On Friday evening Mr BMB headed off to Twickenham to watch the opening game of the rugby world cup so when the little one was tucked up in bed I decided I needed to give my skin a little TLC before heading to my cousin's wedding on Saturday and going to some London Fashion Week events next week.
Although my skin isn't too congested at the moment, there are always a few blocked pores to clear, so I spread GlamGlow Supermud mask (£45 SpaceNK) over my face whist I chilled out for 20 mins sipping a glass of bubbles. This clay based mask sucks out any imperfections and feels like it scrubs out all your pores - you see all the impurities being pulled out, which is a bit gross but so satisfying.
After removal I layered on Elizabeth Arden Superstart Skin Renewal Booster (£40 John Lewis) which helps the surface layer of the skin renew itself and boosts your natural defenses. Applied before your serum it helps to super charge your skincare, adding extra hydration and helping your other products work better too.
I then applied Radical Advanced Peptide Antioxidant Serum - not pictured -(£125 SpaceNK) which is such a gorgeous luxury serum which I always notice a real improvement in my skin when I use and Elizabeth Arden Flawless Future Night Cream (see my review here) to finish.
My skin felt so pampered, clean and dewy I could have just come out of a luxury facial. In the morning I then popped on Nuxe Splendieuse Anti-Dark Spot Perfecting Mask (£30 Feel Unique) as I'm really hating the few age spots that have crept up on me which this mask helps to fight.
I then layered on the same pre serum and serum as I had the night before and finished with Indeed Labs Fillume Moisturiser (£24.99 Boots) which helps to plump out wrinkles and help skin look more youthful.