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Overnight facial balm

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mumprocrastinating Tue 14-Apr-20 02:42:05

La Roche Posay Cicaplast Baume B5. I'm also masked all day: I put it on before work, after work, and bedtime.

FleurNancy Tue 14-Apr-20 00:22:24

I have the Neals Yard rose balm. It works great overnight but it is very strongly scented which could be off putting.

MissFritton65 Sun 12-Apr-20 20:18:43

Aldi overnight repair oil is fantastic; really recommend it.

Trigger2 Sun 12-Apr-20 18:02:26

Avene ciclafate works well I’ve found

princessTiasmum Sun 12-Apr-20 15:13:39

I just use Nivea in the blue box, works well

Custardcreamies101 Sun 12-Apr-20 01:30:25

Shea butter

frugalkitty Sat 11-Apr-20 16:39:55

I like the Liz Earle cica paste, it's gentle but soothing and hasn't made my skin breakout.
Thank you for hard work, it is very much appreciated flowers

MakeMineALarge1 Sat 11-Apr-20 16:25:45

Thank you, I will have a look at these x

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fuckinghellthisshit Sat 11-Apr-20 16:15:25

The Ren evercalm one is lovely

FusionChefGeoff Sat 11-Apr-20 16:11:38

Neals yard do a lovely super moisturising wild rose balm that can be used as a cleanser too

Costacoffeeplease Sat 11-Apr-20 16:10:36

Elemis cleansing balm can be used as an overnight balm, it’s very gentle and soothing

HighNetGirth Sat 11-Apr-20 15:52:23

I don’t think Eight Hour Cream is soothing enough. I would try a cream from e.g. Avene or Aderma which are very good for sensitive skin.

If you were thinking of blowing the budget then Estée Lauder serums are fantastic.

And thanks for all you are doing at work btw. (Elbow bump).

MakeMineALarge1 Sat 11-Apr-20 15:25:34

I am nurse in ICU so wearing a full mask and goggles during the day, my face is dry and sore, I feel like I want to put something on overnight to treat and hydrate my skin.

I have been using a thin layer of EA 8hour cream, just wondered if anyone had any other solutions.

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