Hey friends! Welcome back to my blog. In today's post I'm gonna cover my Lazy Skincare Routine. This routine effectively cleanses and hydrates the skin and promotes a healthy glow. 


I'm featuring Bioelements Skin care in today's post because I've been loving their skin care products. I use them at work in the spa and at home. I love this skin care brand because it is part science, part nature, formulated for all skin types, and fragrance free.

1. Sensitive Skin Oil this is a 2 in 1 cleanser + makeup remover. It effectively removes all dirt, grime, and makeup, for even the most sensitive skin. Most times I use this as a pre cleanse and then go ahead and use another cleanser but in my 'Lazy Routine' I stick with just this and it works great!

2. Power Peptide Toner is next! This is an anti-aging spray toner packed with peptides to balance the skin and keep it healthy and strong. It also boost the ability for the skin to retain moisture. I love this. 

3. You could skip this next step if you're in a bit of a hurry.. but I love adding Vitamin C serum to help treat dark spots and uneven skin tone and add a healthy glow to the skin. 

4. Love this Multi Task eye cream! This eye cream hydrates, brightens, and fights signs of aging around the under eye area.

5. Don't forget to moisturize... Be sure to use the best moisturizer for your skin type. Beyond Hydration is for combination skin. It hydrates and balances the skin. 

6. Sunscreen if daytime! Sunscreen protects the skin from sun damage that can cause aging. This step is required all year around. I love this RayDefense because it easy to rub into the skin and is also hydrating. 


Lazy Routine Done! If night time, then replace the moisturizer with Sleep Wear night cream and skip the sunscreen. This simple 6 step routine is perfect for most skin types. You are cleansing, toning, balancing, treating, hydrating, and protecting the skin with this routine.

Thanks for stopping by! If interested in purchasing any Bioelements skin care please leave me a message. 


XO, 





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