I've been using Clinique Superdefense spf25 cream for normal to dry skin during the day.
At night, I've been using Lumene Vitamin + Retinol cream. It works very well but feels a bit greasy.
I'm almost done with Neutrogena Extra Gentle Cream Cleanser and I'll be giving Dove a try.
For eye creams, I've been using 100% Pure organic coffee bean caffeine eye cream in the morning. I let that settle in while I'm putting on my sunscreen and then I use Clinique Advanced Stop Signs spf15 eye cream.
At night, I'm using Avon Lighten Up Plus and I've also used Clinique Repairwear.
fair with a blue undertone, Origins Stay Tuned in Fair, highlighted blond hair and green hazel eyes.
We've had very mild weather this fall and winter, so I haven't had the need to switch to heavier moisturizers yet. I'm using up some different GWP creams for night creams, so I don't have a consistent regimen. I'm still very fond of the Decleor foaming cleanser; it's both very mild and very effective.
I don't change my routine much, mostly because I have oily skin...one of the (only) advantages to oily skin is that it pretty much takes care of itself in winter. The real maintenance is in summer.
Also, the weather here gets chilly, but usually not cold. It doesn't snow and seldom freezes. Good for me, since I don't like cold weather.
I've been using the same moisturizer, jojoba butter, only slightly more of it. And I have to be more conscientious about putting something on my lips. Otherwise it's been the same.
Green/hazel eyes, strawberryish blonde hair, medium, warmish, combination acne-prone skin. Everyday base face: tinted frankensunscreen, MAC Blot pressed powder in Medium, and Nars The Multiple in Malibu (bronzed rose).
I haven't switched anything up yet. I'm using the Fruits&Passions foaming cleanser followed by one of the Fruits&Passions moisturizers (the all skin types one). In the Summer, I only moisturize at night (and sometimes even skip that) but now, I'm moisturizing twice a day. I'm using MAC Fast Response when I feel my lids getting tight. When it gets colder, I may have to switch to a heavier moisturizer at night and I may need to use shea butter on my lids. Winter is the season where I have to be extra careful not to irritate my skin with harsh products so I do masks and exfoliation a little less often. If my skin gets irritated, I end up having to use really heavy cream for at least a week...