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Suggestions for body moisturizer

gennytigg

Need something scent free, that really soaks in. I use a lot of Laroche-Posay but looking for other suggestions.
Feb 08, 2021 @ 09:43 am

11 Replies

Christine Kempt

St. Ives

Have you tried St. ives products? They are really good and I believe there is a scent free option
Feb 08, 2021 @ 10:38 am
Sherri4g

What's your skin type?

I have dry skin. Right now, it's dryyyyyy. These are my recommendations for dry skin. For availability, value, and just complete effectiveness without bells and whistles I would recommend Cerave's Moisturizing Cream, Aveeno's Creamy Moisturizing Oil (a rich cream, not an oil, it's really nice), or if you want to get into more expensive brands there is First Aid Beauty or Laroche-Posay but try their Cicaplast B5 Baume or Toleriane Sensitive cream.

If you have normal skin those should work too, if you have oily skin, I would suggest to ask people with that skin type or to look for gel creams like Neutrogena Hydro Boost or something similar.
Feb 09, 2021 @ 02:32 am
anchal.n

Elemis or clarins

Have you tried using elemis or clarins?
Feb 09, 2021 @ 04:21 am
intricateee

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Aquafor is amazing .. safe for infants with eczema too so def good and moisturizing.
Feb 09, 2021 @ 06:42 am
F101Vicky

Nivea

I’m currently using Meghan Markle’s favourite body lotion, Nivea Q10 and Vitamin C firming body lotion and it’s a good all round moisturiser for daily use that’s not too thick and absorbs quickly so you can get dressed quicker. Nivea do some excellent all rounder creams and lotions and I love their Q10 offerings
Feb 09, 2021 @ 10:15 am
Terezia

Coconut oil

Personally, I’ve been using coconut oil 🥥 and I find it to be the best for my dry skin. I use it after every shower all over body. It is organic, natural ingredients and leaves my skin feeling moisturised.
I find that when I don’t use or use a different lotion the skin on my legs crack up so just a recommendation.
Feb 23, 2021 @ 12:38 am
Jbegum

CeraVe or Superdrug vitamin E

I’d recommend CeraVe, you do need to work the moisturiser into your skin but it’s hydrating! The Superdrug vitamin E intensive is an affordable option and really good for hydration too.
Feb 23, 2021 @ 07:59 am
F101Vicky

CeraVe

Has anyone tried the Moisturising Lotion from CeraVe? if so, what did you think of the texture, formula & overall performance? Tempted to invest.
Mar 02, 2021 @ 12:01 am
F101Vicky

Q10 and CeraVe

CeraVe Moisturising Lotiom is perfect for all skin types as it's light, easily absorbed and scent free, It's my current fave.

Nivea Q10 is an excellent body lotion that firms and tones while hydrating and it's light and not perfumed.

Aveeno is a little thicker and creamier for eczema prone skin and is also non scented
May 12, 2021 @ 09:11 am
kaelafields

Cerave

I love Cerave it is a thicker cream and it really soaks in, there is no scent and it works great on sensitive skin.
May 13, 2021 @ 12:32 pm

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