Augustinus Bader The Body Cream, £130
Professor Augustinus Bader’s skincare gained a cult following in just one year due to its revolutionary anti-ageing properties. Now the biomedical scientist has added a body cream to his repertoire, and true to form it’s glorious. (You’d want it to be, that that price.) Using stem-cell technology, amino acids and high-grade vitamins, it firms, plumps and nourishes.
Ren Moroccan Rose Otto Firming Crème Riche, £37
Ren’s signature Rose Otto oil has hydrating, antibacterial and antidepressant properties. It’s known as the ‘feminine oil’ as it works to balance your hormones. Use it when you need to soothe your mind as much as your skin.
Kiehl’s Creme de Corps 250ml, £28
If you prefer your skincare to be fuss and fragrance free, you’ll love Kiehl’s best-selling body lotion. Rich and nourishing without feeling sticky or heavy, it’s super low maintenance but takes care of dry, flaky skin.
La Mer The Body Crème, £162
Infused with La Mer’s miracle broth – a potent mix of antioxidants and algae – this is often likened to ‘a seaweed wrap in a jar’. With an added dose of hyaluronic acid, it heals and nourishes dry skin like nothing else.
Anne Sémonin Nourishing Body Oil, £39
Formulated with soothing lavender, mandarin and oregano, this is designed to be used as both a relaxing treatment and a nourishing body oil. Apply in circular motions after your evening bath for the ultimate relaxation.
Sisley Restorative Body Cream, £114
Sisley’s body cream contains essential fatty acids to help repair damaged skin, particularly useful if you’ve spent your summer soaking up as much of the sun as possible. Fast-absorbing with a spa-like scent, this is a fail-safe option.
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