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The best night creams for every skin type

Prima (UK) Logo By Roberta Schroeder of Prima (UK) | Slide 1 of 9: There seems to be a new night cream launching on a daily basis at the moment, each one purporting more miraculous benefits than the one before. What's more, if it wasn’t already tricky enough to choose a winning night moisturiser, there’s now a wealth of unpronounceable new ingredients to get your head around. So, with endless choice on offer, how are you supposed to know which is the best night cream for you?The first step to finding the best night cream is to consider your specific skin demands. Some ingredients will work wonders on dry skin – here, hyaluronic acid is your key player – while others will gently soothe sensitive patches. As innovation continues to develop, there’s now a host of highly efficacious night creams designed to work on specific, advanced issues, too – think dark spots and deeper-set wrinkles. From Elemis’s latest success story to a blockbuster launch from Clarins – and a remarkably effective pigment-brightener for under £15 – these are the night creams we think are really worth the investment right now.

There seems to be a new night cream launching on a daily basis at the moment, each one purporting more miraculous benefits than the one before. What's more, if it wasn’t already tricky enough to choose a winning night moisturiser, there’s now a wealth of unpronounceable new ingredients to get your head around.

So, with endless choice on offer, how are you supposed to know which is the best night cream for you?

The first step to finding the best night cream is to consider your specific skin demands. Some ingredients will work wonders on dry skin – here, hyaluronic acid is your key player – while others will gently soothe sensitive patches. As innovation continues to develop, there’s now a host of highly efficacious night creams designed to work on specific, advanced issues, too – think dark spots and deeper-set wrinkles.

From Elemis’s latest success story to a blockbuster launch from Clarins – and a remarkably effective pigment-brightener for under £15 – these are the night creams we think are really worth the investment right now.

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