Ladies are hard-pressed when it comes to a proper skin care routine. To ensure healthy and youthful-looking skin, ladies often invest a lot of money to buy quality products that suit their skin types. Unfortunately, some of these products can be extremely pricey for someone who has a tight budget. We decided to hunt for quality products out there that are budget-friendly and yet deliver what they promise.

Here are seven budget-friendly moisturisers that you can consider.

Hada Labo Super Hyaluronic Acid Moisturising Lotion

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Hada Labo is a popular Japanese brand in Singapore, and many of us are no strangers to the brand. What some of us do not know is that the price tag is reasonable. The Super Hyaluronic Acid Moisturising Lotion contains the all-important ingredient – hyaluronic acid, which helps to protect and moisturise the skin. This lotion is perfect for those who needs intense hydration. It is also great for those of you who hate multi-steps skincare routines as this lotion acts as both a toner AND a moisturiser!

Price: $22.90 per bottle

Hada Labo Super Hyaluronic Acid Light Cream

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The Super Hyaluronic Acid Light Cream is another product of the Hada Labo brand. You can combine the usage of this cream with the Moisturising Lotion. The cream contains four types of hyaluronic acids in various molecule sizes to deliver the most impact on the skin through the different skin layers. The result is intense hydration that leads to the youthful skin you are looking for.

Price: $25.90 per bottle

Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel

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Neutrogena is another famous brand known to bring quality and affordable skin care products that offer intense moisturising effects. The Hydro Boost Water Gel is a moisturiser that harnesses the power of a hydrating cream in the form of a cooling gel. It is non-sticky and yet leaves the skin supple all day long. Its ingredient – hyaluronic acid, of course!

Price: $19.90 per bottle

Placentor Vegetal Regenerating and Moisturising Cream

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For ladies with sensitive skins, skin care products can be a challenge if you are unaware of what works best. Placentor designs its regenerating and moisturising Cream for sensitive skin to soothe dryness and protect the skin against the elements. It is a good substitute for your daily skin care cream when you travel as the tube is handy for a hand-carry or luggage.

Price: $29.90 per tube

Bath and Bodyworks Ultra Shea Butter

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Body lotions tend to be heavy and sticky which makes application on the skin just a little uncomfortable. The Bath and Bodyworks Ultra Shea Butter is worth a try as it contains shea butter, a vital ingredient for soft and smooth skin. It is non-sticky and absorbs into the skin fairly quickly. It delivers up to 24 hours of intensive hydration and is perfect for a nightly routine. Coupled with a fragrance that is soothing and light, it aids in giving ladies their much-needed beauty sleep too! Waking up to your lightly-scented skin does wonder to your mood in the morning too!

Price: $24 per tube

Bath and Bodyworks Essential Oil Body Cream

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A new and limited-edition body cream from Bath and Bodywork, the Essential Oil Body Cream is a unique blend of essential oil and shea butter cream to give maximum benefit to the parched skin. There are a few varieties of scent to choose from. The cream is light and non-greasy, and gives a cooling sensation when applied, giving your skin an intensive hydration treatment every day.

Price: $24 per tube

DermaVeen Moisturising Lotion

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DermaVeen Moisturising Lotion is suitable for humid weathers like those in Singapore with its light formulation. Its power ingredient is natural Colloidal Oatmeal that helps to hydrate, protect and soothe your skin, all day and night.

Price: $21.80 per bottle

How many of these moisturisers have you tried?