I've mentioned before on the blog that I've been trying to overhaul my skincare regime, and my first stop was The Body Shop.
It has so many different ranges for different skin types that I knew I'd find something that suited my needs.

I've done a review on The Body Shop Tea Tree range (link here), which is my morning skincare regime, but for the night time I wanted a more moisturising set of products to give my skin a treat so I opted for the Vitamin E range.

I start off by using the Vitamin E Cream Cleanser, I'll do a double cleanse with this if I'm wearing makeup that day but I use a separate eye makeup remover (review coming up!) because you're not meant to use this cleanser on your eyes.
I really like how smooth and clean this makes my skin feel, it doesn't leave it feeling tight after I use it.
I remove the cleanser using a flannel, I prefer them to muslin cloths as they're more substantial.

Then I soak two cotton pads in the Vitamin E Hydrating Toner and sweep them all over my face, a lot of people say toner isn't a necessary step but I really like it, I feel like it leaves my skin squeaky clean and fresh.

After the toner dried I would normally dab on a small amount of the Vitamin E Eye Cream, but lately I've stopped using it because I suffer from milia on my eyelids and I felt like this cream was too thick and was making them a bit worse, if anyone has any recommendations on light eye creams then please let me know!

I then use the Vitamin E Overnight Serum-in-Oil, but I haven't featured that in this post because I'd like to do a separate post on it.

After that has sunk into my skin I alternate between using the Vitamin E Moisture Cream and the Vitamin E Nourishing Night Cream, depending on how dry my skin feels.

These products really make my skin feel rejuvenated and moisturised, I'm nearing the end of them now and I will definitely be buying them all again, apart from the eye cream because as I said, it's a bit too thick for my eyes.
These products are great for people with normal/dry skin, but if your skin is oily then I wouldn't recommend them.

People often say that The Body Shop products are pricey, but I think that they're really reasonable, especially when you consider that they nearly always have a discount code of at least 30% running!
You purchase and peruse The Body Shop Vitamin E range here.
The new series of Dr Who started yesterday so I thought it was a good time to put this particular girl crush of mine out there!
I used to be a big fan of Dr Who when David Tennant was the doctor but I have stopped watching it lately, but one thing that always catches my eye about the newer series of Dr Who is the lovely Jenna Coleman and all of her outfits!

She has a really simple, classic style which is SO my cup of tea, I love the dainty prints and small splashes of colour she injects into her outfits to stop the classic, neutral colours from looking boring and plain.

Her hairstyle and makeup are always on point too, got to love a fellow short-haired girl! 
If her sense of style is good enough to attract Prince Harry, then it's good enough for me! (are you proud that I resisted a Dr Who ''out of this world'' reference? Because I am...).


Not all pictures my own, some taken from Google Images.
All reviews 100% honest, whether they were sent to me or bought by myself.
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