Moisturizing is one of the core steps needed to keep your skin healthy. Different moisturizers can accomplish different tasks, though they all have one goal in common and that is balancing the moisture levels of the skin. Whether you have oily skin and you are trying to reduce sebum production or have dry skin and can't seem to keep your skin hydrated enough, choosing the right moisturizer can be a challenging task for anyone.
We've narrowed down moisturizers by skin type to make your task at hand a little easier:
Dry to Very Dry Skin
If you rarely experience any oil in the t-zone area (forehead, nose and chin), you may have dry to very dry skin. Find out more about this skin type.
Normal to Combination Skin
If you tend to be oilier in the T zone and drier in the cheek area, you may have normal to combination skin. Find out more about this skin type.
Oily to Very Oily Skin
If you experience oiliness shortly after cleansing, you may have oily to very oily skin. Find out more about this skin type.
If your skin easily flushes with redness or reacts to products easily, you may have sensitive skin. Find out more about this skin type.