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I am currently using Simple oil-free moisturiser and I find it good as it does not leave my skin oily at the end of the day. Also, my skin is combination type and I suffer from acne too.
 

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Hi,
A great oil free moisturiser that I use is Nivea visage oil free moisturising fluid which is inexpensive and works very well expecially on combination skin. It doesn't feel heavy and works beautifully.
 

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Pumi, sure! In addition to Freddy's excellent site there, you could have a look at Garden of Wisdom here:
GoW Anti-Oxidants

They have some ready-made stuff that is pretty reasonable if you aren't into making your own. Hope it helps.
Fawnie,I am just wondering instead of making 2 separate serums one for vit c and one for HA (Hyaluonic acid) , can I make a single serum using both these ingredients? Also, can I use HA capsules to make the serum coz I can't find HA powder to buy in the UK. Any suggestions how many capsules should I use?

I am looking forward to making my own DIY stuffs from now on. It is costing me too much to buy branded skincare products


I would appreciate everyone's help too

Thanks in advance.
 

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Hi,
A great oil free moisturiser that I use is Nivea visage oil free moisturising fluid which is inexpensive and works very well expecially on combination skin. It doesn't feel heavy and works beautifully.
Hi Rox pox,

Does the Nivea oil free fluid leave your face matte all day?
 

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Simple Daily Light Hydrating Moistuiser is very good , and not at all expensive. It spread easily and doesnt create any shine at all , soaks in fast and feels really fresh when you put it on like you are washing your face.
 
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