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Great moisturiser on a budget?

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Turry Wed 02-Apr-14 10:32:22

Just ran out of Clarins Multi-Active and, with one tuning and another this month, would really prefer not to have to she'll out for a new pot.

Any tips on cheapie alternatives much appreciated - off to Boots this arvo! TIA

RonaldMcDonald Wed 02-Apr-14 10:42:43


worldgonecrazy Wed 02-Apr-14 10:48:57

Aldi Lacura brand.

hazelbrowneyes Wed 02-Apr-14 10:49:47

I also like Olay.

I do like Aldi's Lacura range as well, I have to say.

ChablisLover Wed 02-Apr-14 11:08:30

I've started using the olay 7 effects one and it seems good

Also big standard pink Olay is fab

Or blue Nivea if skin is really dry

SignoraStronza Wed 02-Apr-14 11:11:07

Aldi Lacura. The anti wrinkle serum (comes in a 'syringe' container) with synthetic snake venom stuff is absolutely brilliant on forehead grooves too. Works just like a gentle botoxing!

DrinkFeckArseGirls Wed 02-Apr-14 11:12:17

lid'l cien; they have 3 or 4 different versions to choose. a bit similar to nivea I guess.

oh and N spa from Adsa.

Tidypidy Wed 02-Apr-14 11:12:17

I like the johnsons moisturisers. The one in the pink box is my favourite. They're often on offer too but not expensive anyway.

auldspinster Wed 02-Apr-14 12:07:42

I like Oilatum facial moisturiser. If you live in a big city you could do the rounds of the Clarins counters and tell them you're thinking about changing moisturiser - they usually bombard you with samples.

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Wed 02-Apr-14 12:59:51

Aldi restorative day and night cream is much better than Clarins, in a glass jar too!

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