What Moisturizer/Serum Is Best For Your Skin?
Im so glad you are asking. This question is an important one as so many people are interested in learning what skincare products are best for them and it is a complicated answer.
While most of the brands that I believe in are available on my website, what is best for your skin is contingent upon so many factors including:How old are you?
- Where do you live?
- What is your lifestyle? Do you exercise regularly? Do you eat a balanced, healthy diet?
- Do you travel often? Do you spend a lot of time outdoors?
- How would you describe your skin?
- What are your main skincare concerns? Fine lines and wrinkles, rosacea, acne, etc.,
- What is your budget?
- How many steps do you prefer in your skincare regimen? Simple or more complicated?
These are the questions you should think about when purchasing a moisturizer. Once I have all of the information, I can give you a proper prescription for your unique skin. It is always important to remember the you should not do what your friends do , as their skin is different from yours.
Below are some suggestions for great moisturizers based on your skin condition.
Best for Dry Dehydrated Skin
Repair Serum is great for skin types ( sun-damaged, redness, sensitive). This serum reduces puffiness, improves skin’s structure , prevents free radical damage, repairs and stabilizes cell membranes to help prevent future damage and repairs and stabilizes cell membranes to help prevent future damage.
- Retains over 1000 times its weight in water and plumps the skin naturally
- Our age preventative serum works to improve hydration
- Smooths and lessen the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
- Assists skin with psoriasis and eczema
Best For Mature or Menopausal Skin
- Reduces wrinkles and fine lines
- Brightens skin and controls acne
- The perfect balance between high level results and extremely low irritation
- Anti-Aging Serum
- Brightens and stops new age spots from forming
- Provides nutrients for optimal healthy skin
- Assists the skins desire to repair itself