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Skincare Hacks

Author: Beth Cox November 27th, 2017

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We recently ran a competition on our Facebook and Instagram with Magnitone where you all had to tell us about your favourite skincare hack. We had so many amazing entries that we decided to do a blog post with all the best ones!

Helen Walker – “A simple hack is to steam your face in the shower or over a bowl of water whilst gently massaging. This gives your face a healthy glow, improves circulation and feels wonderful afterwards when you apply moisturiser.”

Georgina Booth-Purdy – “Always remove makeup before bed & use a good night cream especially this time of year when the heating is on. This is my golden rule regardless of how many glasses of prosecco I may have consumed that evening lol!”

Sarah Sej Pelham – “I love to drink tea but my skin loves it as a facial treatment for spots or tired eyes. I leave a warm teabag on the affected area whilst watching a youtube video or film, et voila, happy skin”

Zukeika Shaik – “Mashed papaya works really well to hydrate and brighten my skin. It also helps to lighten pigmentation. On days when time is against me I rub the inside of the peel on my face and it works just as well to give my skin a healthy glow”

Lauren Mitchener – “Combining masks so I put a deep cleansing mud on my t-zone and then add a moisturising mask on the dry areas on cheeks etc for a combined facial to target both skin problems in one go”

Dawn Cordell – “Coconut oil is my saviour, takes off my makeup and even waterproof mascara… amazing and all natural”


Lilian Walker – “Avocados are the best thing for your skin, also great for a hair mask. Used on my skin for years.”

Karen Watson – “My skin tip is to use a nice deep moisture mask every week or so. As well as leaving my skin lovely and soft it also gives me reason to relax for 10 mins”

Melissa Major – “Drink lots of water. Wash face in the morning with pure water then apply a toner and moisturiser. Before bed apply a serum and overnight moisturiser.”

Hellen Clare – “Beauty sleep. Sleep is so important for your mental and physical health, but also when it comes to skin health!”

Maggi Liu – “Always give yourself a facial massage while putting on your moisturiser, it improves circulation to your skin and rejuvenates your face!”

Lisa Sauer – “A scrub with a teaspoon of sugar and coconut oil leaves the skin super smooth, soft and moisturised. Perfect ritual before going to bed.”

Kate Williamson – “Drinking warm water with squeezed lemon juice every morning helps to purify the skin from the inside out helping to reduce the chance of blemishes.”

Amy Fidler – “Always use an overnight sleep mask, if skin is playing up, I find I wake up with improved skin.”

Helen Barber – “Always cleanse, tone and moisture morning and evening. Also drink at least 8 glasses of water a day to keep hydrated.”

Tess Robinson – “Always, ALWAYS take your makeup off – even if you’ve had a lot of prosecco and just want to go to bed!”

Emily BO – “ My favourite skincare hack would be using tea tree oil on blemishes. They minimise overnight, leaving a less noticeably blemished face.”

Faith Anderson – “I add a hydrating serum to my moisturiser and I always wash with hot/warm water and rinse with cold/cool water.”

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