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Best moisturiser brand in M & S?

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Jungfraujoch Mon 28-Dec-15 16:49:34

I have vouchers to spend! Notice they have some more high end ranges but what do I go for?

Anyone use them?

hollinhurst84 Mon 28-Dec-15 16:53:08

REN is lovely. I like the omega 3 serum and their hot cloth cleanser too

TPel Mon 28-Dec-15 16:53:55

I use Ren too. I love it.

Jungfraujoch Mon 28-Dec-15 16:56:10

Ooh thank you ladies, I'll check out Ren!

70isaLimitNotaTarget Mon 28-Dec-15 18:59:07

I also have a gift voucher for M&S. I'm thinking Neales Yard. (I'm off to try the rose one tomorrow )

Arcadia Mon 28-Dec-15 22:19:08

I've bought their own brand one in white pot it's a nice basic one
www.marksandspencer.com/pure-daily-skincare-moisture-plus-day-cream-50ml/p/p22156492
They have some other nice natural brands

PitPatKitKat Tue 29-Dec-15 10:15:16

REN or Emma Hardie age support

CointreauVersial Tue 29-Dec-15 17:04:08

I'm currently using the Super Grape Moisturiser from Pure - same brand linked by Arcadia - and it's lovely. A bit less pricey than Ren, Filorga etc.

gonegrey56 Tue 29-Dec-15 17:34:44

I adore the Ren Rose Moisture Defence Oil. Gorgeous facial oil !

70isaLimitNotaTarget Wed 30-Dec-15 20:26:19

I bought my Neals Yard Rose (in a pump bottle) it;s a light lotion which is better for me for daytime, I can use creams and serums at night.

It was £25 for 100ml so not a cheapie one but I'm impressed so far smile

hefzi Thu 31-Dec-15 00:11:19

Filorga Sleep and Peel is great for night cream if you're 35+ I also like Bliss (though not any of their current moisturiser range particularly) - their Oxygen Facial mask thingie is great to perk you up before the day or a night out, and the Steep Clean is fantastic. REN's glycolactic (or however you spell it!) mask is absolutely fab - and for their anniversary, M and S have a special sized one that's 75ml for the same price as 50ml (I think - but might be 50 for the price of 35 grin - just look for the special box!)

Jungfraujoch Thu 31-Dec-15 15:54:30

Thanks for all the recommendations! I need an anti-ageing so will check all the suggestions out.

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