A few years ago when I joined the gym I didn’t see much improvement. In fact it got worse for a while.
But now I am training regularly and showering at home I have seen improvements. When I was showering at the gym I decided to mainstream my beauty products. Let’s face it I went from 5 items to an entire shelf.
I have gone too far with my beauty routines and products. I haven’t bought anything new in about 6 weeks.
I mean I wanted to, I just didn’t.
When I went to the gym I had one bag that I used and since then I have been using the same products every day.
- Cleanser Sunday Riley
- Matryxal the ordinary
- B-hydra Drunk Elephant
- Elemis Toner
- C Tango serum Drunk Elephant
- Azaleaic acid The Ordinary
- SPF Drunk Elephant
That’s all I need in the morning.
I cleanse in the shower. I have started taking a bit longer really working the cleanser into my skin. Massaging it and giving myself a bit of a facial. I love it.
Then I go in with either my mytrxal or my azelaeic acid. The two don’t appear to like each other when I layer them so I just alternate then on a daily basis. Then I use my Bhydra and CFirma mixed together for ease.
My last layer is of course my SPF. This needs time to settle down it does make my skin appear white and greasy but it soon fades down.
I generally don’t wear makeup to work unless I feel like it or I am going out afterwards but generally I am bare faced with my skin fully protected.
I have seen improvements in my skin from going to the gym. This is down to consuming more water but mainly it’s down to me eating less sugar.
I know that there is no direct link to chocolate and bad skin but my skin always reacts to it if I have too much which I often do. My choices in the last few weeks have been healthier.
Smarter with a few mistakes thrown in for good measure.
I am not drinking ale before the wedding! And am eating a healthy lunch every day. I still drink Diet Coke but it’s my vice!
So that’s it. After the wedding I won’t be trying as many products just repurchasing what I like and what I use.
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