Wednesday, 25 January 2012

nineteen - i need your help ladies!


Hello there. Now, I have what is the bane of every girl's life (well ok, not every girl's!) - dry patches on my skin. Exasterbated in the winter months due to excessive heating and cooling, I'm sick of it! I currently use a bog standard Johnson's moisturiser, which is good for nightly use but just doesn't cut it for longevity. As you know I'm a jobless student, so with my very small bank balance I was wondering if anyone knows of any decent daily moisturisers? I dislike ones that leave my skin shiny, and I hope the moisturiser will sink in quickly but still leave my skin feeling supple.

Any suggestions are welcome, I'd be extremely grateful!

xxx

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7 comments:

Jess said...

Aww thanks for the link sweets :) I use an astral mousturiser, its pretty thick so is good for night time. It doesnt take too long to sink in either. I know some people swear by "celestial" from Lush :) xxx

Gabby said...

Oh I hadn't considered Lush actually! Might take a look in the shop soon, any excuse to go in :) xxx

Erin said...

I use a Clinique moisturiser in the mornings but my doctor recommended the Boots Aqua range as I suffer from eczema patches in Winter. I now use thier night cream (which is really thick) & eye cream in the evenings. I've found that they don't stock the Aqua range at smaller Boots stores but you can get it on the website I think. It's actually reasonably priced too and I've found the night cream has helped a lot! x

Gabby said...

I looked at Clinique but it's just a little too expensive for me! I'll take a look at the aqua range, thanks love :) x

The Fashion Moodboard said...

Sorry hun, can't help you with this one. I have a clinique moisturizer myself because I'm allergic to ever other brand. But that's a bit expensive maybe.

xoxo
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Gabby said...

Wish I could afford Clinique, I know I can trust that brand to be good to my skin! xxx

Anonymous said...

Exasterbated? Now, I've heard of the word masterbated, but not exasterbated. I think the term you're after is exacerbated... WHAT DID YOU THINK YOU WERE DOING