Winter moisturisers. My top 3 & why…

With the colder months, it’s time to look after your skin. There are several products to use in order to keep your skin hydrated in the cold weather. Serums. Lip balms. Under eye creams. Face masks. Face mists. But, I feel like the best product for looking after your skin in the winter weather is a good moisturiser. These are my top three…

  1. My favourite winter moisturiser is the Simple Vital Vitamin Night Cream. Simple is a very good brand, I feel like they make very good products which are kind to your skin. The reason this is my top moisturiser is because of it being a night cream it is super thick and moisturising. I use this morning and night when not wearing make up.
  2. Next up, is my overall favourite moisturiser from all year round, it’s just not as thick as the Simple Vital Vitamin Night Cream. The Neutrogena Refreshingly Clear Moisturiser is perfect for moisturising but also for clearing the skin. For someone who suffers with regular blemishes, this product for keeping my skin clear.
  3. Last up, the CeraVe Moisturising Lotion. CeraVe is a great brand with great products. They are known for there moisturisers and lotions. Their products are perfect for keeping the skin hydrated.

Make sure to keep your skin hydrated always but especially in the colder months. Keep up your skincare and look after yourself and skin this time of year. These products range from £5 to £16. It doesn’t have to be expensive to look after yourself.

Tomorrow at 7pm you can come back for my mental health tips on what to do on a gloomy day to keep busy.

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Lots of love, this spooky season!!🎃


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