When I worked,I used to love to be able to afford Jurlique,and I do love these products very much.Now that I have run out and am also no longer working,I have been using the 'Natural Instinct' range of products which use essential oils in ALL of their cleansers,moisturisers,shampoos,conditioners,and even in their laundry wash range which is just beyond gorgeous ,especially for my underwear items! I am very sensitive to anything fake,ao I am especially pleased to have found these gorgeous AFFORDABLE products! I have a membership at my local 'Friendlies' pharmacy,so the price becomes even more reasonable when the discount is applied to the already decent prices which these goodies are.
Ooops!! I forgot the 'where' part of the question!! I only very lightly moisturise my face,and feel blessed to not require more heavy care in this region! I do like to moisturise my hands and feet with a more robust product that what I use on my arms and legs. Natural Instinct would be thrilled to know how much I love their entire range,I'm sure!!!
No because our skin is very good at keeping itself moist if we eat the right foods and moisturisers aren't nearly as good as our body's own oils. I only ever wash with water, I protect the good oil, and I eat good food. Problem solved! Time and money saved!
If I had ten cents for every time my old Mum has told me to use moiturisers over the years, I would be a rich woman now. I have an ample supply, all gifts from other people but I don;t use any of them.
Over the majority of body.
'L'Air du Temps' cream for the legs & arms.
Throughout my life have only used 3 'normal'
'Oil of Ulan (now Olay), Revlon's moisturiser which hasn't been made for years & that's the reason I now use 'Nivea' as had to find one to replace Revlon's.
I've got to use one that's non-greasy as I've oily skin. I started moisturising, on the advice of my Mother, who'd beautiful skin all her life, at 10. For neck & face, always an 'upward' movement, so skin doesn't get 'dragged down' as it will do that of its' own accord soon enough! That's the age I started wearing sunglasses as well(not at School, of course!).
I now don't have ANY 'crow's feet'! That's a blessing!
Yes - I use it everywhere. Just love Victoria's Secret "Amber Romance" - it smells gorgeous and is lovely and silky on your skin. The body butter is scrumptious.Another favourite is Tabu and, like Victoria's Secret, I tend to layer body lotion, deodorant, perfume. That smells gorgeous too and is an old favourite from my teenage years. Overnight I use plain old vitamin e lotion. I am fairly lucky, at 70 I don't have much in the way of wrinkles so I am either doing something right or it is genetic - my mum didn't have much in the way of wrinkles either.