Evening skincare for me is all about removing all my makeup and helping my skin to repair as I sleep. I really like foaming cleansers as they make my skin feel really clean, however, dermatologists have told me that they also strip off important oils which can dehydrate. Verso's foaming cleanser (£32/90ml) however, is really a cream cleanser as it doesn't really foam at all and is really gentle on the skin and thoroughly removes all my make up - even mascara and doesn't sting if you get it in your eyes (essential for me!)
I then follow up by using Bioderma Sensibo H20 micellar water (£9.99/250ml), which is a real cult beauty product. It feels like water as you apply with a cotton pad and removed every remaining trace of makeup but doesn't dry the skin at all as it is uses micelles to micro emulsify impurities from the skin, without the need for harsh chemicals, so it is perfect for sensitive skin.
After this I pop on Alpha H Instant Facial (£37/100ml) that I mentioned in my morning skincare routine post, which you can read here and I also raved about it in my June favourites post, which you can read here. To finish, I pop on a layer of the super creamy Kiehl's Powerful Wrinkle Reducing Cream (£42/50ml) which is formulated with Copper PCA and Calcium PCA, to help fortify skin’s elasticity which I use as a preventative measure against fine lines starting to develop and it makes my skin feel really soft and smooth. I also use the same eye cream that I use in the morning StriVectin SD Eye concentrate (£7.81/7ml at QVC at the moment), which you can read here.