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If my skin is combination but dehydrated....

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SpongeBobJudgeyPants Fri 14-Apr-17 22:02:36

What would be a good night cream for me? Have tried Creme de la mere, which seemed a bit rich for it, Elemis marine cream doesn't seem to do much... I would prefer something mid-range, unless MNers know about something so wonderful I should be more spendy....TIA

Gah81 Fri 14-Apr-17 22:20:50

Do you use a serum? Perhaps one containing hyaluronic acid (to specifically combat dehydration) like Estee Lauder Night Repair? I have skin like yours and I use this and then Clarins Lotus oil on top before going to bed: skin is best it has ever been.

SpongeBobJudgeyPants Fri 14-Apr-17 22:22:46

I have been a bit lazy on the serum front, but that's useful, thanks Gah.

Semaphorically Fri 14-Apr-17 22:23:46

I've been using The Ordinary squalane for my dehydrated / dry skin. Amazing stuff.

Thecontentedcat Fri 14-Apr-17 22:25:28

La Roche posay hydraphase, wonderful stuff.

Sciurus83 Fri 14-Apr-17 23:43:53

Hyaluronic acid is amazing for dehydration

Shop Sat 15-Apr-17 08:33:32

Factheory relaxing night cream is brilliant, really moisturising but not heavy £11 www.facetheory.com/products/relaxing-night-cream-m10

BounceBounceSplishSplash Sat 15-Apr-17 09:39:39

Clarins Hydraquench is good imo

SpongeBobJudgeyPants Sat 15-Apr-17 18:02:53

Thanks people smile

Dontsayyouloveme Wed 19-Apr-17 23:28:18

Oooo today I've ordered the Facetheory night cream and The Ordinary squalene! Cannot wait to try them both grin

Shop Sat 22-Apr-17 15:13:13

I love the night cream Dont my absolute favourite. I've not tried the squalene yet but would be interested to hear what you think 😊

winchesterfan Sat 22-Apr-17 15:19:37

I've started using the Nip & Fab dragons blood range recently and it's made a big difference to the dryness of my skin.
Ive been using the cleansing pad, serum, a shot of the oil then my regular moisturiser twice a day and my dry patches have almost gone!

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