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Day moisturiser suggestions!

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sleepwouldbenice Tue 11-Feb-20 23:11:03

Hi all

having discovered that my Avenue day moisturiser (recommended by mumsnet…) is no longer manufactured.... need to replace it quickly . Can anyone please recommend a good replacement. I am in my late 40's, budget about £20 if that helps!

Thanks!

sleepwouldbenice Wed 12-Feb-20 20:52:16

Bump....

emsyj37 Wed 12-Feb-20 21:02:53

Aldi Caviar day cream, in the silver box. I'm not on a budget particularly, I buy it because its lovely.

LilyJade Wed 12-Feb-20 21:09:33

I'm 43 & use Boots No7 Protect & Perfect spf15 day cream

Tomatogravy Wed 12-Feb-20 21:50:46

Drunk elephant poly peptide cream is my latest fave reminds me of the Charlotte tilbury but without been overly rich

Catcrazy008 Wed 12-Feb-20 21:53:19

The ordinary nmf, natural moisturising factor. You can buy from boots

Magpie1976 Wed 12-Feb-20 21:59:12

Mid 40s here and use superdrug hydrating serum

Bezalelle Wed 12-Feb-20 22:06:56

I swear by Lidl's Cien regenerating night cream as a day cream. Only about £1.50 and lovely and rich.

thatsmyumbrellaellla Wed 12-Feb-20 22:14:08

Another one for the Aldi caviar day cream I tried it after seeing it recommended on here and absolutely love it now

theuntameableshrew Wed 12-Feb-20 23:57:18

Odylique rose moisturiser is lovely, as is their avocado one if you want a richer moisturiser

Honeybee85 Wed 12-Feb-20 23:58:47

The Lidl Cien Q10 line is brilliant!

My friend of your age swears by Oil of Olay moisturizers.

Exitstrategist Thu 13-Feb-20 01:57:32

www.johnlewis.com/trilogy-ultra-hydrating-face-cream-75ml/p235187
I really rate this. Brand is from New Zealand and use rosehip oil. Light but moisturising.

frugalkitty Thu 13-Feb-20 08:29:44

OP do you mean 'Avene'? I know my autocorrect changes that to Avenue.....if so which cream can't you get anymore? Please don't say Skin Recovery Cream!

grannycake Thu 13-Feb-20 08:51:50

I have used Nivea So Soft for three years and my skin is great - only about a £1 in places like home bargains. I do use a sunscreen as well in the spring/summer

sleepwouldbenice Fri 14-Feb-20 21:11:46

Thank you for your suggestions will take a good look tomorrow!

TokyoSushi Fri 14-Feb-20 21:25:12

I use Nivea Q10, the white tub with orange writing, it goes on really well and smells divine, much nicer than some of the more expensive ones I've used!

Ponks Fri 14-Feb-20 22:01:40

Boots No7 Protect and Perfect for me - love the feel of it. Superdrug do some great moisturiser though if you want much cheaper.

NowWhatUsernameShallIHave Fri 14-Feb-20 22:08:34

Eucerin hydro something or another SPF 25

I think I’m on my 12th pot now

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