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Discussion in 'The Beauty Cupboard' started by lilac0485, Sep 27, 2003.
^Bullied, how? By the SA?
I love Avene moisturisers. They are good for the skin plus they come with SPF.
I use Antirougeurs and Hydrance Optimale Legere.
I also love Nuxe Creme Fraiche Light, great for combinated skin (if you don't mind its strong herbal smell).
I also want to try out Embryolisse, Rose Cream by Dr.Hauschka and Decleor moisturisers, they have good reviews.
I am in love with Nuxe Creme Fraiche as well.
Yes I was shopping in Henri Bendel (sp?) and was being served by this really nice girl at the NARS counter who convinced me to buy a truck load of NARS stuff Not so much bullying as sweet persuasion I guess!
Upping this thread..
I currently use Nivea cream as my moisturiser, but I am growing tired of its heavy consistency, which is more accurate during winter. So I am looking for a fresh and lightweight, gel-like moisturiser with SPF in it, and that ideally serves as a make-up base or primer as well.. I am 20 years old and very pale with freckles, should that matter.
Any suggestions? I'm a bit overwhelmed by the array of choices and opinions.
Dr.Hauschka Rose Cream Light is my new favorite!
For night I use Korres wild rose cream, and during the day I've been using Jack Black double duty moisturizer spf 20, I know it's a men's skin care line but the moisturizer is so light and absorbs so fast without leaving me looking greasy.
Proactiv Green Tea Moisturizer
Sejaa creams by Gisele Bundchen
Decleor Hydra Floral Moisturiser is THE moisturiser for my skin. I use the cream-formula in the autumn and winter, and the emulsion-formula (lighter than the cream) in the spring and summer.
I hate moisturisers that sit on the skin! Someone suggest one that absorbs well but still gives that hydrate NON-GREASY glow. Please.
Shiseido Bio-Performance has been good to me. I like Avene moisturizers as well.
I've been using CeraVe PM for a few months now. No breakouts or irritation.
I just bought aloe vera gel, can I use it as a regular daily moisturizer? Or how should I use it? I've heard a lot of good things about it but I actually don't really know what it is good for . FYI I have combination to oily skin and I am prone to spots.
straight aloe vera as your moisturizer? i thought it was just used for like, sun burns and skin irritations.
Another plus for Korres wild rose cream. I use it as a night time moisturizer, and find it a little too thick for daytime use. For daytime I like Ole Hendriksen's Sheer Transformation. Both a bit costly, but oh so nice!
I like La Roche Posay hydraphase legere. It's not too creamy, so it hydrates my combination skin without making it greasy. It's very light on.
I like Ahava.
When do you think is the best time for using moisturizere? Night or day?