If you want to re­store ra­di­ance to dull skin, plump out fine lines and get last­ing hy­dra­tion, try a moisturiser up­grade

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Elemis Pro-col­la­gen Marine Cream Ul­tra-rich, £82 Top­ping our hy­dra­tion tests in the GHI beauty lab, this lux­u­ri­ous, in­ten­sive mois­tur­is­ing cream also ticked all the boxes for our testers. They said it left their skin more sup­ple, firm and healthy-look­ing, and that fine lines and wrin­kles ap­peared re­duced af­ter 10 days. It made a good base for make-up, too. 90/100


Fresh Vi­ta­min Nec­tar Mois­ture Glow Face Cream, £39 Testers said fine lines looked re­duced af­ter use and that their skin was more ra­di­ant. They loved the botan­i­cal fra­grance and said the cream was smooth on ap­pli­ca­tion, non-sticky and ab­sorbed quickly. It left testers’ skin hy­drated with­out any greasi­ness and scored well in our lab tests, too. 88/100

Neal’s Yard Reme­dies Frank­in­cense In­tense Lift Cream, £65 Our testers loved that this frank­in­cense-scented moisturiser was su­per-in­tense with­out feel­ing too heavy. It was eas­ily ab­sorbed, leav­ing skin soft and smooth, and the nour­ish­ing feel­ing lasted. It also scored highly in our lab tests, leav­ing skin very hy­drated even af­ter six hours. 84/100

Sothys Hy­dra 3HA Hy­drat­ing Cream, £45 A light­weight tex­ture, this pro­vided a great base for make-up and stopped foun­da­tion look­ing flaky. Our testers said skin tex­ture im­proved and ap­peared healthy, and more than three-quar­ters said they would con­tinue to use it. It scored highly in our lab tests, too. 84/100

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