On the face of it, without googling etc I'd perhaps try Body shop vitamin e cream. Dunno how much it is these days, or if they've meddled to include a k=light,rich,medium,etc. It's direct comparison,I feel would be Hydrafloral,but more watery (good for summer) it's more hydrating than replenishing.I sometimes used to buy the monthly skincare offer (with skin repair) as good value if I liked the “free” gifts - was often sent £5 off it.
Or else I would occasionally buy a TSV if it contained skin repair moisturiser, IBST ans eyebright.
Anyway I’ve literally just finished my last tube of the old style Skin repair moisturiser. I really love it, though couldn’t ever afford at full price.
I use(d) the dry/sensitive version and all the reviews of the new versions are terrible! I would quite like to try for myself but can’t risk wasting the money!
Has anyone tried it and liked it?!
Or can recommend an alternative at all?!
Have tried super skin but bit out of my price range and a wee bit rich...
I’m 42yo and could normal to dry skin, slightly sensitive and on crazy number of medications!
Also Housebound, so spf not requires sadly!!
Thanks so much for any help/advice!
Also have a look at sukin. Great brand & very affordable. I had a rosehip night cream used for day for drier types, massive pot, great value. I urge you to have a noseabout. Also nosy on Marks & spencer & then superdrug.
I have an M & S 'pure' grape/resvaratrol cream,very high end & good. Don't know if it's been disc or not. I find M & S are a v good brand.
Look for something with rosehip in it. What are you using in terms of serum/if any?
Sorry if this is waffly. I recommend from my head & not from google/others opinions, unless they match mine of course. I've used the stuff I reccommend.
Sukin is a good company. Also, you could try th eneals Yard Frankincense. " sorts, the nourishing & hydrating. I liked the nourishing. If it doesn't work out, they have back,but it's best to write . Often discounts for that at Waitrose,Ocado,etc. May be 15% at feel unique atm. Neals Yard also at M & S so good place to read some reviews.
Blimey, hope this helps! More info would help me howevs - skin type,your routine etc. I have hand proba atm so typos are all over. It hurts to correct (rsi or somethig) xxxBlissy