Goodbye, dry skin

Goodbye, dry skin

The best moisturisers promise soft and supple skin after use. We look at three contenders.

THE BODY SHOP MORINGA BODY SORBET

Photo: The Body Shop

$32.90

With The Body Shop, you have all kinds of body beauty products from shower gels, scrubs and moisturisers.

This Moringa Body Sorbet has impressed me.

The light moisturiser leaves your skin feeling smooth and the fluffy mousse textured moisturiser does not leave your skin sticky and oily.

If I had to pick one fault with this sorbet moisturiser, it is its overwhelming scent.

It does not bother me, but I know of a few people who will not like the smell of jasmine.

People with dry skin will need a larger dose of the formula.

Available at The Body Shop.

WE NEED A HERO MALIN+GOETZ VITAMIN B5 BODY MOISTURIZER

Photo: We Need A Hero

$66.00

This manufacturer's best-selling cream is oil- and residue-free.

It nourishes your skin without a slick or slippery sensation.

This thick body lotion is said to be filled with vitamin B5 and shea butter.

Having used this after my tedious cleansing and scrubbing regime, I was quite impressed with the way my skin felt.

Available at We Need A Hero at 57, Eng Hoon Street.

ROSKEN SKIN REPAIR DRY SKIN CREAM

Photo: Rosken

$15.70

I suffer from a condition which leaves my skin feeling dry, especially on my legs.

I am always on the lookout for products that could have a lasting effect on my dry skin.

This Rosken product caters to those with my condition.

I found a significant and visible difference after three rounds. My skin even felt softer and smoother.

More than usual, at least.

The claim that this works on extra dry skin in need of instant relief and longer lasting protection was spot on.

It especially helped the common dry areas, such as the elbows and knees.

Available at Guardian


This article was first published on March 01, 2015.
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