I've been using The Face Shop's Rice + Ceramide moisturizers for about a year now; the Moisture Emulsion in daytime and the Moisture Cream at night. They're Korean products, and unless you have a Face Shop in your city (there's a few in Toronto), it's best to find them on eBay.
I've just gotten on The Body Shop's Vitamin E line. I haven't started using them yet, but I've heard such good things about them that I'm eager to start!
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I have really dry skin so i use cetaphil in the jar. On my face i layer moisturisers. For day, cetaphil followed by Neutrogena age reverse. For night, cetaphil followed by Aveeno Wrinkle Treatment or L'Oreal Youth Serum. Once a week i use either vit e or parafin oil as a mask.
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I've been using C.O. Bigelow SPF 25 day moisturizer and a Nutrisse gel at night on my face. I've been using Vaseline aloe and spf on my body. I am thinking of switching to straight up spf on my face in the am and a night time moisturizer from Yves Rocher for night. I love a coconut smelling lotion so I may treat myself to a thick cream with a great smell when I run out of my current body lotion. My face breaks out soooo easily, I have a tough time with facial moisturizers.
Is the Walmart brand Equate? I may try that. Does it smell nice? I know that it is best to use unscented products, but I love a nice smell when I put on my lotion. It perks me up.
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The Walmart brand (cant think of the name...) of the Goldbond ultimate healing. It is VERY thick and rich but not greasy at all. And only $4 a bottle! LOVE it! I use that on my face. Then, i get a 2nd bottle of that, and when about 1/4 of it is gone, i mix in baby oil and shake REALLY well. I use this for the rest of my body. LOVE the way it makes my skin feel. it isnt greasy at all.
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Honesty, vitamin E oil, usually, but since its been SO dry here this year, I've added on organic moisterizer that I get here locally, from a sweet lady who has a shop in her house. It's got shea butter & vitamin e.
I am in the process of switching. I used Oil of Olay until my skin changed last January and something in the lotion stung my skin badly. Then I used some left over day cream from L'Oreal that my mom left behind in my cabinet. Once I finished that up, I used a grocery store organic sort of thing that was okay, but felt like it had alcohol in it. I just finished that up. I would like to use a cream by Clarins because I use their cleanser and toner and they are awesome, but the creams range from 60-130 dollars, so I have to wait til payday (I also have a 20% off coupon). In the meantime, I tried this Argan cream I picked up on a trip to Morocco, but I think I didn't use it quickly enough and it's making my skin break out. SO, today I am headed to pick up some of the L'Oreal day cream I was using and when I buy the Clarins stuff, I will keep the L'Oreal for travel. Whew! Bet you didn't think it was that complicated a question! :)
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