oily skin, and these Body Shop products sound great to clear the skin. I really need to get some new additions to my skincare as it is very basic!

    Julia x
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  9. I need to pick up some new skincare products as the ones I have dont seem to be doing anything :p
    Nice post :)xx

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  10. I recently purchased the micellar water, and oh my gosh! i'm so glad i bought it because it helps so much when removing makeup off my face! <3

    Rabiah
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  11. Great post xx I love the simple and garnier products your routine is very good 😊

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  12. I also use the Body Shop Tea Tree face wash! I love it, it's so good :)

    Chelsea - www.TastetheTea.co.uk

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  13. I love these bits - I swear by my Micellar Water!! So brilliant! I've gotten into using the Garnier Exfobrusher Spot fighter - really good in the morning for a bit of an exfoliate and face wash!

    Josie // JosieVictoriaa

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  14. the body shop tea tree products look amazing need to check them out

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  15. I have mixed oily skin. I wonder if this could help. Thank you for sharing.
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    Sauniya | Find Your Bliss ♡

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  16. The Garnier micellar water is the best one I've tried and such a good and easy way to remove make up! I love the tea tree range from The Body Shop too, I'm currently using their blemish clearing serum and it's great.
    Amy xx
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  17. you cant go wrong with that micellar water and simple products! I love them! i also use Vichy oily skin moisturisers, they are amazing!
    Pam xo/ Pam Scalfi♥

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  18. great tips hun thankyou im going to try some of these xx

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  19. Love your photos, share the tips? Also, it's a shame I have acne prone skin but dry skin otherwise all these products would be a god send to me! I really want to try the tee tree oil as it sounds amazing!
    Becca // www.beccasloveforlife.blogspot.co.uk

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  20. Honestly, never used any of these but will definitely check them out as soon as possible in my local store here.. Seems they are good from your article.


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  21. Lovely routine! I love using the micellar water to take off my makeup! I need to give the other products a try too :) xx

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  22. Love getting advice from your blog :)

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  23. Great post.♥

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  24. I've heard some amazing things about the Tea Tree range from the body shop. My friend who has oily skin swears by it! x

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  25. The Garnier micellar water is the best! Removes everything and does not dry my skin and for that only, it's a winner!

    Yiota
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  26. I really need to try some bits from the body shop, the tea tree range always looks so so nice :)

    Erin || MakeErinOver

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  27. Oily and blemished skin is such a pain but hey,I heard that those who do will get less wrinkles when they're grey and old ;) x

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  28. Great products... Need to try them
    xx
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  29. My dermatologist recommended tea tree oil for my oily, blemished skin. So far it has worked!
    Ela | http://www.stealingyoursunbeams.wordpress.com

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  30. Cleanse oily skin carefully with warm water and, mentioned above, avoid harsh products that strip your skin of oil since this can cause a reaction known as reactive seborrhoea, Next

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