The 10 Best men's moisturisers
Winter weather drying out your skin? Face facts: it’s time to hydrate with one of these hard-working products
Sunday 03 February 2013
£28, Jack Black, boots.com
Winter saps the moisture out of your skin, so keep it locked in with this product from Jack Black. It's oil free and has an SPF 20 to help prevent sun damage.
£8.99, Nivea for Men, boots.com
Late nights can leave your skin looking tired and dull so if you're the type of chap who likes to burn the candle at both ends then try the new Skin Energy product from Nivea.
£29, Elemis, johnlewis.co.uk
This lightweight moisturiser immediately hydrates skin and also helps to soothe skin post shaving. The inclusion of citrus oils also helps to tone and revitalise the skin.
£7.99, Neutrogena, boots.com
Dry, run-down skin sometimes feels as though, in order to recover, it requires a continual application of moisture. All hail then this intense, long-lasting moisturiser.
£27, Kiehl's, kiehls.co.uk
This is packed with blue algae which helps combat skins roughness and added vitamin E aids hydration. The lightweight-gel doesn't leave an oily residue, either.
£51, Shiseido Men, houseoffraser.co.uk
This promises to help to reduce your pores and make you look younger in just four weeks.
£23, No7 for Men, boots.com
This is a very hydrating product which is perhaps not the best thing to use if you have excessively oily skin. A little goes a long way.
£8.99, Dove Men, boots.com
This moisturiser from Dove is specially formulated for men's skin. Easily absorbed, it also contains an SPF15 to protect against harmful UVA rays from the sun.
£28, Clinique for Men, clinique.co.uk
Dry, flaky skin is never a good look; that's why this intensive moisturiser from Clinique is perfect for your dried out epidermis. It's also great to use on freshly shaved skin.
£9.99, L'Oreal Men Expert, boots.com
A good moisturiser that helps to protect you from the drying effects of a daily shave. It has added minerals to protect against pollution, too.
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