Aug 292019
 

Following the previous month’s one could be a tough act to follow, but Love Lula Beauty Box remains one of those Beauty Boxes that, aside from being a pleasant surprise (even when peaking around before receiving mine) every month, remains on the top of its game. The August one’s contents are slowly moving along the Autumn, which is knocking on our doors, with a rich facial cream, hydrating eye cream, a hand cream, and for a pop of insanely pigmented color – a lip gloss. There’s also a sample of a body wash. So this month’s Love Lula Beauty Box has 4 full sized products and one sample sachet, with a total worth of £61,00.

So, what’s in this month’s Love Lula Beauty Box?

Love Lula Beauty Box August 2019

Inika Lip Glaze in “Rosewood” (5ml/£18.00). Holy Molly! This lip gloss is almost too pigmented! One single dip and swipe and you get an extremely rich color on your lips! In fact, as my makeup is more on a minimal side, I’ve been using it only after a lip balm and applying just a dot here and there and spreading it with my fingers – it is that pigmented. The color is very Autumnal, no doubt about it, but it would be a great choice for Winter Holidays as well: a darker pink rose color, with a a copper-ish shimmer. While the finish is that of a lip gloss, the feeling is that of a silky soft lip balm – this is how it feels on the lips – nourishing, soft and anything but sticky. Price-wise is falls somewhere in between, but it’s not extremely expensive, and being as pigmented as it is and with a generous amount in the tune, it will last for quite some time. While this lip gloss is currently not available at Love Lula, there are a few other colors available. Speaking of Inika lip products, I have a few of their lip crayons on my wishlist as well.

Inika Lip Gloss

Madara Eye Contour Cream (15ml/£26,00). About two years ago, I reviewed another Madara’s eye cream – in fact, this one seems like a reformulated version of that one, just that it’s a bit more thin in its consistency, contains aloe vera and Vitamin C? I liked that one, and I like this one as well – it’s gentle, hydrating and absorbs quickly – making it a great choice to apply under a liquid foundation or BB cream coming colder days. The price may be a bit steep, especially for – otherwise usual eye cream amount – 15ml, but since you only need a drop of it, just as the other Madara eye cream, this, too will last around a year. Currently this eye cream is not available at Love Lula, so I just linked to the older one.

Love Lula Beauty Box August 2019

Nature’s Kitchen Rescue Cream (50ml/£8.09). I’ve been testing Nature’s Kitchen Super Protein Skin Boosting Anti-Ageing Moisturiser lately and this rescue cream from Nature’s Kitchen is somewhat similar to the moisturiser, just richer in its texture; in fact, this is a rich night cream for colder weather, and especially for those with drier skin. For those, who don’t have dry skin, just a bit of this rescue cream would do it, preferably over a light serum. A little really goes a long way. Such rich creams are also a great choice for neck and décolletage, and this cream feels like a neck mask. The scent is also interesting – it reminds me of a freshly cut grass. With a tube being 50ml and a very low price – it makes for this green beauty product being within the reach of anyone, who doesn’t want (or need) to splurge on very expensive creams. As always, I have to point out the negative part, and that is phenoxyethanol and ethylhexylglycerin.

Love Lula Beauty Box August 2019

Laidbare In Safe Hands Hand Cream (50ml/£6,99). Laidbare offers quite affordable products, and this hand cream is no different (though, just for the sake of comparison – same amount of this hand cream is only £1 less than the above Nature’s Kitchen face cream, which consists of better ingredients). It absorbs quickly, but still leaves some nourishment on the hands. The scent is quite strong and the source not natural, unfortunately. While I do like their face mask, this hand cream did not persuade me.

Ayumi Turmeric Body Wash Sample (full size 250ml/£6,99).

Love Lula Beauty Box August 2019

This concludes my first impressions of this month’s Love Lula Beauty Box: with 4 full sized products and a sample sachet: a face cream, an eye cream, a lip gloss, a hand cream and a sample of a body wash, with a common theme: Autumn is around the corner. The Inika lip gloss is in its own category with the pigmentation and the way it feels on the lips, the Madara eye cream gently and hydrating, great under liquid foundation, Nature’s Kitchen face cream is an affordable and very rich cream, great for dry skin or a neck mask, Laidbare hand cream quickly absorbs. I guess you could say the creams are all rich and nourishing.

And all these products have a total value of £61,00 whereas the actual cost of the yearly Love Lula Beauty Box subscription is £12,66 (or £16,60 for international customers) per month (yep, even less than it was before). You also get a discount on all the brands featured in a current Beauty Box and even this discount got even better – now you can get all the brands featured in a Beauty Box for 25% off!

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How did you like this month’s Love Lula Beauty Box? Got any products you’ve had on your wishlist? Found any new brands or new favorite products? Let me know!

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Love Lula Beauty Box has been provided to Nature of Europe by Love Lula for the purpose of an honest review.

Nature of Europe is Love Lula’s Accredited Blogger.

Aug 222019
 

If my previous Summer makeup routine consisted of (still) quite a number of makeup products, this one has even less; it’s been a very hot Summer, and just like my morning skincare routines and evening skincare routines, my makeup routine has been as minimal as possible.

My Makeup Routine #2

My Makeup Routine: Foundation

My Makeup Routine #2

If around June, I was still wearing the Ere Perez Water Foundation, I’ve soon switched to only Inika Loose Mineral Foundation (full review here) – while a full coverage is easily achieved with this excellent mineral foundation, during the hot Summer, I usually apply only a thin layer of this foundation – one swipe. It works great with another excellent product – the  Alteya Organics Rose Otto Face Sunscreen SPF25 (full review here). If need be, I tend to small inconveniences with my RMS “Un” CoverUp Concealer (full review here), likewise a tiny amount under my eyes.

My Makeup Routine: Eye Makeup

The only eye product I’ve been wearing, and even that no often, is the NATorigin Lengthening Mascara (I’ve got it in my June Love Lula Beauty Box). It’s a light-wearing and feeling mascara, giving a very natural look for daytime during this incredibly hot weather – or just as natural look as possible in general. If anything, I’d use the Benecos Translucent Powder (full review here) on my eyelids, to achieve a matte look and to control oiliness. Maybe, here and there, a bit of  RMS Beauty Living Luminizer in the corner of my eyes – just a tad bit.

My Makeup Routine: Blush & Highlighter

For a pop of color, I’ve been using the RMS Beauty Lip2Cheek in Smile from the Signature Set: Mod Collection as a blush. From time to time I’ve been using Ere Perez Olive Oil Lipsticks as a blush as well – and why not, right? For a bit of an illumination, a tiny bit of RMS Beauty Living Luminizer. 

My Makeup Routine: Lipsticks

My Makeup Routine #2

Just as with everything else, I’ve been quite minimal with the use of lipsticks as well. From all the Ere Perez Olive Oil Lipsticks (full review here), I’ve been mostly using the Ere Perez Olive Oil Lipstick in Picnic. For an even more minimal look, I’ve been alternating between RMS Beauty Lip2Cheek in Smile with an obligatory lip balm before, as it’s very pigmented, and the beautiful Joik Pastel Silky Lip Balm (from my May Love Lula Beauty Box).

My Makeup Routine: Almost Barefaced

My Makeup Routine #2

Many days, I’ve been opting for an even more minimal, even barefaced makeup look. Using the Alteya Organics SPF Cream, which also works as a moisturizing primer, giving a healthy sheer tinted glow, I’d follow with a bit of  Dr Hauschka Light Reflecting Concealer under the eyes, a tiny dot here and there of the RMS “Un” CoverUp Concealer if there’s a spot or something, which I then set with the Benecos Translucent powder, usually using my pinky finger, followed by just a tiny and light swipe of Inika Loose Mineral Bronzer and RMS Beauty Lip2Cheek in Smile and RMS Beauty Living Luminizer. For the lips, I go with the Joik Pastel Lip Balm. Light, minimal, fresh.

In short, here is how my morning skincare routines look like:

  • foundation: Inika Loose Mineral Foundation
  • eye makeup: NATorigin mascara
  • blush & highlighter: RMS Beauty Living Luminizer; RMS Beauty Lip2Cheek in Smile; Alverde Blush; Dr Hauschka Light Reflecting Concealer
  • lipsticks: Ere Perez Olive Oil Lipstick in Picnic; Joik Tinted Lip Balm; RMS Beauty Lip2Cheek in Smile
  • SPF protection/priming: Alteya Organics Rose Otto Face Sunscreen SPF25
  • bronzing & setting: Alverde Rose Toner as a setting spray; Benecos Translucent Powder; Inika Mineral Bronzer

All my routines, morningevening and makeup ones are light during the Summer, and the makeup routine one is especially subtle, as natural looking as possible with as minimal amount of products used as possible and not all at once.

For some of the products I’ve already posted a full review and some will be reviewed soon, so make sure you check back.

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How does your Summer makeup routine look like? Which are the products you skip when it gets hot? Which colors do you like using during Summer? Let me know!

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For more information on the brands, mentioned in this post, please visit their dedicated brand pages:

– Inika
– Ere Perez
– RMS Beauty
– Benecos
– Dr Hauschka

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The products mentioned in this post have been gifted to Nature of Europe by Love Lula for the purpose of an honest review, others bought by myself.

Nature of Europe is Love Lula’s Accredited Blogger.

The post contains affiliate links. For more info, read our disclaimer.

Aug 152019
 

The minimal skincare routine in these hot Summer days that I adhere to in the morning follows in the evening as well. Given I’m wearing sunscreen, a double cleansing is often a must, along with light but thorough hydration.

My Evening Skincare Routine #2

My Evening Skincare Routine: Cleansing

My Evening Skincare Routine #2

On the days I wear sunscreen, a double cleansing is a must. I try to combine it with first using a lighter Kathleen Cleansing Lotion, though I am mostly saving this gentle cleanser for my morning skincare routine, or a bit thicker but still creamy Alteya Organics Gentle Cleanser. For the second cleanse, I use Alteya Organics Facial Cleanser & Wash in Vanilla & Geranium: it gently cleanses and removes any of the remaining impurities. It’s also very affordable, and I, of course, have at least 2 other Alteya Organics Facial Cleanse & Washes on my wishlist.

I make sure to have at least one if not two days a week when I wear no products on my face – aside from regular spraying of hydrolates, of course. On such days, I only use a tiny amount of a gentle cleanser in the evening, be it Kathleen Cleansing Lotion or Alteya Organics Gentle Cleanser.

My Evening Skincare Routine: Toning

My Evening Skincare Routine #2

After cleansing comes the imperative part of my skincare routine – spraying with hydrolates. I switch them up, I mix them together; I alternate between various Alteya Organics hydrolates, whether it’s the chamomile one to calm my skin or melissa one to uplift and control skin oils – or both.

Once a week I pour a bit of  Jane Scrivner AHA/BHA Resurfacing Exfoliator on a cotton pad and gently tap it on my face; this is not a toner per se, of course, but a liquid exfoliator.

My Evening Skincare Routine: Moisturizing

My Evening Skincare Routine #2

The products I am using for my evening skincare routine during this hot Summer somewhat correlate with the products I am using for my morning skincare routine as well – light and very hydrating.
After toning, I use either Fom London Anti-Pollution Hydra Plump Serum but more often Ere Perez Quandong Green Booster Serum. Both serums are water-based, light, very hydrating and quickly absorbing – and likewise, quickly disappearing, as my skin is drinking them up. If I use the Fom serum, I apply the Ere Perez one under my eyes, and occasionally, a dab of  Jane Scrivner OO Cream. For the neck area, I am using a thin layer of Nature’s Kitchen Super Protein Skin Boosting Anti-Ageing Moisturiser. Moisturizing products are always followed by a generous amount of spraying of hydrolates.

My Evening Skincare Routine: Masking

My Evening Skincare Routine #2

Lately, I’ve been using the Clockface Charcoal Face Mask to draw out excess of oil and prevent potential clogged pores; given this is a clay based mask, and can be a bit harsh and drying during Summer, I use it about every 10 days or so. When I use this mask, I always follow with hydrating serums. On evenings, when I use the  Madara Regene Volume Rebuilding Lifting Mask or Bloomtown Soothing Mask, I only use an abundant amount of hydrolates and nothing else as to not overload my skin.

My Evening Skincare Routine: Exfoliating 

My Evening Skincare Routine #2

While exfoliating is an important part of my skincare routine, I am stretching the days between exfoliating treatments now: I make sure there’s at least one week between using Madara Peel Mask and  Andalou Naturals Lemon Sugar Facial Scrub, since I am double cleansing more often than usually.

My Evening Skincare Routine In Short:

  • Cleansing: Alteya Organics Gentle Cleanser, Alteya Organics Facial Cleanser & Wash in Vanilla & Geranium  and Kathleen Naturals Cleansing Lotion
  • Toning: Alteya Organics Chamomile and Lavender Hydrolates; once weekly the Jane Scrivner AHA/BHA Toning Exfoliator
  • Moisturising: Fom London Anti-Pollution Hydra Plump Serum; Ere Perez Quandong Green Booster Serum; Jane Scrivner OO Cream; Nature’s Kitchen Super Protein Skin Boosting Anti-Ageing Moisturiser
  • Masking: Madara Re-Gene Mask; Bloomtown Soothing Mask, Clockface Charcoal Face Mask
  • Exfoliating: Andalou Naturals Lemon Sugar Facial Scrub; Madara Peel Mask, Jane Scrivner AHA/BHA Toning Exfoliator

My Evening Skincare Routine #2

My current evening skincare routine is based on quickly absorbing and light hydrating in a form of water-based serums, and gentle cleansers for the double-cleanse treatment, given the hot weather and thus sweating and oiliness and of course – sunscreen. And – as always and even more so – hydrolates.

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For some of the products I’ve already posted a full review and some will be reviewed soon, so make sure you check back.

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How does your evening skincare routine look like during this hot Summer weather? Which are the products you never skip during your evening routine? Let me know!

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For more information on the brands, mentioned in this post, please visit their dedicated brand pages:
– Madara
– Ere Perez
– Andalou Naturals

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Some of the products mentioned in this post have been gifted to Nature of Europe by Love Lula for the purpose of an honest review, others bought by myself.

Nature of Europe is Love Lula’s Accredited Blogger.

The post contains affiliate links. For more info, read our disclaimer.

Aug 132019
 

Ere Perez Olive Oil Lipsticks are luxurious, highly pigmented lipsticks, which nourish and hydrate the lips.

Ere Perez Olive Oil Lipsticks Review

It seems no matter which Ere Perez product I try, I am always impressed with it; I’ve had the pleasure of using many Ere Perez makeup products, and they’re all performing at a high level, whether it’s their water foundation, carrot color pots, mascara, eye shadows… Of course, I have to mention their incredible water serum as well, which I’ve been using all Summer long.

Ere Perez Olive Oil Lipsticks Review

When Ere Perez launched their olive oil lipsticks, so many of them immediately landed on my wishlist and three of them – in my makeup bag. And what a beautiful lipsticks they are, indeed! With a great selection of colors, I am certain everyone will find at least one color for themselves, though if you can manage to pick just one .., hehe.

The Ere Perez Olive Oil Lipsticks come in an elegant, a bit heavy, silver “metal bullets”. The packaging makes for a great choice to keep the lipsticks cool and protected, though, unfortunately, one of my lipsticks broke at the base.

Ere Perez Olive Oil Lipsticks Review

The three Ere Perez Olive Oil Lipsticks that I’ve picked are in Surprise, High Tea and Picnic. All three of them – beautiful colors, very pigmented, long lasting and nourishing and hydrating – they feel velvety on the lips. The rich colors are beautiful on their own, but can be mixed together, creating even more colors. As they are so pigmented, they can be used over a lip balm – creating a still beautiful color – but more like a tinted lip balm.

The Ere Perez Olive Oil Lipsticks contain ingredients, usually found in lip products in order to nourish, hydrate and to make them soft: olive oil, castor seed oil and coca seed butter.

Ere Perez Olive Oil Lipsticks Review

Ere Perez Olive Oil Lipstick in High Tea

Ere Perez Olive Oil Lipsticks Review

If you like the classic dusty pink nude, then High Tea is the one for you: an elegant, sophisticated, classic dusty pink nude lipstick, with a distant hint of a mauve, perfect for any occasion and any time of the day – it’s that color which makes a great choice for any season. If you’re more on a safe side when it comes to lipsticks – the High Tea is a flattering choice for you. It is a bit similar to another great Ere Perez product – the Carrot Color Pot in Harmony. Elegant choice when paired with a subtle smoky eye look, with grey-ish colors on the eyes.

Ere Perez Olive Oil Lipstick in Picnic

Ere Perez Olive Oil Lipsticks Review

Think of Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s – this happy, bright peachy nude has a very Spring-like feel, but that doesn’t mean you can’t wear it during Winter as well. There’s a hint of very light, barely there brown color, mixed with a hint of an orange color, with a peachy pinkish color poured on the top. It makes for a cute, rested and bright appearance, coupled with a subtle gold eye shadow (I highly recommend Ere Perez gold eyeshadows or gold eye pencil). And at least one piece of a bright white color piece of clothing. Yellow nail polish couples with the Picnic nicely, too.

Ere Perez Olive Oil Lipstick in Surprise

Ere Perez Olive Oil Lipsticks Review

Indeed, a surprise – rich, bold, hot pink and very pigmented watermelon color, with a very distant hint of violet sub-tone. Bright, popping and in-your-face – a great pick for Summer, with a very minimal makeup – preferably no eye makeup, but a splash of a highlighter. With just one swipe, you’ll enjoy the richness of this color; but with a lip balm, you’ll still get all of the beautiful color of this daring one, just not as bold.

All of this beautiful lipsticks – beautiful on their own – can be freely mixed together for making of the new colors. And they can all be used as a creamy blush as well – just keep in mind, being as very pigmented as they are, a little goes a very long way!

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Ere Perez Olive Oil Lipsticks Review

How about the ingredients?

Ingredients: Ricinus communis (castor) seed oil, coco-caprylate/caprate, pentaerythrityl tetraisostearate, copernicia cerifera (carnauba) wax, octyldodecanol, euphorbia cerifera (candelilla) wax, theobroma cacao (cocoa) seed butter, aluminum starch octenylsuccinate, hydrogenated castor oil, pentaerythrityl tetrabehenate, mica, olea europea (olive) fruit oil, tocopheryl acetate. May contain +/- iron oxides, ci 77891, ci 15850, ci 77742, ci 77002, (only High Tea 0.01%) synthetic fluorphlogopite.

Castor seed oil, has anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties; it conditions the skin. a thick oil, with high fat content. As a water binding agent, ideal for very dry skin, perfect for use in lip balms. Cocoa seed butter, an emollient, is high in Vitamin E. It promotes collagen production and is great for dry skin. Olive oil is an antioxidant with high content of essential fatty acids (linoleic, oleic, palmitic), thus great for dry skin and lips. It has soothing and healing properties and is a great moisturizer.

Aluminum starch octenylsuccinate is an anti-caking agent; while aluminum is a neurotoxin, this anti-caking ingredient is deemed safe.

Pentaerythrityl tetraisostearate and pentaerythrityl tetrabehenate are emulsifiers, emollients and viscosity agents; both synthetic.

Synthetic fluorphlogopite is a synthetic mica; as I am not sure I’ve encountered a synthetic mica yet, at this time, I am uncertain as to its effects.

Potentially problematic ingredients?

Octyldodecanol is emollient and emulsifier, which provides for a soft, silky feel on the skin. It can be a skin and eye irritant.

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My final word?

Ere Perez Olive Oil Lipsticks Review

Olive Oil Lipsticks are another high quality, luxurious beauty products from Ere Perez: beautiful, highly pigmented, rich colors – whether you prefer a classic subtle look, a happy bright Spring-like look or bold Summer look – The Ere Perez Olive Oil Lipsticks will not disappoint. They feel creamy and velvety, hydrating and nourishing.

Ere Perez Olive Oil Lipsticks Review

Price? Yeah, the price is in that “ouch” category with £23 for 3,5g of each lipstick; by no means easily affordable, so I’m not going to say you need each and every one, but if you’re ever contemplating on treating yourself with something special and luxurious – and we know us ladies have a special spot for beautiful lipsticks –  then I could not more highly recommend snagging one of these beauties. I’ve been enjoying these lipsticks for over a year now (I know – time flies!) and not only do they last a long time, but make for a great colorful pick me up moment.

Ere Perez Olive Oil Lipsticks Review

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Have you had the chance to try any of the Ere Perez makeup products? Which ones? Which is your favorite Ere Perez Olive Oil Lipstick? Let me know!

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For more information on Ere Perez, please visit their dedicated brand page.

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Ere Perez Olive Oil Lipsticks have been gifted to Nature of Europe by Love Lula for the purpose of an honest review.

Nature of Europe is Love Lula’s Accredited Blogger.

The post contains affiliate links. For more info, read our disclaimer.

Aug 082019
 

The weather is still beautiful – sunny and hot, and accordingly, my morning skincare routine is minimal and based on as much hydration as possible, mostly in a form of water-based serums. And liters of hydrolates, of course.

My Morning Skincare Routine #2

My Morning Skincare Routine: Cleansing

My Morning Skincare Routine #2

With very hot weather, even if my evening skincare routine consists of few and light, but above all, moisturizing products, my skin feels the need for a gentle cleanser in the morning. Too much cleansing can cause an oily skin to produce more oil by drying it up, but not cleansing in the morning during hot weather can cause breakouts – a bit of a conundrum, wouldn’t you agree? So, a gentle and light cleanser, preferably non-oily and even more so – formulated with a very mild foaming agent is thus a must. For a while now I’ve been using the  Alteya Organics Gentle Cleanser, until I received an even gentler cleanser in my July Love Lula Beauty Box – the Katheleen Natural Cleansing Lotion. This cleansing lotion is contains a mild foaming agent, making it a gentle cleansing, along with being hydrating. As it’s been the case with a few other product lately, I’m finding myself going quickly through this cleanser, even if a little goes a long way, as my skin really enjoys this cleansing lotion.

My Morning Skincare Routine: Masking

On the days I feel like going with a quick masking treatment, I pick Madara Regene Volume Rebuilding Lifting Mask – for that quick pick me up, plumper appearance.

My Morning Skincare Routine: Toning

Either way, masking or not, after cleansing I proceed with a generous amount of a hydrolate. Currently, I’ve been using the uplifting and refreshing Alteya Organics Melissa Water, as it helps balance and control oily skin during the day.

My Morning Skincare Routine: Moisturizing 

My Morning Skincare Routine #2

For the past two months, my skin has been yearning for light, hydrating water-based serums. After receiving a travel sized Fom London Anti-Pollution Hydra Plump Serum in my June Love Lula Beauty Box, and going through that bottle in a “blink with an eye and you’ll miss it” time, I had to immediately order the full size of this water-based serum. A bigger bottle didn’t make much difference, as my skin has been slurping on it on a daily basis: a light, very runny and quickly absorbing serum, just perfect for this hot Summer weather (the only issue I have with this serum is phenoxyethanol, as it causes a bit of a redness). It makes for a great base/primer to be followed by other products. Or used on its own.

Another product from a “wait, is this bottle leaking” category is another excellent water-based serum, which I’ve had on my wishlist from the moment it’s launched (but had many other products that needed to be used up first) is Ere Perez Quandong Green Booster Serum (got it in my March Love Lula Beauty Box)After a good month of use, my skin has already slurped about half of the bottle already (though I incorporate it in my evening skincare routine as well). Hydrating and light, and a bit less watery/runny than the Fom London one, I sometimes opt for the Ere Perez Serum, sometimes I use it only under my eyes, but either way, my skin is drinking it up.

Occasionally, I use  Madara Deep Moisture Fluid on top of either serums or just under the eyes; it’s a light and refreshing gel.

My Morning Skincare Routine: Priming and SPF

My Morning Skincare Routine #2

In line with using as little products as possible, the Alteya Organics Rose Otto Face Sunscreen SPF25 plays a role as a primer and SPF protection (along with being a moisturizer as well); a sheer tinted sunscreen, which feels velvety and gives a beautiful dewy look, and makes for a perfect primer for the loose mineral foundation to follow, as well as for a no makeup look. You can read my full review here.

If I opt for no makeup, I then, again, generously spray some hydrolate all over my face, as a setting spray, to melt together the few products I’ve used; if I opt for a very minimal makeup… well, my makeup routine to follow soon.

My Morning Skincare Routine In Short:

  • Cleansing: Katheleen Natural Cleansing Lotion
  • Masking: Madara Regene Volume Building Lifting Mask
  • Toning: Alteya Organics Melissa Water
  • Moisturizing: Fom London Anti-Pollution Hydra Plump Serum; Ere Perez Quandong Green Booster Serum; Madara Deep Moisture Fluid
  • Priming and SPF: Alteya Organics Rose Otto Face Sunscreen SPF25

My Morning Skincare Routine #2

I try to use as little products on my face in the morning as possible; what they all have in common is they are light, gentle and very hydrating.

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For some of the products I’ve already posted a full review and some will be reviewed soon, so make sure you check back.

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How does your morning skincare routine look like this month? Let me know!

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For more information on the brands, mentioned in this post, please visit their dedicated brand pages:
– Madara
Ere Perez

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Products mentioned in this post have been gifted to Nature of Europe by Love Lula for the purpose of an honest review.

Nature of Europe is Love Lula’s Accredited Blogger.

The post contains affiliate links. For more info, read our disclaimer.