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Decent but cheap(ish) moisturiser

(6 Posts)
fadingfast Thu 08-Oct-09 20:35:35

I have been using a Boots No7 wrinkle prevention moisturiser, which I really liked but was shocked to find was around £17 when I last went to buy some (I'm sure it was a lot less than that last time!). I bought a cheapo No7 one instead which is rubbish.

Can anyone recommend a decent all round moisturiser that is a bit cheaper. I don't mind spending around £10. I'm mid-30s with dry skin.

3littlefrogs Thu 08-Oct-09 20:46:01

I got a huge tub of cyclax vitamin E cream from the pound shop - just to try/compare. It is lovely! I am in my 50's and just slap it on whenever I am passing IYSWIM grin. They also do lovely foot scrubs and facial scrubs.

Much of the cost of these very expensive brands is the packaging and the advertising.

Aldi do a very good moisturiser I am told.

Montifer Thu 08-Oct-09 20:47:56

I like the Aldi one.
It's the one in the round glass jar with blue lid. (Think it might be Q10 or something very like it)

duckyfuzz Thu 08-Oct-09 20:49:07

I've been using this nivea Q10 one recently which is quite nice, SPF 15 too I think

deaddei Thu 08-Oct-09 21:58:40

the red garnier one is great- about 38 in boots.

blinks Thu 08-Oct-09 22:03:19

tesco's own range is worth a mention, i use their daytime cream with sunscreen and night cream daily.

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