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    As the title suggests, I'm looking for a facial moisturiser for day to day wear with SPF, around 15 preferably. For a while I have been using Olay Multiradiance, but really I find it makes me a little too shiny during the day.

    All suggestions welcomed, I'm not too fussed about price so long it's not horrendously expensive. My skin type is oily and sensitive.
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    Another vote for Olay Complete Care here.
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    Thankyou very much for your suggestions. I have actually tried this one in the past and found that it makes my face sore unfortunately. I am grateful for your replies though
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    Estee Lauder DayWear Plus if it's within your budget.
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    Liz Earle Skin Repair Light should cover the oily/sensitive skin type. Don't think it has an SPF though
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    Clinique creams are good... spf 15, and makes your skin really soft. You can also get a oil free one where it wont make your skin too greasy
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    Ive tried the Estee Lauder DayWear Plus, and when I was broke, switched to No7, which is spf15which is pretty good.
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    LUSH do a moisturiser with SPF so worth a try
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    I use Spa Covent Garden's SPF 15 moisturiser.
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    Biotherm have one with spf in it that smells and feels lovely. Not sure what the shine factor is with it though..
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    Olay complete is not good in my opinion, really claggy.
    Clinique DDM ones are good, but no SPF.

    Boots essentials has SPF12 or 15 and is like £3, it's a really good moisturiser to - not to oily and good for sensitive skin. I use that in the day, as my clinique has no SPF you should give it a go

    You could also get a foundation or primer with SPF if you wear those, then you could do with a normal moisturiser.
 
 
 
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