1.for normal skin

The CeraVe Daily Moisturizing Lotion with Hyaluronic Acid and Ceramides for $9.97

f you’re one of the select few people with a face that’s not too drying or too oily, you’re most likely able to get away with using any type of moisturizer to care for your skin. Since you have a skin type that’s okay with anything, select a basic moisturizer that offers hydration and re-enforces your skin’s moisture barrier. The CeraVe Daily Moisturizing Lotion with Hyaluronic Acid and Ceramides do just that without leaving your skin greasy, making it a good moisturizer all year round.


2. for oily skin

The Era Organics Natural face moisturizer cream $18.00

If your face is constantly covered with an oily sheen or find yourself break out constantly, you’ll need a moisturizer that is oil-free and non-comedogenic. The Era Organics Natural face moisturizer cream is non-greasy and has skin loving ingredients such as organic aloe vera, Manuka honey, coconut oil, Shea butter, and blue green algae…to name a few. Since this moisturizer is non-pore-clogging but super moisturizing, you’ll find it doing a great job keeping your face matte and super hydrated.



3. For sensitive skin

The SKIN&LAB – Medicica Calming Cream  $ 16.11

The product contains Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E) and green cica magic capsules . so I suggest massaging the product lightly to slightly melt the product into the face and neck. Good for both morning and night use. This cream has no artificial scent and is incredibly light weight and soothing upon application to the skin. It helped to reduce any redness or inflammation on my face with noticeable results the next day. After using it for a while I can see that my skin seems much more moisturized and less fatigued in appearance than before. I recommend this product for all skin types but particularly for those with combination, sensitive, or oily skin.


5. For acne prone skin


Those with acne prone skin might have heard about the amazing benefits of reducing inflammation with tea-tree oil. Look no further! This natural and organic moisturizer has all the properties of tea tree oil along with salicylic, zinc, St. John’s Wort, White Willow Extract, Aloe Vera, Pomegranate Seeds, and burdock which not only helps soothe and calm inflammation but also hydrate and brighten the skin.



6. Best Moisturizer For Combination Skin & Skin Concerns

The First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream Intense Hydration $32.00

For those with a mix of both oily and dry areas on your face and/or skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis, or rashes, don’t be alarmed by the thick texture of this moisturizer! The First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream Intense Hydration contains key ingredients like colloidal oatmeal, Shea butter, Allantoin, and Antioxidants like Licorice Root, Feverfew, and White tea extracts to soothe, soften, and hydrate the skin. Apparently it’s very good for people with skin conditions as well, since the medicated formula helps bring relief to cracked, inflamed, and dry skin. So it is a verry multi-purpose moisturizer!


7. Best Moisturizer For Dry Skin

the BeeFriendly Face and Eye Cream $ 31.49

For those with dry skin, you’ll need a thick and heavy duty moisturizer to add extra hydration to the skin because your skin isn’t producing enough natural oils. If you’re also the type of person who likes environmental-friendly, all natural and organic moisturizers, the BeeFriendly Face and Eye Cream may be something to consider. This thick cream is gentle enough to use all over your face, eyes, neck, and décolleté, and it contains olive oil, beeswax with pollen & propolis, Raw Hawaiian Honey with royal jelly, essential oils, and vitamin E to leave your skin feeling incredibly soft, “youthful”, and “radiant”.


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