I mean you want me to answer honestly?
I don't use anything lol bit of soap and water and sometimes in a rush I'll use tesco own brand facial wipes. I have a bad habit of forgetting to put moisturiser on in the mornings, and working in London this is not a good thing! City grime is horrible for skin, if I forget to put it on I end up washing my face as soon as I get into the office. Generally I use Nivea oil free moisturiser, or a superdrug own brand - anything oil free is good for me.
I think that was a good day when I took that pic, but I have to say this diet I've been doing has done wonders for my skin tone and look. I've stopped losing weight on it though (stupid body has decided it's not shifting any more for now) but overall since starting this I've had vastly improved health and people do occasionally comment on how healthy I now look.
I stopped wearing make-up every day when I was around 21 / 22 - I used to not leave the house without it, then I was travelling and in Australia and it was just too much hassle in hostels to slap on the face every day. Now when I do go out, the only make up I wear is Benefit. I highly recommend their products, especially Dr Feelgood (a skin smoothing balm that goes on before foundation containing vitamin C to help skin tone), Lemon-Aid and bluff puff powder, high beam and brow-zings. I also adore Benetint - so versatile! I think not wearing make-up every day has helped my skin to not be clogged up.
For a very long time, I didn't take good care of myself at all - its a really long story, but my opinion of myself was (and still can be at times) very negative so I just didn't bother to look after myself much. It's quite a shock to have someone say my skin tone looks good :oops: thank you =D It's definately down to the change in diet, my manicurist keeps trying to get me to have one of her Dermalogia facials and suggesting collagen or botox injections LOL I hate needles so that is never gonna happen :rofling: