What Makes a Good Moisturiser?

What Makes a Good Moisturiser?

Winter weather can be harsh on your skin, leaving it feeling dry and dull. Cold air and lower humidity levels can strip your skin of its natural oils, leading to a loss of hydration and elasticity. To keep your skin looking and feeling its best, use a hydrating moisturiser that will quench your skin’s thirst and leave it feeling supple and nourished. We’re here to unveil the secrets of what makes a moisturiser truly "good" for your skin.


A good moisturiser not only contains high-quality ingredients that attract and retain moisture, such as Hyaluronic Acid, or natural oils like Jojoba or Vitamin E, but should also provide SPF protection - like Good Morning SPF 50. The moisture-binding ingredients work together to replenish your skin's moisture barrier, ensuring long-lasting hydration, while its broad spectrum SPF 50 protection will keep your skin protected from free radical damage caused by UV rays and environmental pollutants.

Skin-Loving Goodies

A good moisturiser is packed with skin-loving ingredients that go beyond basic hydration.  It should contain a mix of vitamins, such as Vitamin E and Niacinamide (Vitamin B3), antioxidants, such as Kakadu Plum Extract and moisturising agents, such as Wild Rosella Extract that promote overall skin health. These ingredients can provide additional benefits such as soothing irritation, improving elasticity, and protecting against environmental aggressors. Shop our range of Body Milks.

Lightweight and non-greasy formula

One of the key benefits of a good moisturiser is its ability to absorb quickly into the skin, without leaving a greasy or sticky residue behind. Look for lightweight formulas that glide on smoothly and absorb into the skin like a dream.

Remember, it's not just about slapping on any old moisturiser - it's about finding one that's right for you, so you'll want to wear it every day!

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