Winter Skincare on a Budget

As a skincare consultant,  I get asked daily what skincare people should use and if cult classics over $100 are really worth the money. Whilst I wholly agree they are often worth every penny due to their savvy technology and luxurious formulas, there are also great low-cost alternatives that*- will do just the same job and save you money this winter.

Bioderma Sensibio H2O

An innovative micellar technology cuts through impurities (even waterproof makeup) while maintaining the skin’s moisture balance. Made with soothing cucumber extract, even dry, irritated, and sensitive skin is left feeling soft and refreshed.

The Ordinary Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1%

A dream come true for oily skin, this potent serum targets breakouts, minimises pores and decongests confused complexions by regulating sebum production.

Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel Moisturiser

A refreshing water-gel moisturiser that contains a unique hyaluronic-gel matrix, it instantly locks in hydration and will continuously release it as and when your skin needs it throughout a cold winter’s day. Genius!

Avene Hydrance Intense Rehydrating Serum

This serum should be skincare staple on every dressing table. Infused with Avene thermal spring water, it will leave your skin quenched and hydrated in one application and acts as a great base pre-moisturiser.

Until next time!