If this were hydrating enough for my skin it would probably be 'the one'. Sadly it hasn't been enough to keep dryness at bay throughout the winter months, but I'm going to keep hold of it and give it another try during the summer. It sinks in to my skin and doesn't leave any oily residue making it a perfect daytime moisturiser for underneath make up. It contains British honey for hydration, raspberry seed oil rich in hydration boosting essential fatty acids, and hyaluronic acid to help with moisture retention. Perhaps if I find a good serum to use underneath it may work for me a little better.
Conscious Skincare Gentle Night Moisturiser | £24.99
This is a beautifully rich night time moisturiser. A little goes such a long way that I imagine this 60ml jar will last for a very long time. Unfortunately I have the opposite problem with this to the one I have with the Bee Good, it's just a little too heavy and my skin gets a little congested. Packed full of lovely ingredients; comfrey oil to keep skin supple, evening primrose oil, frankincense to help reduce fine lines and active vitamin B3 to help support cell renewal, I had hoped this would solve my skin problems. I might try their day time moisturiser next and keep my fingers crossed that it will be 'the one'.
Dr Jackson's Natural 03 Face Oil | £30
This is a nourishing elixir comprised entirely of natural ingredients to replenish important nutrients and give the skin a youthful radiance. A blend of oleic acid, linoleic acid, baobab oil helps to improve skin tone. Rich marula oil provides hydration and calendula helps to reduce redness. A couple of drops goes such a long way and it feels very luxurious. Similarly to the Conscious Skincare moisturiser though if I use it often my skin begins to get a little congested, which is a shame because I would dearly love to incorporate it into my daily routine.
Animal Aid Unscented Vitamin E Cream | £5.25
This vitamin E cream is enriched with jojoba and peach kernel oils to boost hydration and protect the skin from environmental factors. This is the moisturiser I'm currently using and it's a bit of a strange one because I was expecting it to be like other vitamin E creams I've used before, a little greasy. But it's not at all. It takes a little bit of working into the skin but once it has been absorbed it leaves my skin feeling quite matte but still moisturised. It's one I'm certainly going to keep trying for a little while longer, but so far I quite like it.
What is your current favourite moisturiser?
If you have any recommendations I'd love to hear them!