I don't normally have to worry about my skin as most of the time it's quite well behaved but recently I just don't know what to do with it. One day it's breaking out and the next it's super dry and sensitive. Admittedly I haven't been drinking enough water and that paired with my time of the month is just asking for trouble. I've been trying my best to get my skin back to normal and I thought I would show you some of my current top picks.
My skin's quite sensitive at the moment so I've been using the Glossier Milky Jelly Cleanser because it's gentle, quick to use and leaves my skin feeling clean but not stripped. I also really like the subtle rose scent. For makeup removal, I've been loving the Simple Micellar Water because it's just so quick and easy. 

To keep the irritation down I've been skipping acids and going straight in with my hydrating toners and mists. Congestion and blemishes have been a big problem for me over the past few weeks but the Hylamide Pore Flush* has really helped keep them to a minimum. I spritz it onto a cotton pad and sweep it over my skin after cleansing. It's great for keeping shine down too!

Whenever I'm having issues with my skin I like to keep my routine really simple and use treatments 2-3 times a week. The Peter Thomas Roth Pumpkin Enzyme Mask has been my go-to for exfoliating and getting rid of dead skin and I've also started using The Ordinary Advanced Retinoid 2% again as I feel like my skin always looks better when I use it. 

As I mentioned before, I've been seriously lacking in the hydration department and my skin is definitely paying for it. I've only been using the Indeed Laboratories Hydration Booster* for a couple of weeks but I've already noticed a difference. It has a gorgeous milky texture that absorbs really well and my skin feels a lot smoother and more hydrated afterwards. To moisturise I've been using the Glossier Priming Moisturiser in the day which is really light but super hydrating and The Ordinary 100% Organic Cold Pressed Rosehip Seed Oil at night to nourish and protect. 

What are your top Autumn skincare picks?