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Moisturizer & Cream

Dry skin is an uncomfortable condition that can affect people of all ages. It can be caused by a variety of factors, including low humidity levels and harsh weather conditions.

If you suffer from dry skin, then you know how unpleasant it can be to feel tight and flaky. The problem usually worsens during the winter months when heating systems are turned on full blast.

Moisturizer and creams products are specially formulated to help your skin retain its natural moisture, making it softer and smoother than before! With our moisturizing cream for face, body & hands or lotion for face & body, you’ll have healthier looking skin in no time at all! We offer fast shipping on every order so buy now while supplies last!

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Moisturizing creams are the same as moisturizing lotions, but they usually have a thicker consistency because of their higher percentage of humectants. The exact mixture depends on your skin type and how much moisturization your skin needs to feel soft and smooth. Most people use moisturizer daily, whether they use lotion or cream. The main differences between lotions and creams are texture, consistency, absorption speed, fragrance, price and thickness of the product. Moisturizers help hydrate skin by drawing water from the dermis (the middle layer of skin) to the epidermis (the outermost layer of skin). Moisturizers are classified as either a cream or a lotion. They both have the same purpose, however they do have some key differences. The moisturizer can be applied all over, or used in specific areas such as your hands and feet to reduce cracking and dryness.

When it comes to choosing the best cream or lotion, you must decide what your skin type is. Keep in mind that your primary objective should be to hydrate your skin enough for it not to get dry. Most dermatologists believe it's important for people to use a moisturizer with an SPF of at least 30 during daylight hours. When looking for the right product, consider your skin type. If you have dry skin , look for a cream or lotion that contains more oil. For people with oily skin , choose one with less oil to reduce the chance of breakouts. Creams are thicker than lotions because they contain more oil, so if you have oily skin, a lotion may be a better choice. Creams and lotions are similar in that they both come in an array of forms and textures, from lightweight to facial moisturizers for oily skin. If you have acne-prone skin , choose a product with less oil -- or no oil at all -- to avoid clogged pores.

It's best to use a moisturizer before using any type of cream. This will help the moisturizer lock in the moisture. Moisturizers are available to hydrate and protect your skin against dryness, irritants and environmental damage. Moisturizers can be found in many forms, including liquids, creams, ointments and gels. They're intended for both face and body use -- but are more commonly used on the face. Moisturizers are used to reduce dryness, so they hydrate the skin. Since they contain water and lipids, they help the skin stay soft and smooth. Moisturizers keep your skin from drying out by reducing evaporation of water from the outer layer of your skin.

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