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moisturizer for a guy. which one out of these two?

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    which one is better out of these two?
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    Bloody hell. They're expensive. I almost spat my hot chocolate out! I have some L'oreal men expert awakening hydration gel or something like that. It's very useful to put on before you start shaving and it does actually wake me up as well a bit more
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    bugger me those things cost a fortune!
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    You'll find products on the high street that do exactly the same thing at a fraction of the price. Honestly, it's rarely worth buying such high end products.

    If I had to decide between them two, I'd go for the LAB one as it's fragrance free therefore more likely better for sensitive skin, but that's just me!

    If you want something from the high street that's just 1/10 of the cost of either of those products, then I'd go for Superdrug Vitamin E SPF15 Moisture Day Cream. Works a treat for me, Vitamin E is an anti-oxidant that protects the skin from free-radicals and it equals the high end products for SPF.
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    Thats an oxymoron
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    £1.73 - job's a gd'un?
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    amazing sharing here so keep it up
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    The Kiehl's. I wouldn't pay £38 for a brand I've never heard of before... :dontknow:

    Although take it from someone who's tried every skincare product under the moon - when you're paying above a certain amount (I'd say a tenner to 15 quid for moisturiser) you're really not going to notice the difference. I promise you - you won't have amazing, super flawless, great celebrity skin just by spending £40 on a moisturiser!

    Go to boots, get a decent one for £5-£15 max and job done.

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