My skin care routine changes from time to time depending on what am using at that particular time. I am not one who has bad breakouts like i formally used to. The only major issue I have is finding that one product that will help get rid of my blemishes. I don’t really go for far expensive products and tend to limit my options to drug store products like Nuetrogena and Simple products. However,  I recently got introduced to forever living products by my mum and I thought i would try them out. The forever aloe scrub being my favourite in the collection pack I bought. It leaves that fresh clean feel after use.

 I generally clean my face with a makeup wipe before bed each night and rinse it with warm water in the shower, so it’s safe to say my cleansing routine is somewhat lacking. The Aloe Scrub claims to be gentle enough to use every day, yet strong enough to clear pores of debris and dirt whilst protecting the skin from the drying and damaging effects of synthetic cleansers, ahem, my makeup wipes! After using the  scrub I use the aloe hands and face wash gently rubbing it all over my face.

Then after washing my face I pat my face dry and apply the aloe moisturizing lotion in circular motions till it sinks in. The aloe propolis creme on the other hand is also an excellent moisturizing creme but felt like it wasn’t really for me only because its meant for more sensitive skins. If you are intrested in purchasing any of these products click on this link.

Products used


MUA  brown eyebrow pencil

MAC studio finish concealer – NW45


Urban Decay primer potion

Sleek primer in shade pink

Sleek pallete (Lid)

Naked 3- (outer crease + inner tear dot)

MUA kohl pencil – (water line)

Collection 2000 liquid eyeliner -black

Benefits they are real mascara


Lancome Teint Miracle – shade 11

MAC studio finish concealer- NW45

Ben nye banana powder

bodyshop bronzer

sleek contour kit- medium dark 

MAC mineralise skin finish – deep dark


Sleek blusher – Coral


Sleek lip liner – purple

MAC Heroine



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