Best moisturiser with spf

(11 Posts)
supposeitmightbe Sun 10-Apr-16 22:48:05

I'm a Liz Earle user and love it but there is no spf in their moisturiser. I really need to use a moisturiser which has sun protection in as I don't want to just use a foundation with the spf in on top.

Are there any good ones that you'd recommend?

Thanks

Bodicea Mon 11-Apr-16 21:31:13

I like the la Roche posay uv range. Not too expensive. Prefer to spend on my serum and use a relatively in expensive spf moisuriser. Or I use a bb cream with spf.

TresDesolee Mon 11-Apr-16 21:32:47

The Boots Protect and Perfect one is really nice. They do it in factors 15, 30 and 50. It's a bit shiny/dewy but I like that

miniHovis Mon 11-Apr-16 21:36:18

I use La Roche posay factor 50 and my normal day to day moisturiser

MaisieDotes Mon 11-Apr-16 21:36:22

Another vote for la Roche Posay.

I use Hydraphase intense. It's really good. Smells nice, not too expensive.

I used Clarins multi-active Day for years but I actually prefer the LRP so I'm saving a fortune.

travailtotravel Mon 11-Apr-16 21:40:42

La Roche Posay
Avene
Cetaphil do one with 15 SPF, and a cream with a factor 50 - which i just used while I was away with good success

itsbetterthanabox Mon 11-Apr-16 23:53:49

The boots simply sensitive day moisturiser spf 15 is really nice. I was surprised. It's such a good base for makeup. Moisturises without any oiliness and doesn't irritate. Really cheap too!

Bodicea Tue 12-Apr-16 09:04:26

Forgot to say the one I use is hydraphase UV intense rich - spf20

specialsubject Tue 12-Apr-16 13:55:01

time for this link again:

www.bad.org.uk/for-the-public/skin-cancer/sunscreen-fact-sheet#spf-in-moisturisers

if your only outdoors time is lurching on high heels between office and cocktail bar, they are fine. If you actually spend time outdoors, farty 'spf' moisturisers aren't much use and you need real sunscreen.

MsBojangles Tue 12-Apr-16 14:39:44

I'm using a really pleasant one at the moment by Avon

supposeitmightbe Tue 12-Apr-16 20:43:14

Thanks all.

Liz Earle don't add spf to their moisturiser for the reasons in your link specialsubject but I'm mainly talking about days when I'm not outside a lot.

La Roche is on offer in boots too right now.

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