December 9, 2006 12:57pm CST
I have very dry skin and most of the year I don't bother with a mosituriser as it feels too heavy. In the winter though I like something to help settle my skin and stop it getting drier. Now I'm getting older though I think maybe I should use it more if only to stop my neck going crepey. Can anyone suggest the right type of moisturiser? Doesnt have to be a brand name, just trying to find out what works for other people in terms of texture and ingredients
3 responses
• United States
11 Dec 06
I have the same problem, but it is mostly my hands, leg and face that I have issues with. I have found that Avon has a great variety of lotions that do not weigh heavy on your skin. They seem to be very light and not very greasy, more of a water based type. Even when your face doesn't need it, it is recommended to use it anyway. It helps to balance out your oil glands.
• France
11 Dec 06
I'll have a look at there stuff, cheers
@emeraldisle (13145)
• United States
4 Mar 07
The best one I have found is a face product by a brand called Personal Care. They sell it at the dollar store here. It's an alpha-hydroxy lotion for anti-aging but it works great on the whole body. It really helps to deal with the dry skin. It's also great at helping the neck and face with looking younger. The next best one I found is by Freeman's. They have several face and body products actualy and I have found they all work great.
@mayammb (1817)
• Australia
9 Dec 06
i think using Dove products are good. I use them and it's good for me. So u try out before buying which is ok for u and then go ahead buying it.