Daily Skin Care Routine

I have recently changed my skin care routine, again! Over the years I have never seemed to be able to get the balance quite right, and have often flicked and flitted my way through numerous products.  After struggling with my skin quite a lot over the last few months I decided it was time to start afresh and I now feel that what I am using currently is finally getting my skin back on track!
I have never really worn too much make up, but over the last few years, and since I've been working for Benefit especially, my daily dosage of make up has increased. However, I felt that it maybe wasn't the amount of make up I've been wearing that's the problem, rather what I do in order to prep and cleanse my skin before and after make up that I needed to work on. So I decided to dig a little deeper into the world of skin care and invest in some decent products.
I'm not at all saying that these products are the ones everyone must use, but I have found that after using them all for about three weeks, my skin had dramatically improved in terms of spots, blemishes, moisture overall appearance.

This is my dressing table where I keep all of my daily beauty products, courtesy of Ikea

My daily skincare products
At the start, and end, of each day I use Soft and Soothed cleanser and toner by No.7

 I then apply Protect and Perfect Advanced facial Serum, again by No.7

After which I pop on a small amount of Benefit's Triple Performing Facial Emulsion

I then dab a little bit of Benefit's It's Potent eye cream before applying my every day make up
(An every day make up post will be coming soon) 

At then end of the day, or when I am ready to take off my make up, I use my No.7 Cleanser and Toner and then pop on Benefit's instant Comeback facial Serum

 I then apply Essential Moisture Night cream by No.7 before going to bed

For days when I am feeling a bit lazy I'll use a No.7 Skincare Wipe to take of my make up or quickly cleanse my face
Do you use any of these products? What do you use in your skincare daily routine?

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