which moisturiser do you use?

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Bull Dog or Nivea depending on my mood.
What's the bulldog one like?

I actually got.some bulldog beard oil on Amazon recently, really nice actually for a couple of quid can't fault it

Ive got the nivea blue tub which is on the thicker side but a good lotion no less
 
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Does it help?

I've got acne but I've been seeing that witch hazel is meant to be really good according to some YouTubers I've seen
They are an improvement on aqueous cream. There are around 20 brands of emolient cream aimed at eczema sufferers. My condition requires that I have prescription steroid cream, so that does most of the work. I get through my containers quite quickly, it's not like having a tube of Norwegian Formula in your hand bag.

I have bought a tub of Cerave, but haven't really used it.

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They are an improvement on aqueous cream. There are around 20 brands of emolient cream aimed at eczema sufferers. My condition requires that I have prescription steroid cream, so that does most of the work. I get through my containers quite quickly, it's not like having a tube of Norwegian Formula in your hand bag.

I have bought a tub of Cerave, but haven't really used it.

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Im pretty sure I've used that aproderm, think it's the oat based lotion and it's a bit of a thin lotion if I remember correctly
 
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I use the original standard one, which is very effective and cheap. I have noticed that that now have some with additive, which are also meant to be equally good. A little goes a long way.
One can spend an awful lot on moisturisers etc. but I believe that those in the know (I don't include myself in this group) swear by using the simple original creams, such as E45 and Vaseline. Some other creams that have also been mentioned are Diprobase and another by this manufacturer is called Double Base, which I believe is a slightly lighter preparation than Diprobase. Most of these creams are widely used within Dermatology circles.
 
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They are an improvement on aqueous cream. There are around 20 brands of emolient cream aimed at eczema sufferers. My condition requires that I have prescription steroid cream, so that does most of the work. I get through my containers quite quickly, it's not like having a tube of Norwegian Formula in your hand bag.

I have bought a tub of Cerave, but haven't really used it.

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wheres the cheapest place in the uk to get cerave from do you know?

i looked in store in boots and was way over a tenner
 
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