An Australian beauty therapist and YouTube star has thrown open her beauty locker to reveal the products she uses to take care of her acne-prone skin.
Madeleine Edwards, 24, from Melbourne, suffers from hormonal pimples, as well as eczema – two conditions that leave her complexion red, dry and irritated.
In a recent video for beauty giant Mecca, Madeleine unveiled the seven products she swears by to calm her skin and create a radiant and radiant face.
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Madeleine Edwards (photo) has revealed her seven-step beauty routine and the products she uses to soothe her skin and create a radiant glow
The 24-year-old from Melbourne suffers from hormonal acne and eczema – disorders that leave her complexion red, dry and irritated
Kate Somerville & # 39; s Cold Cream Moisturizing Cleanser + Makeup Remover, priced at $ 73, is an ideal cleanser for people with sensitive skin
Starting with cleansers, the makeup expert said she would rather use products that are as soft as possible.
Kate Somerville & # 39; s Cold Cream Moisturizing Cleanser + Makeup Remover, priced at $ 73, is one that effortlessly removes makeup without irritating the skin.
She revealed that she applies the product directly to her face and gently processes it with her fingers.
To remove traces of makeup, Madeleine wipes her face with a fresh washcloth rinsed in warm water.
A fresh washcloth rinsed with warm water easily removes cleaning products and makeup residues
& # 39; Immediately after cleansing, I will give my face a little spray to calm it down, & # 39; she said.
Sunday Riley & # 39; s Good Gene & # 39; s lactic acid treatment, priced at $ 160, works brilliantly as an exfoliator and does not dry out the skin
Frank Body & # 39; s Anti-Angry Face Mist, priced at $ 14.95 is her go-to spritz. A is a hydrating product formulated with rose water that relieves redness and soothes irritation.
& # 39; It cools my face down because it sometimes feels a little raw after using water on my face, & # 39; said Madeleine.
When it comes to exfoliation, the beauty therapist avoids products that are more & # 39; grainy & # 39; instead, opt for an acid-based serum.
She revealed that she is treating her skin using Sunday Riley's Good Gene Lactic Acid Treatment.
Although a little pricey at $ 160 for 30 ml, the cosmetician said that one pump is enough to blow off dead skin while remaining nicely hydrated.
Frank Body Anti-Angry Face Mist, priced at $ 14.95, is the product Madeleine uses immediately after she cleans her face
Madeleine shared that she has a friendly and gentle approach to skin care and prefers products that are as hydrating as possible
Lancome & # 39; s advanced Génifique eye cream, priced at $ 105 (photo left) and Perricone MD hypoallergenic nourishing moisturizer, priced at $ 106 (photo right) are two product Madeleine swears by
What are the seven products Madeleine Edwards swears by?
1. Kate Somerville & # 39; s Cold Cream Moisturizing Cleanser + Makeup Remover, priced at $ 73
2. Frank Body & # 39; s Anti-Angry Face Mist, $ 14.95
3. Sunday Riley & # 39; s Good Gene & # 39; s lactic acid treatment, $ 160
4. Drunk Elephant & B-Hydra Intensive Hydration Serum, $ 80
5. Lancome & # 39; s advanced Genifique eye cream, $ 105
6. Perricone MD hypoallergenic nourishing moisturizer, $ 106
7. Dermalogica Super Sensitive Shield SPF 30, $ 80
In the next phase of her routine, Madeleine reaches a lighter moisturizer to keep her eczema at bay.
She revealed that her favorite product was Drunk Elephant & # 39; s B-Hydra Intensive Hydration Serum, priced at $ 80.
The lightweight product is designed to deeply hydrate the skin, thanks to Provitamin B and pineapple-ceramide that helps to retain hydration.
Although Madeleine is perhaps only 24, she uses an eye cream to treat the sensitive skin around her eyes, namely Lancome & # 39; s Advanced Génifique Eye Cream, $ 105.
The product is designed to be used sparingly, so a few dots around the area under the eyes is sufficient.
The beauty expert massages the luxurious cream around the eyes and any remains are applied as a balm on the outer edges of her lips.
Madeleine strongly believes in the benefits of applying sunscreen, regardless of skin conditions
At this point in her routine, Madeleine will apply a second hydrating treatment.
Dermalogica Super Sensitive Shield SPF 30, priced at $ 80, is a chemical-free mineral awning
The & # 39; amazing & # 39; Perricone MD Hypoallergenic Nourishing Moisturizing Cream, an intensely hydrating lotion for $ 106.
& # 39; I love this so much and it is my last step for sunscreen. It locks everything in and it is so soft that I know it won't irritate my skin, & she said.
Finally, Madeleine applies sunscreen, something she said is essential regardless of skin conditions.
Dermalogica Super Sensitive Shield SPF 30, priced at $ 80, is a chemical-free mineral sunscreen infused with ingredients that soothe irritation and minimize discomfort.
Madeleine has revealed that she will & # 39; squeeze this product into her skin & # 39; until it is no longer white, and then she is ready to face the day.
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