Moisturizing is a part of our skin care routine that should not be missed.
How do we choose the moisturizer we need?
As with many beauty and cosmetic products, moisturizers have a wide variety on offer to choose from that work for every skin type.
Knowing your skin type is the key to exploiting full potential of the moisturizer. It does not matter what brand, or how pricey or cheap the product is, as long as you have the right one for the type of skin you have, you can get the best result.
You may be confused in the beginning on what to pick due to many special features that every moisturizer offers, but once you find the product that works, stick to it.
Here are some of the best moisturizers in the market we found effective for every skin type:
The list is highly recommended and meets the stringent standards of makeup artists and respected dermatologists. They were also featured in many beauty magazines and gained favorable reviews from the consumers.
According to the drugstores we surveyed, the best selling facial and body moisturizer in their area are Eucerin and Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream, and Neutrogena, respectively. Eucerin provides high SPF (SPF 30) to the skin, therefore eliminating worries about skin hazards. Cetaphil on the other hand, has Glycerin or Hydaluronic Acid that traps water in the skin and retains moisture.
Another product that women are concerned about is the day cream. As we investigated, we found out that the most recognized products are RevaleSkin Coffeeberry Day Cream and Yonka Pample Mousse. Retin-A has antioxidant properties that helps prevent skin ageing and is quite pricey, while Yonka is a little cheaper. What do you get? Proper skin moisture and super smoothness! An organic moisturizer that has also made its way to the hearts of many women is Dr. Hauschka’s Quince Day Cream.
If you are particular with night moisturizer, then get the pricey Lancome Aboslue Night Treatment. Also, an anti-ageing moisturizer best for dry skin that has Alpha and Beta Hydroxyl Acids is Peter Thomas’ Roth Clycolic Acid. For intense dry skin, try Aquaphor Healing Ointment or Extra Virgin Organic Coconut Oil.
But the ultimate moisturizer we ever found is Crème de la Mer. This doesn’t sell cheap though.