The next step is toner which is something that until about 3 years ago I thought was just an unimportant step, but since discovering the Ren Clarifying Toner I literally use it every day! I'm not really sure what it does, but I know it does something because if I stop using it, then my skin just feels gross and dull. For evening moisturiser I use the Nivea Night Cream as it's slightly heavier so I feel adds more moisture over night. I was using the Olay one at night as well, but I found I was waking up with dry skin.
Right before I go to bed I use the Nuxe Reve De Miel lipbalm. I have it on my bedside table so that I don't forget. It's thick and sinks in nicely so in the morning my lips are super soft. I'll occasionally use a disposable spoolie to buff off any dry skin as well. Yum.
On a Sunday (usually) after cleansing, and before toner I like to use a face mask. At the moment I'm using the Good Things Radiance clay mask but I tend to switch it up depending on what my skin needs at the time. I follow this up with the Origins Drink up Intensive Mask, and although it's a mask I use it as a very hydrating moisturiser as the masks tend to make my skin feel quite tight and dry. If I have a spot which is sore, or massive then the Origins super spot remover gets rid of it pretty instantly. Yay.
So there we have it... It's nothing groundbreaking, quite simple in fact but like I said, it works for me! The only thing missing really is an eye cream. I've tried several in the past but none of them really do it for me. Any suggestions?