Fab Five Night Creams

Tis the season to moisturise! Keep your skin happy and healthy while you catch those zzzzz. Here’s my five favourite moisturisers to nourishing skin overnight.

1.Nivea, Q10 Plus Anti-Wrinkle Night Cream

This is my absolute go to. I can’t claim I have no fine lines! But it does really nourish and take care of my sensitive skin and at a pretty little price. It’s rich but not sticky and doesn’t stay hanging around on the surface of skin.
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2.No7, Essential Moisture Night Cream
This is another gorgeous choice for sensitive skin and again has a decent price tag too. Another rich but lightweight choice. I once had what was almost like eczema near one of my eyes. Nothing would shift it until I discovered this beaut and it vanished.
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3.Simple, Vital Vitamin Night Cream
For lovers of really lightweight cream to sleep in. This absorbs and moisturises really quickly and leaves no niggle of residue. Winner again on cost and if you need an unperfumed product.
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4.Body Shop, Vitamin E Night Cream
My Mum’s favourite, she’s been using this forever it’s her absolute staple. It’s a little too rich for me but for the winter season when you need that creamier hydration this could well fit the bill. If you like a dense moisturiser you’ll love this.
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5.Estée Lauder, Nightwear Plus

A rich and lightweight night creme that intensely hydrates. Defends against signs of premature ageing – you’ll wake up feeling super soft and as you’d expect with this more luxurious choice packaging is beautiful and so is the scent. A little goes a long way.

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