Buying an Inexpensive Face Moisturizer

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There are natural oils, vaseline and even dollar store face creams that give people good results. This is a page about inexpensive face moisturizer.


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Does anyone know of a good face moisturizer that doesn't cost too much? I am living on a fixed income and can't afford high priced department store brands. Thanks and may God Bless!

Debra from Hampton, TN


By Julia in UK (Guest Post)
January 30, 20090 found this helpful
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Aquaeous cream is very cheap, has no perfume or taste, and can also be used as a cleanser (wash off with water).

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By Linda (Guest Post)
January 30, 20090 found this helpful
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I use good ole' vasoline. Cheap and lasts forever. Just put a tiny bit on your fingers with a drop of two of water and gently smear all over your face!


An 80 year old woman with beautiful skin at that age told me of this!

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By adnerb. (Guest Post)
January 30, 20090 found this helpful
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The SPA products at the Dollar Store are fabulous. They contain Vitamins A,C, & E? and also have dead sea minerals. I think it comes in a blue and white tube, but make sure it has the vitamins and minerals. Another [product from there is called SKIN Milk, I have extremely dry skin and these are the BEST I have found! And you sure cannot beat the price. Enjoy!

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January 30, 20090 found this helpful
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You can use Vaseline or olive oil but to me they're too oily. What I use is dollar store brand whipped baby lotion. only a dollar for large bottle. isn't greasy, moisturizes, lightly scented, and leaves skin soft. A bottle lasts a while too making it a cheap deal.

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