The 12 Moisturisers SL Readers Swear By |
We asked, you answered and here are 12 of the best moisturisers SL readers rate, starting from just £6.99…
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Aveeno Positively Radiant Intensive Night Cream, £26.31

Packed with vitamin B3 and total soy complex, Aveeno’s cult moisturiser works to lock in moisture, plump skin, and ward off the appearance of fine lines.

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Avène Hydrance Light Hydrating Emulsion, £14.50

Those who suffer from breakouts and sensitive skin might find moisturisers too harsh, but this calms and combats these problems. Enter Avène’s lightweight moisturiser, which is loved for these exact reasons – and the silky soft feeling is second to none, too. 

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Beauty Pie Super Healthy Skin Ultimate Anti-Ageing Cream, £100 (£11.28 for members)

Active ingredients and hyaluronic acid make this is a great option for anyone needing intense hydration. It has a satisfyingly thick texture, too.

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CeraVe Moisturising Cream, £14.49

Oil-free, this moisturiser is ideal for anyone prone to breakouts or daily shine, it sits well underneath make-up too with no piling. Plus, the ceramide-rich formula helps skin to hold on to moisture giving complexion that’s smooth and supple.

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Clinique Moisture Surge 72-Hour Auto-Replenishing Hydrator, £36

Between the chic packaging, caffeine-rich formula and lightweight texture, it’s easy to see why this has such a following and continues to be one of Clinique’s best-selling buys.

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Elemis Pro-Collagen Marine Cream, £85

Addressing fine lines and dullness, thanks to potent antioxidants, Elemis’ luxe cream is the ultimate antidote to long nights, pollution and stressed-out skin.

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Embryolisse Laboratories Lait-Crème Concentre, £13

Classics are classics for good reason and this French skincare is no exception. It has long ticked all the boxes when it comes to multi-purpose creams. Its velvety finish is brilliant mixed with foundation for a sheer finish, but it makes light work of dry elbows and shins too for an instant quick-fix.

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Kiehl’s Ultra Facial Cream, £24.50

A firm favourite worldwide, this continues to be Kiehl’s best-selling cream. With olive-derived squalane and conditioning avocado oil, it works overtime to nourish dry skin and prevent water loss for maximum hydration.

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La Roche Posay Nutritic Intense Rich Cream, £12.40

The go-to brand for many dermatologist’s, La Roche’s Intense Cream offers rich hydration, brightens over time, and helps rebalance the skin’s barrier, restoring the appearance of healthy, renewed complexion.

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Liz Earle Skin Repair Moisturiser Dry/Sensitive, £22

This luxe cream has a whipped cream-like texture and a primer finish that boosts radiance as well as blurring pores for a refined finish, with vitamin E and avocado oil. 

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Nivea Q10 Anti-Wrinkle Day Cream, £7.99 (was £9.97)

Absorbs in seconds, quenches around the clock and uses creatine to smooth fine lines and dark circles. This is high-street skincare at its very best.

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Olay Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Cream, £24.90

With a melted balm-like texture and a cocktail of skin-plumping peptides, Olay’s beloved cream helps restore the appearance of elasticity, smooth uneven skin, firm and soothe any inflamed areas, all without costing the earth, too.

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