I’ve been experimenting with different moisturisers lately, normally I use coconut oil, but like a lot of things I get bored and wanted to experiment. I have already tried a few products from this brand and liked some of them so I decided to give their moisturisers a shot.
Basics: Both around £8 • Both 75 ml • Cruelty Free
Unlike the mask I tried from this brand previously I really liked both these moisturisers. The night cream is slightly lighter in texture, but perfect for a trouble patch of skin I have on my face which always dry when I’m stressed or eaten food I shouldn’t have.
Rich Moisturiser (**):
The texture is quite thick (it’s the swatch on the left above) but once it’s rubbed in it absorbs quickly and doesn’t leave an oily residue on the skin. It’s actually quite lovely as a makeup primer since it has a matifying effect on the skin. I’m not sure how to describe the smell of this moisturiser other than pleasant and subtle.
Super Night Cream (**):
This one (it’s the swatch on the right) absorbs much quicker into the skin. It smells just like the Rich Moisturiser and t’s definitely more moisturising. Out of the two creams this one is my favourite for myself and the other one I keep in my kit for a makeup primer on dryer skins.
If you’re looking out for a new moisturizer then I would definately suggest you give these a shot. They’re both fantastic, the Super Night Cream is my favourite for the dry patches on my combination skin and the Rich Moisturiser is a fantastic primer.