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    The Organic Skin Co Rosehip and orange one. Certified organic and just awesome

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    I think the Olay one with SPF is the best! Have tried a few but haven't found a better one

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    I use Jurlique rose moisturiser and Nivea face veil sunscreen (I think that is what it's called..). Best facial sunscreen I have used, and I've tried a lot!

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    I really like the Clinique city block sunscreen. It's oil free.
    I use that over my moisturiser - currently Lancôme Hydra Zen Neurocalm.

    Estée Lauder Double Wear Light is a good lightweight foundation for hot weather. Or maybe try a mineral or powder foundation over the top of sunscreen and moisturiser? They can be really quick to apply.

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    Lancome Hydrazen, it's seriously amazing.

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    It's called 'QLD humidity'

    Really cheap and my skin is never dry

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    Thanks for all of your replies ladies!!!

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    Aspect Dr Resveratrol Moisturing Creme - pretty good!

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