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Very rich, cheap moisturiser - suggestions?

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shovetheholly Thu 11-Feb-16 11:23:20

I love Dr Hauschka Rose Day Cream. But it is £££. Can anyone recommend something like it for cheaps? Or am I just dreaming that such a thing exists?

Apologies if this has been asked a bazillion times sad

Indecisivejo Thu 11-Feb-16 11:25:07

What is cheap to you? Some peoples cheap is under a fiver while others could be up to £20, big difference.

LadyPriggsbottom Thu 11-Feb-16 11:28:48

Nivea Creme is very rich (too rich for me actually and makes me break out - not terribly but it isn't great). My mum always swore by Astral cream and she used it all her life and looked a lot younger than she actually was so think it must have done some good!

shovetheholly Thu 11-Feb-16 11:29:59

Sorry, yes, I should have said - the Hauschka is about £16-20 on Ebay. So under £10?

Birdsgottafly Thu 11-Feb-16 11:50:06

I've been ill and dehydrated and have been using Aldi's Night cream as a day cream, it seems to be working well.

I used to use Elemis Marine Cream, stopped the middle of last year, threw a few cheap products, recommended on here, into my routine and if anything, my skin looks better.

Potterwolfie Thu 11-Feb-16 11:51:52

Going to add another vote for Astral. My mum swore by it and has youthful skin at 70. I used it in my teens and early 20s and I think I have pretty good skin at 40+.

Annarose2014 Thu 11-Feb-16 11:51:57

The Nivea Q10 night cream is lush. I'd definitely use it as a day cream if you don't usually use spf.

Polyannatunnel Thu 11-Feb-16 11:58:32

The new aldi caviar night and day cream. Fabulous smile

slebmum1 Thu 11-Feb-16 12:01:24

I love the old school Nivea creme in the blue pot, smother it on at night. I have quite greasy skin and no breakouts / doesn't make it any more greasy.

Yika Thu 11-Feb-16 12:05:34

Have tried a range of rich creams recently for my dry sensitive skin - price ranging up to about 20-30 pounds. Best I tried has been Nivea soft (white pot). Absolutely fantastic and very cheap.

Thurlow Thu 11-Feb-16 12:10:08

Old school blue Nivea is the richest I've found.

shovetheholly Thu 11-Feb-16 12:20:54

I am confused by all the many Niveas. sad They are on 3 for 2 at Boots, though, so maybe I can try a couple!

The blue one - is this the one that comes in a shoe polish container? Or the one in the tube? Or are those actually the same thing in different packets?

The soft and the Q10 - are these different creams? If so, does anyone know the difference?

The Astral cream: it says 'all over' on the label. Is this a face and body cream?

sheffieldsteeler Thu 11-Feb-16 12:29:36

I love Eucerin for my dry skin. Not that cheap (in the UK) - about £18 -but always in the 3 for 2 in Boots.

toffeeboffin Thu 11-Feb-16 12:56:17

Nivea in the little blue shoe polish pot.

Very rich, makes me look 20! <hopeful >

ExileinGuyville Thu 11-Feb-16 13:01:53

It doesn't quite cost your price point, but if you apply girly Boots maths (3 for 2 calculations!) Superfacialist Rose Hydrate Radiance Day Cream would be just under a tenner and is really good rich stuff with an SPF!

slug Thu 11-Feb-16 13:04:47

Nivea in the blue pot. I've gone from Hashuka Rose cream to this. There's also a lighter version called Nivea Soft in a white tub.

You can get small version of both for a quid each.

HooseRice Thu 11-Feb-16 13:06:52

Another vote for Nivea. Blue tub for night, nivea soft for day. I think actual moisturiser matters less than your cleansing and toning routine.

CadiM Thu 11-Feb-16 13:07:27

I like the classic Nivea (dark blue pot) or Astral at night but Aveeno is much better for me during the day (it absorbs well).

nikole1708 Thu 11-Feb-16 13:07:42

You should try the Simple Kind To Skin Replenishing Rich Moisturiser

Tate15 Thu 11-Feb-16 13:18:38

Weleda skin food
www.amazon.co.uk/Weleda-Skin-Food-75-ml/dp/B000ORV3NC/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1455196663&sr=8-1&keywords=weleda+skin+food

Tate15 Thu 11-Feb-16 13:19:32

Weleda almond
www.amazon.co.uk/Weleda-Almond-Intensive-Facial-Cream/dp/B005LM8C98/ref=pd_sim_194_1?ie=UTF8&dpID=31Y3zIiglTL&dpSrc=sims&preST=_AC_UL160_SR160%2C160_&refRID=0V8VYBFJ5H7KJAAXYD7Q

Tate15 Thu 11-Feb-16 13:20:47

Weleda weather protection
www.amazon.co.uk/Weleda-Weather-Protection-Cream-30ml/dp/B00B7268V0/ref=sr_1_9?ie=UTF8&qid=1455196663&sr=8-9&keywords=weleda+skin+food

Flutterbutterfly Thu 11-Feb-16 15:13:47

Nivea blue bot is very rich, too rich for the day.i use it at night mostly.

I use manuka honey a lot, I use it as a mask in the morning then wash off, my skin is lovely. Its cheap and natural.

nickEcave Thu 11-Feb-16 16:25:17

The Dr Organics range in Holland and Barrett is really nice. I use the Rose Otto night cream. It is usually buy one, get one half price so works out around £7.50 per pot. I don't use the day cream as it doesn't have an spf.

mowglik Thu 11-Feb-16 17:08:37

Aldi night cream (the Q10 one)

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