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I’ve been meaning to write this post for ages, but I’m only now getting around to it. This evening skincare routine isn’t too long and is completely cruelty-free and all products are available in the UK.

The First thing I do is cleanse with my Body Shop Vitamin E Cream Cleanser(£7.50), I usually take my makeup off as soon as I come home and know I’m not going to have company but this cleaner does take off makeup reasonably well also it makes your skin feel silky soft and isn’t harsh or irritating.

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Next, I use Lush Tea Tree Toning Water (£8.95)which is my hands down favourited toner ever! It really helps prevent spots and treat the ones I already have, it also feels refreshing when I sprits it on my face.

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To make spots that I have go down quicker I also use Superdrug’s Tee Tree Stick ( £3.50 ) its simple easy to use and works well with my toner.

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To treat my skin I change around some products from The Ordinary either the Hyaluronic acid, Lactic Acid 10% or Advanced Retinoid 2%. I mainly use the Advanced Retinoid ( £8) which helps with texture and anti ageing. I love this product as it’s not irritating and gives great results, especially with acne scars.

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The very last step is The Body Shop Vitamin E Overnight Serum oil(£16) which locks in all the skin care you’ve used before it, I must admit that this does take a while to sink into your skin but once it does it keeps it hydrated all through the night.

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Now I am not going to lie and say I’m not lazy sometimes, and when I am I use Superdrug’s Vitamin E Micellar Water and skip the treatment part.

What are your favourited cruelty-free skin care must haves? And tell me in the comments if you want any full reviews on any of these products! Thanks for reading Xxx

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