We’ve all been there: finally splashing out on a widely-raved about face cream or serum, only to find the results dissatisfying. But before you dismiss the reviews or the product altogether, sometimes it’s important to consider if you’ve in fact bought something totally unsuitable for you. Since everyone’s skin is different, there’s no reason why a certain product works equally well for everyone. Sure, if you have acne-prone skin, chances are you will not be slathering on a cream that’s formulated for extremely dry skin and hoping for the best because using an unsuitable cream will only worsen your skin condition. However, things can get a little more complicated than that, so in order to shop effectively, it’s important to understand the ingredients that you’re putting onto your skin.
For example, if you have oily skin, it is advisable to avoid rich creams. Instead, try oil-free formulas that are non-comedogenic, which means they do not clog pores while providing skin with non-stop hydration. You can also look out for products that contain ingredients that help regulate sebum production to keep your complexion shine-free. On the other hand, if you have dehydrated skin, pick products that contain hydrating ingredients like hyaluronic acid to replenish and restore skin’s moisture levels so it regain its plumpness again. As for those facing a loss of elasticity, opt for products that contain fatty acids. not only do they help soothe and strengthen skin’s barrier function, some fatty acids like Omega 6 help support collagen synthesis and limit its breakdown. Below, some moisturisers that might work for you.
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