Trilogy certified organic rosehip oil
Over the years I've become obsessed with oils, and this is great for moisturising any dry patches. A little bit goes a long way and I literally need the tinest of drops to intensively nourish the area of dryness around my chin. The oil does take a while to sink in, but it feels very light and non-sticky on the skin. Best of all, it's 100% natural and only contains pure rosehip seed oil.
Laidbare intense hydration creme
Since my Forest secrets serum ran out, this has been my go to night cream. I would describe it as a thick gel creme texture with a delicate rose scent. The moisturiser sinks in almost straight away, leaves my skin feeling hydrated and I always wake up with radiant, plumped up skin.
Vichy aqualia antiox 24hr hydrating fluid
This was originally sent to me to use as a moisturiser, but like a lot of products which contain spf, it broke me out. However after my L'oreal matte fluid finished, I tried this over my usual moisturiser and it works well as a facial sunscreen.
The light fluid offers spf12 and UVA protection, gets absorbed quickly and doesn't feel at all greasy on the skin. Like most sunscreens it has a dewy finish so I'd recommend powdering over the t-zone and I usually blot my skin around mid afternoon to keep shininess at bay.
(PR sample from escentual.com)
Have you tried any of the above products? What's your favourite facial sunscreen?