Besides cleansers, moisturizers are probably the most well known product when it comes to a skincare routine. Sadly, many people still have the wrong perception about moisturizing. Oily and acne-prone skins often refuse to moisturize their skin as they already have an overload of sebum as there is. Also, some people regard moisturizers as medicated creams that are necessary only when skin troubles arise.

Moisturizers are essential for any well-rounded skincare ritual. They enhance the penetration of face oils and serums as well as offering additional protection from environmental pollution, such as sun and air pollutant. Moisturizers come in different forms, ranging from watery-gel to sticky-balm type depending on their water content. Water-based moisturizers are best for oily, combination, and normal skin types. Balms are moisturizers that are formulated with almost zero water and offer a deeper hydration. Even though they are amazing for dry or mature skin types, they can be quite uncomfortable for use in tropical countries, where humidity levels are high. I strongly recommend them to be applied at night on areas of concern until skin feels moisturized.

Always analyze your skin once in a while to see if the products you are using now are adequate for your skin condition. As we age, our skin gradually becomes drier and your current moisturizer may not be suitable for your skin.

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