We have the best moisturisers to keep your skin soft, supple and glowing. Keep your skin hydrated and tackle fine lines, wrinkles and dullness with our range of products from well-known brands such as Clarins, Bioderma and Vichy. Use as part of your daily skincare routine.
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- A.Vogel Arnica Skin Cream 35gSpecial Price £6.75 Regular Price £7.50
- Vichy Mineral 89 Probiotic Fractions Concentrate 30mlSpecial Price £24.65 Regular Price £29.00
- Eucerin Hyaluron-Filler Skin Refining Serum 30mlSpecial Price £18.00 Regular Price £22.50
- Bioderma Sébium Night Peel Smoothing Concentrate Gel 40mlSpecial Price £13.20 Regular Price £16.50
- La Roche-Posay Hyalu B5 Aquagel SPF30 50mlSpecial Price £29.33 Regular Price £34.50
- La Roche-Posay Hydraphase HA Rich Cream 50mlSpecial Price £15.30 Regular Price £18.00
- La Roche-Posay Hydraphase HA Light Cream 50mlSpecial Price £15.30 Regular Price £18.00
- Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules 30Special Price £36.00 Regular Price £45.00
- Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules 60Special Price £60.00 Regular Price £75.00
- Eucerin Hyaluron-Filler + Elasticity 3D Serum 30mlSpecial Price £30.40 Regular Price £38.00
All you need to know about Facial Moisturisers
How does a moisturiser work?
A moisturiser needs to contain a humectant, which draws in moisture, and an occlusive agent, which retains moisture. When you apply a moisturising lotion or cream to your skin, humectants draw water from the dermis and take it to the epidermis, which creates a plumping effect. Occlusive agents sit on the surface of the skin as a barrier to protect it from drying out through moisture escaping.
How many times per day should I apply moisturiser?
Apply a moisturiser twice a day – in the morning and in the evening. This should always be done after you have washed your face or after showering to put the moisture back into your skin. Some moisturisers are richer in formulation for overnight use to sink into the skin, while others are lighter for wearing under make-up and so on.
Will a moisturiser clog up my pores?
If you are using the right moisturiser that is correct for your skin type, you shouldn't have problems with breakouts or clogged pores as a result of using it. If you have particularly oily skin, opt for a non-drying gel formula that contains ingredients like lactic acid, glycolic acid or niacinamide to control the amount of sebum you produce.
Can moisturising prevent wrinkles?
Moisturising your skin regularly can certainly help to prevent fine lines and wrinkles. This is because by adding extra moisture to your skin you are boosting elastin, which keeps skin plump and firm. Skin dries out as we age, and our natural collagen production reduces, which is why moisturising can help put essential hydration back into the skin, combating ageing.