Enter the Aēsop Camellia Nut Facial Hydrating Cream.
At £33 for a 60ml tub, it isn’t the most affordable on the market but I instantly had to have it when I realised it shared the same fragrance as my Resurrection Aromatique hand balm. The cream is somewhere between light and thick with awesome hydrating properties. My skin type is a substandard Normal that tends to get dry with the incoming winter and with office air-con to contend with. The thing that gets me is that this really nourishes my skin and leaves it feeling soft and supple, even with makeup, throughout the day. It’s fairly heavily fragranced so if your skin is sensitive to perfumed products, perhaps ask for a handy ol’ sachet sample. But I have never loved a moisturiser more. I’ve found The One.