Any good winter moisturizers?

yesther

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Hi ladies! I am looking for a new moisturizer to use this winter. I have gone through a lot lately, and I can't seem to find one that is going to do the trick for the winter. I have combination skin; dry everywhere except for my t-zone.

Recently, I've tried 2 kinds of Kiehl's moisturizers, 2 Dermalogica, and Peter Thomas Roth. Nothing seems to be working as well as I would like.

Any suggestions?
 

bl2k4

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Hi ladies! I am looking for a new moisturizer to use this winter. I have gone through a lot lately, and I can't seem to find one that is going to do the trick for the winter. I have combination skin; dry everywhere except for my t-zone.

Recently, I've tried 2 kinds of Kiehl's moisturizers, 2 Dermalogica, and Peter Thomas Roth. Nothing seems to be working as well as I would like.

Any suggestions?
try clinique moisturize to see it helps.
that is only kind I be able to stay while in winter season.
 

princessaj0603

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Anything Aveeno has done wonders for my skin. It is a natural product that really makes your skin glow and keeps it refreshed and silky smooth. I would totally go with Aveeno!
 

yesther

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Strangely, Aveeno makes my skin feel really itchy. I don't have sensitive skin, but for some reason I am sensitive to Aveeno.

Bl2k4 I haven't used Clinique since high school, and I am kind of scared to go back!:P
 

gillianna

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I've been using Jo Malone's moisturizer serum. I also use her eye creams. I like a serum better than a cream and this goes on very well. I also use her SPF 15 lotion over it if I am going outside alot. I use her night moisturizer too. I also know she makes a day moisturizer but I haven't tried that. I try not to wear alot of makeup in the winter if I am just hanging around the house. You can get her stuff on Ebay. I have been happy with her product line. I have used alot of Oil of Olay regenrist products but now I switched to Jo Malone an it is working well so I am sticking with this.
If you have access to her products at a upscale department store you should ask for samples. They are usually very generous with their samples.
 

jenarae

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OPI's juicy lotions work wonders on my skin and the best part of it all is for the holidays they have a peppermint juicy and a gingerbread juicy (which is my favorite, it's just divine) i think they have a few more "holiday" ones...but other than that they have your regular fruity ones!
 
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I agree with Cetaphyl for the winter. I also use pure filtered jojoba oil on my face. Try a cream that is labeled "night cream," too, as those are usually richer and more moisturizing, and something without fragrance.
 

D Girl

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Another vote for Cetaphyl is great ALL skin types. From Sensitive to Oily it's great. Plus it dont break you out which is a plus!
 

yesther

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Another vote for Cetaphyl is great ALL skin types. From Sensitive to Oily it's great. Plus it dont break you out which is a plus!

Thanks ladies! I use Cetaphil as my cleanser, and I don't know why I never thought of this!

La Mer is so expensive that I think I get scared. I tend to be very generous in my application so La Mer might last me a week! :P
 

cfred

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I am loving stella mccartney's 5 benefits moisturizing cream. It is so rich and creamy but does not make you break out and a little seems to go a long way.