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Dermalogica- anything cheaper but just as good?

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Giraffe5 Wed 29-Jul-15 18:04:13

I have used dermalogica for years. I'm 36 so don't want to swap to something that isn't effective but I'm also wondering if there is something as good but cheaper!

I use their
Cleanser £30 for 250ml
Toner £25 for 250ml
Moisturiser for day with spf 50 £60 for 50 ml
Skin smoothing cream for evening £50 for 100ml
Eye cream
Exfoliating cream

Any i could swap for cheaper alternatives?

Indecisivejo Wed 29-Jul-15 21:20:53

Order from

SpongeBobJudgeyPants Wed 29-Jul-15 21:22:24

Or Pure Beauty. Most stuff is great, but I never found the eye cream made a jot of difference.

HarlettOScara Wed 29-Jul-15 21:29:02

I used to use Dermalogica for about 10 years. When maternity leave necessitated some economising, I tried lots of different products and have ended up with a combination that suits my skin as well as Dermalogica did.

I swapped Ultracalming Cleanser for Micelar water (La Roche Posay is good but I'm having jut as good results with Garnier).

Swapped Intensive Moisture Balance for Simple Kind to Skin Replenishing moisturiser. At £4 for 150mls, it's about one tenth of the price of Dermalogica and achieves the same effect.

I'm still experimenting with toners and haven't settled in one and I'm not giving up my Dermalogica daily microfoliant as I can't find anything comparable on the market.

Indecisivejo Fri 31-Jul-15 16:22:45

I tried both of those alternatives you mentioned but unfortunately for me they did not agree with me! sad

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