MOISTURISERS are important skin products as they are beneficial to all skin types. After washing your face, no matter what your skin type is, you need a moisturiser to help improve your skin tone and texture. They seal moisture into the outer layer of the skin.
CHOOSING A MOISTURISER
■ Look for common and active ingredients such as lanolin, glycerin, or petrolatum.
■ Buy a moisturiser with a sun protection factor (SPF) of at least 30.
■ Choose a moisturiser that’s labelled ‘non-comedogenic’ because it won’t clog your pores.
■ Use a lighter lotion in the summer, and a cream or ointment during the winter season.
■ Take into consideration the smell, feel, irritation and price.
■ For a night cream, consider using a moisturiser with retinol which is vitamin A for your skin.
■ For sensitive skin, look for a moisturiser with some soothing ingredients, like aloe, that won’t be harsh on the skin.
■ For oily skin, go with a light, oilfree moisturiser.
■ If you have dry skin, get something that is richer.
■ If you have combination skin, go with a lighter moisturiser for your whole face and smear drier areas with a heavier cream.
■ For a mature skin, choose an oil-based moisturisers to preserve moisture.
Avocado Oil – It promotes collagen production. It relieves rashes, wounds, and burns too. It also moisturises. Almond Oil – This oil is rich in Vitamins E, B, and A. It works from deep within the skin without clogging the pores in the process. Wheatgerm Oil – It has wealth of Vitamins B, D, E and A, as well as fatty acids and antioxidants. It is perfect
against dry and cracked skin. Liquorice – This ingredient has skin lightening properties, but it also fights several different kinds of skin ailments like eczema and keeps it
safe from the sun’s UV and UVB rays. Aloe Vera – It removes dead cells and acne.