Step 1: Wash your face.
I don't have a go-to face wash, i usually go for which ever one is on offer at the time. I like to use daily scrubs as they exfoliate the face but are gentle enough for everyday use. I tend to use either a clearasil or a neutrogena face wash as they seem to work well with my skin.
Step 2: Cleanse
This is something I have only just started using and it makes a difference. I love how soft and clean my skin feels after using it. I use a cotton pad to apply it. One tip I was taught is to apply it in upward circular motions as it apparently helps get make-up out of your pores. This is just from superdrug's simply pure range which is for sensitive skin, I can't remember the price but it wasn't expensive.
Step 3: Tone
I love how using a toner can make your skin feel so fresh. I use a cotton pad to apply and I use this after my cleanser to take off the excess. I have had this toner for a while now as you can see from the picture. I love olay products, my mum has used a lot of their products over the years and has never complained.
Step 4: Moisturise
I use a day cream and a night cream. The day cream has SPF 15 which is great for me as I have very pale and sensitive skin. The night cream is thicker than day cream so my skin is always super soft when I wake up. The creams are from superdrug's Vitamin E range and where 2 for £5 when I bought them, so they were a bargin. I have had them for a while now and i still have loads of product left.
And remember to take your make-up off!!
I use this to remove my eye make-up. I usually do it before I cleanse and tone. This is also from the simply pure range which is aimed at sensitive skin. It claims to be gentle however I have really sensitive eyes and I find that my eyes become irritated if i use a lot of product. I think I will get a cream based product next time in the hope that it is more gentle.