Quick Fix Facials Calming Clay Mask - £4.99 - This is a new purchase and i've wanted to try these masks for a while. This one seemed to be perfect, with ingredients such as oatmeal and aloe to help hydrate and calm the skin. This is a very gentle mask so great to use if your skin is playing up and needs something soothing. I've only used it a couple of times but I think it will be great for the change from hot to cold weather which can make the skin more sensitive.
First Aid Beauty Instant Oatmeal Mask - £17.50 - This one is a little bit more expensive but another great option for sensitive skin. This also has oatmeal in it and you can see it in the texture of the mask. It's creamy and doesn't set, instead it seems to sink in more and really hydrates and smooths the skin.
Nivea Regenerating Night Cream for Normal/Combination Skin - £3.99 - I'm from a family of Nivea lovers and the smell brings back good memories. This a cream I think is more suited to the colder weather as it's a thicker cream so is hydrating but still doesn't feel greasy or heavy on the skin which makes it great for combination skin. This moisturisers the dry areas but does make the oily areas greasy. A great budget option that lasts a really long time.
Superdrug Vitamin E Hydrating Mask - £2.59 - I mentioned this mask when I was looking for a moisture mask to take with me and a long flight. I love using it on the plane and have still been using it since I got back. It's so hydrating and the gel texture stops it feeling heavy on the skin. I would highly recommend trying this no matter what your budget is.
Superdrug Clearly Youthful Hydrating Serum - £4.89 - I've been really impressed with Superdrug's skincare range at the moment. This is another great find for combination skin that needs some hydration. It's a gel that feels light yet really smooths and makes the skin feel lovely.
All of these are aimed to add moisture without feeling heavy on the skin. That is something I look for this time of the year as my skin gets dry but can still be oily during the day. All of these products works well and most are budget friendly. What are some of your skincare favourites during Autumn/Winter?