As you may have already read, I’ve been testing various organic and/or (at least) paraben-free and toxin-free skincare for my sensitive skin. I’ve noticed a marked improvement in the sensitivity – and therefore the texture and tone of my skin – since I started to incorporate various products into my skincare routine.

Namely, I’ve really enjoyed using the new Skincere Cream Cleanser from Holland and Barrett. This gorgeous new range of natural skincare boasts a purifying cocktail of botanical extracts including Lemon, Orange and Bilberry to cleanse and gently exfoliate the pores of impurities, whilst balancing pH levels, stimulating skin cell renewal and hydrating the skin for a beautifully radiant complexion. It’s such a gentle and soothing product that it’s truly a joy to apply to the skin and since I started using this product three weeks ago, I’ve noticed that my skin is clearer, smoother and firmer. I’ve also noticed a further reduction in my skin sensitivity.

Cream Cleanser by Skincere, £19.99; hollandandbarrett.com In the mornings, I have followed this cleansing routine with the Pomegranate Firming Day Cream by Weleda. This award winning cream is a light and fast-absorbing formula, charged with potent ingredients including anti-oxidant and Vitamin C-rich Pomegranate to protect and heal the skin. Pomegranate in itself is also highly nourishing for the skin but when mixed with seed oils – in this case sesame, jojoba and sunflower – the combination actively promotes cell regeneration for healthier, younger-looking skin. This elixir is proven to leave skin looking and feeling firmer with improved elasticity. Without a doubt, I’ve found it extremely refreshing to use on a daily basis and I’ve noticed that my skin appears smoother and more radiant as a result.

Pomegranate Firming Day Cream by Weleda, £24.95; weleda.co.uk

These two beauty products are definitely a winning pair for your skincare routine.

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