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Cracker09jacker Fri 01-Dec-17 22:17:55

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Welshcake77 Sat 02-Dec-17 05:50:55

Sorry you’ve been so ill, hope you’re getting better now.
The Superdrug vitamin E and naturallly radiant ranges are really good products and great value for money, often on 2 for 3 offers. I really like the vit e hot cloth cleanser, vit e skin oil and eye cream.
Sounds like you need a lot of hydration so would definitely try an oil at night and maybe a serum and moisturiser in the morning. And maybe something with vitamin c to brighten your complexion. I like the Superfacialist Vitamin C brighten glow boost skin serum. Think it’s about 15 pounds though so not cheap. It’s sometimes on offer in Boots so maybe keep an eye out for discounts.
Hope that helps a bit!

echt Sat 02-Dec-17 07:50:06

If you're up to it, go for a walk every day. It will do more for you than any cream. Do five minutes, then ten, and so on.

Nivea soft is good moisturiser.

All the best, and hope you feel better soon.

violetgrey Sat 02-Dec-17 17:54:28

I would approach your skin gently,clean and moisturise regularly and add more products if needed at later stage.

For cleansing try La Roche Possay Toleriane cleanser and Bioderma Miscellar Water.

I currently use Bioderma serum and then a light moisturiser on the top and I really like them. They are not heavy and moisturise well. does a 30% off French pharmacy skincare every few months, so you could wait for the next event and order from them or you could try to see if your local pharmacy or Boots are doing any offers on French skincare.

You could use the serum and then tinted moisturiser or BB cream to even out your skin tone and dabb some concealer for under eye circles. Add some tinted lip balm to brighten up your face. I like Burt's Bees tinted balms. They look natural and moisturise well.

I use Laura Mercier tinted moisturiser, however that's a pricey option. Maybe you could check out No7 at Boots to see if you can find one that suits your skin or try out BB creams available on High Street to see if there are any that you like.
Maybellline Fit Me concealer is quite good for under eye circles, I just use my fingers to dabb it on my under eye circles.

If you have time and energy, moisturising mask a couple of weeks would help with adding some extra moisture to your skin.

If the above options are too pricey at the moment, Superdrug as suggested by Welshcake has some great products in their own brand.

Cracker09jacker Sat 02-Dec-17 21:39:50

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Falconhoof1 Sat 02-Dec-17 21:54:50

I've just started using Astral. So cheap and feels really moisturising.

violetgrey Sun 03-Dec-17 20:23:04

Hi OP, if you are interested I would be happy to decant some of the products I recommended and send them your way to try before you buy anything. PM me if of interest.

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