WHAT'S YOUR DAILY SKINCARE PRODUCT COUNT?

Ten is not too many. Nope. No it's not. Not at all. Don't judge.
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Ten is not too many. Nope. No it's not. Not at all. Don't judge.
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My most recent daily skincare lineup: Nivea micellar cleansing water; La Roche-Posay thermal water; Neostrata glycolic acid toner; Shiseido Ibuki essence; Shiseido Ultimune serum; Estee Lauder New Dimension serum; Laneige Moisture Balance Emulsion; Neutrogena Hydro Boost eye gel; Laneige Water Sleeping Mask; Neutrogena Ultra Sheer SPF 110.

One day as I was throwing extra products in my bag because I had to finish my face-hydration routine enroute to someplace, I wondered how many skincare products other folks use every day. So this week, the Lipstick League question is this: How many skincare items do you use daily?

Yep, as per that compilation photo above, I use about 10 items every single day. (Treatment masks and physical exfoliants I use every few days don't count for this.) The precise product changes as I try new things, but this is the most recent collection, with the exception of a Laneige BB Cushion that I nearly included because of its SPF 50 – when I wear that, I skip the separate sunscreen.

I have a habit of going on and on in these Lipstick League posts; I'm trying to be brief today. But if you'd like me to expound on why I like and use the above items, I can do that in a new post. I'd really like to know how many skincare products you use, though, so don't forget to tell me in the comments!

Nivea Micellar Cleansing Water, $7.99 US at amazon.com; La Roche-Posay Thermal Spring Water, $12.99 US at amazon.com; Neostrata Toning Solution, $21.90 at amazon.com; Shiseido Ibuki Softening Concentrate, $30 at sephora.ca and $24 at sephora.com; Shiseido Ultimune serum, $78 at sephora; Estée Lauder New Dimension Shape + Fill Serum, $98 at sephora.ca and $89 at sephora.com; Laneige Balancing Emulsion, $36 at sephora.ca and $28.49 at target.com; Neutrogena Hydro Boost Eye Gel, $12.02 at amazon.com; Laneige Water Sleeping Mask, $30 at sephora.ca and $23 at target.com; Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Sunscreen SPF 110, $9.99 at amazon.com.

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