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SPF Moisturisers are a moisturiser with added sun protection. I like the idea of a multi use product. But can they really work well. I only brought brands that I like and have worked in the past for me. I have to be so careful with my rosacea skin.
Elemis Pro Collagen Marine Cream SPF 30 was the first I tried. It is lovely but expensive. Enriched with a potent blend of Padina Pavonica and Ginkgo Biloba, the rich cream smoothes over skin and reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles to leave the visage youthful. The formula envelops the face in a veil of essential moisture, which ensures skin feels calm and comfortable, whilst visibly improving skin’s elasticity and suppleness. Finished with a next generation micronised sunscreen, the face cream is fast absorbing and offers evenly distributed protection from UVA and UVB rays, without leaving behind unwanted white streaks.
Next to try was ELF Holy Hydration Face Cream SPF 30 for a bargain £14.00. A lightweight, ingredient-driven face cream that nourishes and plumps skin while delivering lasting hydration and SPF 30 protection. This is lightly scented and I love this. Will repurchase this again once finished. I love this. A perfect daytime moisturiser for autumn, winter and spring.
L’Oréal Revitalift Filler SPF 50 was next to try. This SPF cream is highly concentrated in pure Hyaluronic Acid, now with SPF 50 to protect your skin and prolong your skin’s bounce. Clinically proven to reduce the appearance of wrinkles. It is also enriched with Fibroxyl plant extract, known for its firming properties. Not a fan of this but at least I tried it.