Best moisturisers for under £15

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Depending on your skin type and genetics, your skin may react individually to different skin products. Nevertheless, it is essential to moisturise your skin to keep it well-balanced, healthy and prevent damaging and ageing. To help you find your desired product Radar have come up with our top 5 skin moisturisers for under £15.

 

NIVEA REFRESHINGLY SOFT MOISTURISING CREAM – £2

It works well for sensitive skin and keeps it perfectly moisturised and healthy. It can be applied either in the morning or before bedtime, or during the day if preferred. Cheap and does wonders!

 

CERAVE MOISTURISING CREAM - £3.60

This cream is for those with dry and very dry skin. The rich formula, with 3 essential ceramides and hyaluronic acid, moisturises and helps restore the protective skin barrier. It can be applied on the face or body.

 

THE ORDINARY HYALURONIC ACID 2% + B5 - £5.90

The hyaluronic acid is used in hydrating serums and creams as it can attract up to 1000 times its weight in water. The hyaluronic acid teamed with vitamin B5, which is also a surface hydrator, is a hydration bomb. Apply only a few drops before your regular moisturiser and it will give your skin a major boost of hydration.

 

AVENE SOOTHING MOISTURE MASK - £9

If you’re prone to redness, sensitivity, and dry skin, this is a must-have. It helps to restore the skin’s barrier and protects your skin from bacteria. Additionally, it has a soothing effect that neutralises any angry red flare-ups or irritations. Sounds familiar? 

 

THE BODY SHOP CAMOMILE CLEANSING OIL - £13.99

A bit more expensive, but still on the list. This cleanser removes every last speck of makeup, nourishes your sensitive skin, and it’s cruelty-free! The lightweight silky oil dissolves and then emulsifies to a milk when you add water, meaning it's quick and easy to use. Add it to your evening routine as an extra cleanser and see what’s going to happen.

 

Disclaimer: All tested on and worked well for normal/combination skin, which gets quite dry especially in the winter season.

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