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Best moisturiser for day with SPF: max budget £20 or so

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MrsD28 Fri 03-Nov-17 12:57:48

Based on recommendations here I have bought the infamous M&S night cream and I am LOVING it - my skin feels so much softer already. I am now thinking of getting a decent day cream as well, so wondered if you brilliant S&B-ers had any recommendations?

I have been using this Olay one for about twenty years but what worked on my teenage skin is not working as well now that I am in my mid-thirties. I want something that feels light and soft on the skin, ideally with SPF, max budget around £20. I have pretty good skin (no issues with spots or dryness) so don't need any specific formulas.

Any suggestions?

OlennasWimple Fri 03-Nov-17 14:03:57

Try looking at the Nivea day cream range - basic stuff, but they work. Range of SPFs and formulations (my combo skin likes the moisturising fluid, for example). Well in budget

bingohandjob Fri 03-Nov-17 15:09:23

The Superdrug B. range is brilliant (suits my Celtic, pale and very sensitive skin much better than Boots skincare) and I've just started using the Superdrug range Sali Hughes recommended which two weeks on feels wonderful and I normally react badly to lots of SPF moisturisers www.theguardian.com/fashion/2017/oct/14/high-street-moisturiser-day-night-cream-beat-luxury-brands-sali-hughes-superdrug-avon

Fosterdog123 Fri 03-Nov-17 16:36:15

Spf15 is hardly worth bothering with.

www.cetaphil.com/daily-facial-moisturizer-spf-50

passthecremeeggs Fri 03-Nov-17 16:41:03

I like the Olay duo effects (I think it's called) - it's moisturiser and serum and has SPF. Good value and always feels nice. Switched from super expensive Clarins when on a budget and have not noticed even the smallest difference..

TonicAndTonic Fri 03-Nov-17 16:47:11

I like the Olay duo effects (I think it's called) - it's moisturiser and serum and has SPF.

Me too, I think the one I have is spf20

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