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Body Care

Soothe and hydrate your skin while protecting it from free radicals and environmental damage with our range of body care products. Discover lotions to match your favourite perfume, from designer brands such as Jean Paul Gaultier, Viktor & Rolf and Prada, as well as moisturisers with essential oils like rose to keep skin soft, supple and smelling great.

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  1. Eucerin Aquaphor Body Spray Balm 250ml
    Eucerin Aquaphor Body Spray Balm 250ml
    Special Price £12.80 Regular Price £16.00
  2. Elizabeth Arden My 5th Avenue Body Lotion 150ml
    Elizabeth Arden My 5th Avenue Body Lotion 150ml
    Special Price £20.50 Regular Price £22.00
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All you need to know about Body Care

Should I apply moisturiser daily? Environmental factors like sun, wind and cold weather, as well as heating in your home, air conditioning and showering and bathing all take their toll on your skin. To keep it hydrated and to protect it from dry skin conditions such as eczema, flaking and peeling, it is important to moisturise with a body moisturiser, ideally after showering or bathing, to lock in moisture. Can I apply body lotion to my face? This isn't advised, as body lotions are richer in consistency and the skin on your face is also far more delicate than the skin on your body. Use a specially designed facial moisturiser for your face, as the ingredients will also be more gentle. Are all body lotions natural and vegan? If you take a look at the ingredients on many body lotions, most of them contain some form of animal-based product. This includes lanolin (which is made from sheep's wool), and oleic acid and glycerine, which are both derived from animal fats. Always check the label carefully and do your research to see if a product is 100% vegan. If it is, it should usually state so clearly on the bottle. How do I choose a body moisturiser? Your skin changes as you age, which should be taken into consideration when buying a body moisturiser. Consider your skin type and how dry it is. If it is dry, ingredients like coconut oil, cocoa or Shea butter can really help to replenish it. If you have more oily skin, a water-based moisturiser may be better for you. Also consider how the body moisturiser feels on your skin – do you want one that gives a deeply moisturised feeling that is very intense, or would you prefer something that is light and non-greasy under clothing?

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