Wearing: Oversized moto jacket- Oak + Fort | bodysuit- Forever 21 | distressed jeans c/o Topshop | 'Jensen' boots- Acne c/o Shopbop | sunnies- Celine | bag- 3.1 Phillip Lim | necklace c/o Maria Black
Skincare has been a priority of mine since the tender age of 12 (no joke!), but when life gets busy, sometimes I can't help but let things slide, no matter how hard I try to stay on top of my regimen. So when Simple Skincare reached out to "Test the Water" by challenging me to switch up my routine and ensure my skin needs are met— even on the go— I was all about that life. Firstly because I love the brand and how gentle their products are on the skin (my face gets ridiculously sensitive during the winter months), and secondly because I worship at the alter of micellar waters when it comes to makeup removal. So when I found out that Simple Skincare now offers their cult-favourite cleansing water in convenient wipe-form, I knew that they would make life infinitely easier— and I was right (don't you just love when that happens?!). 
For me, a typical day starts with sipping coffee while going through emails, then it's usually off to meet up with Anton to snap photos and go over any upcoming projects we may be working on. Now since I'm one of those (ahem, *annoying*) people who compulsively touches their face and hair all day long, coupled with the general pollution that goes hand-in-hand with city life, I need to be pretty diligent about cleansing my face at the end of the day... otherwise, it's breakout city, population this girl. Having a package of Simple Skincare Micellar Makeup Removing Wipes with me wherever I go helps ensure I get the grime off while leaving my skin feeling hydrated and refreshed, which I think we can all agree is no small feat.
 { These bad boys are alcohol and oil-free, so they never leave my skin feeling dry or greasy, and they're also hypoallergenic, non-comedogenic and easy on the eyes— hands up to all my fellow contact-wearing ladies out there! }
This post was sponsored by Simple Skincare; all opinions shared here are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that support this blog.  


Photos by Anton Atienza