It’s time to give your parched, dry skin a drink. …read moreSee less
If you’re tired of coating your cracked, flaky skin in thick creams multiple times per day just to keep the dryness at bay, it might be time to fix your skincare routine. We have a selection of hydrating cleansers and facial washes, to rich, silky moisturisers and lotions from popular brands such as QV and CeraVe, so you can be relieved of your dry skin with a simple lather or a swipe.
- Now£10.99RRP £14.99
- Now£14.99RRP £22.99
- Now£10.99RRP £12.89
- Now£6.29RRP £6.59
- Now£7.99RRP £8.62
- Now£4.89RRP £5.38
- Now£3.69RRP £3.99
- Now£6.49RRP £6.99
- Now£6.99RRP £7.49
- Now£6.99RRP £7.35
- Now£3.49RRP £5.40
- Now£4.99RRP £7.35
- Now£6.99RRP £7.35
Free delivery when you spend over £30
100% discreet delivery for every item ordered
Fully regulated UK pharmacy
What skin type do I have?
If your skin produces too much sebum, it may become oily and you’ll probably find that your skin feels overly greasy and shiny.
If you have dry skin, you could be suffering from skin that is rough, scaly or flaky.
If you’ve got a combination skin type, you’ll probably find that the T-zone (forehead, nose and chin) will generally be oily and prone to blemishes.
Which shower gel should I use for dry skin?
If you’ve got dry, cracked or eczema-prone skin, it may feel like some shower gels and body washes dry out your skin even more.
You’ll need to look for a shower gel that not only cleanses your skin, but also thoroughly hydrates it.
Consider a soap-free body wash with no sulphates, parabens or fragrances, instead containing hydrating ingredients like natural essential oils and vitamin E.
How often should I wash my face if I’ve got dry skin?
If you’ve got dry or sensitive skin, it can be irritating if you wash your face twice a day.
Use a creamy, gentle and hydrating facial wash at night and simply rinse your face with warm water in the morning.
How do I know if I have sensitive skin?
Sensitive skin is a common problem which usually means your skin is easily irritated by products or environmental factors.
You may notice redness, dryness and your skin may develop a bumpy rash when it’s exposed to a trigger.
Your skin might also be more prone to breakouts and sunburn compared to people without sensitive skin.