No matter what your skin type is, adding a moisturizer into your skin care routine is crucial. Nobody enjoys the feeling of being dehydrated and surely you won’t put your skin in the same position. In the guide here, find the different types of moisturizers and how to choose the best moisturizer based on your skin type and condition.
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Since there are so many types of moisturizers out there in the market, you may think that any one of them “will do”. In fact, using the wrong kind of moisturizer for your skin will not only dehydrate your skin even more but create an imbalance in sebum level and lead to a higher chance of breaking out.
There are a few different ways that you can do to choose the best moisturizer for your skin. First, is to determine your skin type and conditions. Then, you can narrow it down to the type of moisturizer formula that will be the most beneficial for your skin.
By Skin Type
It’s no mystery that those with dry skin are the ones who need moisturizers the most. Dry skin is prone to peeling, cracking, itching, and redness. For people with dry skin, it’s best to look for moisturizers that contain hyaluronic acid, dimethicone, glycerin, propylene glycol, proteins, mineral oil, and lanolin to bring back moisture to your skin and lock it in place for a longer period of time.
People with oily skin experience excess sebum production on the daily. They tend to have larger pores and are more prone to acne and breakouts. This is due to pores clogged by blackheads and whiteheads from the excess sebum residue. For people with this skin type, look for moisturizers with hydroxyl acids and anti-aging non-comedogenic moisturizer that won’t clog the pores.
Sensitive skin is often difficult to take care off. You don’t have the freedom to use any skin care products without risking getting a reaction. Any little contact can lead to redness, burning, and itching. People with sensitive skin should consider using hypoallergenic and fragrance-free moisturizer. In general, products with fewer ingredients mean less chance for allergic reactions.
Ointment moisturizers have the heaviest formula out of all the types of moisturizers. Moisturizing ointments are best in locking in moisture, so they are the most suitable for dry skin.
Moisturizing creams are slightly thinner than ointments. It’s not as strong is locking in moisture as ointments but it can still keep your skin hydrated nonetheless. Moisturizing creams are recommended for people with normal skin or combination skin.
The lightest form out of them all, lotion is suitable for those with oily skin and is prone to acne. The formula uses water as the main ingredient and will balances out the sebum level throughout the day.
A tinted moisturizer is a lightweight moisturizing cream or lotion with an added pigment. Most people use tinted moisturizers as a replacement for normal foundation for a natural and dewy everyday look.