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Moisturiser with SPF for dry skin (that doesn't cost a million pounds)

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KipT77 Fri 28-Mar-14 14:01:45

Does anyone have a recommendation? I have been delighted with Aldi's skincare range after I switched when my mat. leave started in September from Dr Nick Lowe stuff. The Aldi moisturiser doesn't have SPF and I do need to protect my face as I'm out and about quite a lot eating cake and having coffee

My skin is on the dry side of normal and I would love to know if you can recommend anything...

merlotmonster29 Fri 28-Mar-14 14:12:53

Yep, I use olay regenerist serum and moisturiser. It has SPF 30 and the cream is quite rich, but I wouldn't say greasy. I've been using it for a couple of years and I'm very happy with it. It's not cheap, but it's not mega expensive either. Tesco and Boots do 1/3 deals regularly, which means you can buy the serum and moisturiser for £40 as apposed to £60.

Vinomonster Fri 28-Mar-14 14:49:59

The Aldi one I use has SPF. It's called Lacura face cream and is under a fiver, I'm very pleased with it.

jaffacakesallround Fri 28-Mar-14 15:01:28

I prefer to use a separate sun block then it means you can use any moisturiser you like. I've swapped from Clinique to Olay 3 point Regenerist and can buy on Amazon for half price - around £15. I also use Clinique City Block SPF 40 every day- John Lewis has 20% off at the moment and a tube lasts me around 6 months.

KipT77 Fri 28-Mar-14 18:31:23

Thank you kind people. I will take up some of your suggestions grin

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