In the end, I went for a different scrub than the sample I had (I bought the Double Radiance Scrub) and the Instant Purifying Mask to use with it.
My skin is gently scrubbed to reveal a brighter complexion without feeling irritated or red.
I follow the scrub with the Instant Purifying Mask, which is aimed at combination/oily skin types. I prefer clay-based masks as I think they make more of a difference to my combination skin. This is meant to leave skin purified, imperfections reduced and a matte finish, which definitely appeals to me.
I’ve had a few blemishes as of late due to lack of sleep so I’ve really needed a bit of help from my skincare routine, and this has really helped my oily t-zone as well as helping to clear blemishes.
Although these two products aren’t from the same range, I chose products which are aimed at what my skin needs – the scrub helps to brighten while the mask deals with excess sebum and imperfections – and I think these are really working for me.
The price is slightly steep, especially as both of these products are only 50ml, but you get what you pay for. My skin has been noticeably clearer and more radiant since I’ve started using these products and I’ll definitely be trying more from Decleor.