which moisturiser do you use?

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Hi its Lacura, in a white jar. I do use the night one as well in a blue jar. The thing is sometimes aldi doesnt have it in. Only a couple of quid so I usually buy 3 or 4 at a time....

It is as good as the Lidl cream, I had the version in the blue plastic tubs, I think it was the cheapest at about £1.50 for 50ml and I would recommend it. If I have a shave and don't put the cream on I feel my skin tightening, and not in a good way.

The missus pays £70 for Clarins night cream and has tried the Lidl and Aldi night creams, she says that any difference is not worth £68.

She still buys Clarins though.

Eta there are reports elsewhere on the internet that it may have been discontinued.
 
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Hello markamonaghan
Please can you confirm the exact cream, I picked up some night cream, because the day cream had SF20; I may have got the wrong one?
Kind regards, whitesix
PS: I've always used: Vaseline, E45 and/or Diprobase, but I am very interested in your suggestion.
Diprobase emolient cream has sadly been reformulated. I now use Zerobase, initially I was reluctant as it felt a lot more watery but now I am a fan.
 
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I dont know what diprobase or zerobase are (outside of the emollient description). I had clarins and clinique before and lacura is much better imo.
They are barrier emolient creams for eczema sufferers, very different from night cream moisturisers for pretty ladies.
 
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What are your expectations?
just find that it doesnt hydrate my skin, like ill put it on but doesnt feel like ive had it on for long then i'll need to reapply

bit weird as the lidl day and night creams i got has similar ingredients but never get that feeling with that

been using this as of late, brilliant stuff and i really like it,
got them cheap but holland and barrett sell it too, you have any experience with this brand?

 
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Hi its Lacura, in a white jar. I do use the night one as well in a blue jar. The thing is sometimes aldi doesnt have it in. Only a couple of quid so I usually buy 3 or 4 at a time....
yea same with lidl never know what to expect when it comes to stock

another good one is the superdrug one, forgot the name but its a knock off of the more expensive ones,
got a tub before very good stuff and i just dont know wher eive misplaced it lol!
 
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just find that it doesnt hydrate my skin, like ill put it on but doesnt feel like ive had it on for long then i'll need to reapply

bit weird as the lidl day and night creams i got has similar ingredients but never get that feeling with that

been using this as of late, brilliant stuff and i really like it,
got them cheap but holland and barrett sell it too, you have any experience with this brand?

Regular usage may enhance your natural beauty.

If you have a beard, where do you apply it?
 
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Regular usage may enhance your natural beauty.

If you have a beard, where do you apply it

Anywhere that your beard isn't.

(Sorry to Mr King my English Grammar teacher)

In terms of the benefits of moisturiser, a friend of mine is seven years younger than I am, never used moisturiser and calls it sissy stuff, people generally think he is ten years older than I am, his face has more lines than a coke dealers jamboree.
 
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