People have been moisturizing skin since ancient times. Whether it was castor and sesame oils used in Ancient Egypt, berries and olive oil used by the Greeks, or milk, honey, and herbs popular in the Renaissance era – the common theme – moisturizing skincare!
It is January, we are indoors more than ever, and our skin is DRY!! It is not a new phenomenon that we need to apply nutrients to keep our skin healthy, moisturized and protected, but now is when we need to do it most.
When looking at moisturizers make you sure you look for:
Quality ingredients! Look for ingredients that look familiar to those you would find in your kitchen.
Light consistency. A cream doesn’t have to be thick to provide good moisture, it is the quality and efficacy of the ingredients that are most important.
Serums and Oils are a must! Mix these with your moisturizer, and don’t be afraid if you have oily skin already