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How To use Moisturizer ☺️
Skin & Body
We know the basics: Moisturizer keeps skin hydrated and fortified. We know we’re supposed to wear it and make it part of our daily routine. Beyond the basics though, there’s a lot we don’t know about moisturizer, like which one we’re supposed to use and the correct way to apply it.
1. The way you apply moisturizer can actually make you look older. Even though you are applying hydration and nutrients directly onto your skin, if you apply from top to bottom, you may be doing more harm than good. This is because applying from top to bottom causes you to continuously tug down
2. You should never skip your evening skin care routine. You’ve heard that it is important to use a good moisturizer at night, and there actually is science behind that tip. During the night, our bodies lose a lot of water, so using a good moisturizer will ensure you that your skin does not get too
3. You must pay attention to your skin’s specific needs. People with dry skin may need to moisturize more often than people with regular or oily skin. However, that is not to say that people with oily skin should not moisturize. Moisturizers do much more than simply help hydrate dry skin
4. You may need different moisturizers for different areas of your skin. For instance, a moisturizer may be great for your skin, but don’t consider using it as an eye cream. Those are very specific and address different needs. And if you have facial areas that are far more dry or oily than others
5. The best times to moisturize your skin are generally after you shave, exfoliate or bathe. Shaving and exfoliating normally lead to the removal of dead skin cells, but they can also strip your skin of natural and essential oils, so it is important to replenish with a good moisturizer
6. Some occasions require more moisture than others. For example, during the winter it might be necessary to moisturize your skin more often, or you may need to switch to a heavier, more hydrating moisturizer. During the summer when your skin is oilier, consider switching to a lighter moisturizer