Boots cleansing cucumber wipes- these are 'okay' but I don't think they have as much moisture in them as some wipes do and they're not really wipes I could rely on but I only bought them because I was on a budget and didn't feel like spending £3 on one pack of wipes. So I won't be re-purchasing these.
I use my Neutrogena pink grapefruit daily scrub about 3 or 4 times a week and it does a really good job of keeping my skin spot free and smooth. And when I don't use a scrub I use my Soap and Glory Peaches and Clean cleanser just to cleanse my face and to remove any traces of makeup left on my skin, ''it purifies! can energize and melts away makeup!'' and I find it also makes my skin look glowing and healthy.
Along with my Neutrogena face scrub, I also have the oil-free moisturiser to match. As I get oily skin easily this is a fantastic product for me, it freshens up my skin and doesn't dry it out.
Lush Tea Tree water toner, this also contains pink grapefruit water (see a little pattern going on here?) to use this I just spritz it on a cotton pad and wipe it all over my face but you can also just spray it directly onto your face. And to help those dark circles under my eyes I use the simple revitalising eye roll on which i think works pretty well actually but there's not really a whole lot to say about it. And of course I use a spot cream because my skin isn't perfect at the best of times so I use skinology intensive spot cream which is the cheapest spot cream I have ever come across....98p yes you read that correctly 98 pence and I haven't found it too bad either so you may want to check this out...
And finally Lush bubble lip scrub, it's been a favourite of mine for a long time now but it is still part of my skincare routine and is especially helpful for the cold winter months when your lips are feeling dryer than usual.