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Natasha Willis
about 1 year ago • Denver

Best lotion for dry Colorado?

I'm originally from Tennessee which has plenty of humidity. But since moving to Colorado, nothing works. I use lotion on my face 2-3 times a day! Help me
9 replies
about 1 year ago
Have you tried Clinique's DDML? It's the yellow lotion? I know it's really moisturizing.
about 1 year ago
I like the Clinique Moisture Surge but I still have to apply it a couple times a day.
about 1 year ago
Body Shop's Hemp Hand Protector!!
about 1 year ago
Kira Carney, can I use that on my face? I use it on my hands but wasn’t sure if it was too heavy to use on my face, which is where I need it most!
about 1 year ago
Natasha Willis Ah! So sorry, when I see lotion I think body and then moisturizer for face!! My favorite moisturizer is Drunk Elephant Protini Polypeptide Cream. It's a little more expensive than less known brands but keeps my face very moisturized!!
about 1 year ago
No worries, I should’ve been more specific!
about 1 year ago
I am a huge fan of the Epionce line. The intensive nourishing cream is divine. My skin is so happy and moisturized using it. I use year round, despite it being fairly rich. I am a super snob about facial moisturizers because my skin is sensitive and reacts badly to so many products. This whole line is really wonderful, it is on the spendier side, but it is worth every penny. I went to school in CO and I remember very well how dry your skin gets.
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about 1 year ago
So I really love my regime and lotions from Rodan and Fields! I also have started using a Vitamin C serum before moisturizing which has been a game changer as far as keeping my skin hydrated! I am from CO and still had issues with dry skin.
about 1 year ago
Don't waste your money, just get a lb of raw, expeller-pressed shea butter and apply all over (it won't clog your pores, so it's great for your skin (apply lightly to get a nice, dewey finish w/o makeup!))
about 1 year ago

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