How to bag the best moisturiser
After a relaxing bath, there’s nothing quite like the silky soft feeling of our favourite moisturiser to make our skin feel loved. But with so many things affecting it – the weather, hormones, ageing – it can seem like there’s a lot to think about. We put together our top tips on what to look for so you can find the best moisturisers for your skin.
Care for your body like your face.
Ever wondered what would happen if you used your facial moisturiser on your body? With DermaSpa you don’t have to: it combines the science of facial care with the indulgence of a spa to leave skin looking and feeling velvety soft. Try DermaSpa Goodness³ Body Lotion for a luminous, even-tone all over
Know your skin.
Knowing what you want out of your skin care couldn’t be more important when finding the best moisturiser. Whether you’re after deep nourishment, or you want to restore its elasticity and firmness, it’s the key to providing the right kind of care for your body
Enhance skin’s natural abilities.
When choosing the best moisturiser for dry skin, opt for formulas which enhance skins own natural moisturisers. DermaSpa contains Cell-Moisturisers®, key moisturising actives that work at the heart of skin cells* leaving them full of moisture and replenishing skins precious oils
Whether you love the creamy scent of vanilla or prefer light, floral fragrances, choose a moisturiser that smells exactly how you want to. If you prefer a fresh fragrance, try a moisturiser like Dove DermaSpa Uplifted+ Body Lotion for satin smooth skin and a gorgeously light aroma of water-lillies and cucumber that makes application a daily pleasure
Nourish dry areas.
Some parts of the body can get dry easily – feet, knees and elbows are frequent culprits. If you’re nodding in recognition, keep a deeply nourishing moisturiser in your beauty arsenal to give those areas extra attention when they need it
Look out for moisturisers that improve skin elasticity like Dove DermaSpa Uplifted+ Body Oil, which restores firmness while improving skin texture and softness
*within the statum corneum