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Get ready to be schooled in skincare! I’m so excited to share this post because I’m entering my senior year of college (yay for being almost done!) and to my fellow college ladies, I feel your pain when it comes to taking care of your skin right now! Between all nighters for exams, going out on the weekends, eating Nutella while watching Scandal to avoid homework, our skin is going through it’s toughest four years. That’s why it’s so important to take care of our skin now and I’ve come up with the perfect 3-step routine that’s affordable and easy to buy-there’s not a reason why you shouldn’t try it! Here’s a step by step college skin care routine
There’s three ingredients to this routine, all from Clean & Clear:
-Night Relaxing Deep Cleaning Face Wash
-Dual Action Moisturizer Salicylic Acid Acne Medication
-Makeup Dissolving Facial Cleansing Wipes
I was able to find all of these easily at Target and I spent under $20-win, win!
As you can see, this is such a simple but effective process. I picked products that are an all-around skincare routine: deep cleaning of the pores + a moisturizer with acne medication to keep blemishes and breakouts at bay. But what’s great about this line is that you can customize it to suit your needs without breaking the bank! If you’re really struggling with acne, you can add in the Persa Gel to target areas with severe blemishes. If you’re skin is getting too oily, you can add in the Oil Absorbing sheets-all perfect for your time and wallet!
And, here’s a video where you can see these products in action:
Here’s where you can find these at Target, and right now through August 22 you can receive 10% off any Clean & Clear product-even more savings! Or click here if you’d rather shop online.
I’d love to know, how are you going to revamp your skincare routine for the school year? Let me know in the comments below so I can pick up a new tip or two!
Thanks for reading,
Kelly started A Thing of Beauty in 2011 and has 8 years of experience writing about beauty, lifestyle and fashion. She also has 6 years of professional graphic design and branding experience.