It's not all health health and crazy stuff like that though ;) There's a few products I have in my basic skin care routine to keep those pores clean and all that.
When it comes to removing my day face, I use the 'Loreal' Micellar water. Drop a bit onto a cotton pad (65c for a pack in tesco, bargain) and it effortlessly removes all your make up. I find it's great for removing mascara and eye make up especially as it's so gentle and there's no stinging.
To ensure I have every bit of make up off i use the 'Soap and Glory - Peaches and Cleansing Milk'. I love the smell of this, reminds me of watermelon even though it's peaches, so delish. As far as 'melting away make up' it's pretty useless at that but as a follow up to micellar water it's perfect. It really gets into your pores as you massage it onto your skin and leaves your face feeling refreshed and clean.
I've recently just purchased the 'Garnier - Day Cream'. I'll have a full post on this soon as I'm really loving it and want to give you guys a detailed post. I like how this gives a little glow to my skin whilst keeping it moisturised. The dewy complexion without the foundation. Win win.
The 'St Ives - Naturally Clear' scrub is the first face exfoliator i've used other than the 'Clean and Clear' ones and I'm really enjoying using it. It smells divine and I've found that it's really helped improve the appearance of my lower face where I have some acne scarring. I use it around 3 times a week and don't find it harsh on my face at all.
I'm not an expert on skin care but this is just what works for me. As I said at the beginning, I really believe it's what you put into your body that makes the difference so I'm not overly high maintenance with skin care like some might be. Let me know what you think below.