THE BEST MOISTURIZERS FOR OILY SKIN!!!
The 11 Best Moisturizers to Use Based on Your Skin Type
If you don’t have any particular skin care concerns (lucky you!) but are looking to maintain your skin’s health and prevent issues from arising, stick with a protective moisturizer like this one. It contains antioxidants to prevent aging from environmental stressors and shields skin from sun damage with SPF 30, so you can keep on living your best, clear-skin life.
If you've jumped on the color-correcting bandwagon, you're familiar with using opposite shades on the color wheel to cancel out discoloration. If redness and acne are concerns of yours, this green-tinted treatment, which has the consistency of a cream, will neutralize your skin tone and replace your need for concealer (seriously). In addition to offering makeup-like coverage, it uses tiger grass to get to the root of the issue and reduce inflammation and calm irritation.
If you regularly deal with breakouts, then you're familiar with this process: A zit pops up, so you slather on a topical treatment, which then dries out the skin around your zit, creating pore-blocking flakes. If this sounds like your life story, you need an oil-free moisturizer. This lightweight mineral lotion uses squalane and hyaluronic acid to repair your broken skin barrier without causing more breakouts.
If you use a slew of topical acne treatments every day, you need a moisturizer that you can seamlessly integrate into your already-extensive routine. This oil-free lotion was created to work harmoniously with—and layer evenly over—products containing common acne-fighting ingredients, such as AHAs and BHAs. It also contains birch sap, which soothes sensitized skin.
It sounds counterintuitive to moisturize an oilier complexion, but it's necessary if you want healthy-looking skin. Just because your skin produces excess sebum (oil) that doesn't mean it's hydrated (dehydration leads to overproduction of oil, which results in a shiny face). So, instead of using thick creams, opt for gels and light lotions with a thin consistency, which won't clog your pores and cause breakouts. This one has a runny, watery texture that applies like a light serum and provides just enough moisture.
If you experience dryness on your cheeks and oiliness in your T-zone, you have what's called combination skin. To properly treat both types at once, you need a lightweight gel that'll provide just enough hydration to your dryer areas without overloading your oilier spots with too much product. This cream moisturizes while mattifying for a balanced complexion.
If your skin is easily irritated by—or reacts negatively to—many different products, stick with simple formulas. This fragrance-free, hypoallergenic cream relies on just seven ingredients, including shea butter and glycerin, to gently replenish moisture.
The causes of dehydrated skin can vary from diet to weather, which means you can temporarily experience dehydration no matter what your skin type is. When skin isn't sufficiently moisturized, it'll compensate by producing more oil, which can cause more breakouts. The fix? Using a water-based cream, like this one, to replenish any H2O your skin lacks.
To care for dehydrated skin, stick to products that are loaded with oils, which is what your skin lacks. This cream contains a blend of six oils as well as a sodium hyaluronate cross-polymer, which is a form of hyaluronic acid with a smaller molecular weight for deeper penetration, and, as a result, ultimate hydration.
Many factors can contribute to a compromised skin barrier, such as harsh soaps and over-exfoliation. And when your skin's outer layer is dry, bacteria can enter the cracks and potentially cause irritation and moisture loss. So, how can you fix it? By restoring lost lipids, aka molecules that hydrate. This cream, packed with lipid-rich oils, replenishes the moisture needed for proper light reflection, which is what makes your skin glow.
Unfortunately, good, old-fashioned aging also contributes to a depletion of lipids and a weak barrier. The result is dry, dehydrated skin with fine lines and wrinkles. This velvety cream contains ceramides, cholesterol, and fatty acids—all lipids that naturally occur in the skin—in a ratio of 1:2:1, the optimal amount for replenishment and protection.
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