Moisturizing is a must for anyone looking for soft, supple skin. But it can be challenging to know what type of moisturizer will work best for your skin type and/or concerns. From oily to dry, different types of moisturizers will help you meet your needs. 

Moisturizing is a word used to describe adding moisture (often in the form of water) to skin or hair. Moisturizers are usually applied after bathing, towel-drying, and applying other personal hygiene products. They can be made with oils, waxes, lotions, or creams that fit different skin types and needs. Moisturizers might contain chemicals like parabens which are potential endocrine disruptors linked to cancer risk and hormone imbalance in humans. What is the best way to moisturize your skin? There are many ways you can do this and different products available on the market. You may want to use a lotion, oil, or cream depending on your skin type and what feels good for you. Moisturizing is a great way to keep dry skin away. This blog will help you with the best practices of using moisturizers and how to make your own at home! 

  • Keep in mind that some moisturizers are better for specific skin types than others. For example, if you have oily skin, avoid products containing oils and butter because this may cause breakouts. 
  • When applying moisturizer, the most important thing is to use it every day – even if you don’t feel like it or think it’s needed. It never hurts! 
  • There are many different kinds of lotions out there these days: cream, gel, oil, you name it! This article will show you how to find out which one is right for you!