From the best drugstore moisturizer to the ideal options for dry and acne-prone skin.
While you may still be learning about the complexities of skincare, you have likely realized the importance of finding the best facial moisturizer. Especially towards the end of winter, our complexions are likely to feel flaky and paler than ever. Fortunately, there are moisturizers on the market that will improve practically every single skin problem. From a lightweight gel for acne-prone skin to a night cream that promises better-looking skin in the morning, here are 12 of the best facial moisturizers to invest in now.
With a price of fewer than 25 euros per jar (or bottle), this product is one of the best in the drugstore. The moisturizer from Cetaphil, which is equipped with hyaluronic acid, is great for people with sensitive skin, as it contains few, but moisturizing ingredients that are quickly absorbed by the skin.
"Detail Hydrating Lotion" from Cetaphil
Marc Jacobs' gel cream supplies the skin with powerful enzymes that regulate uneven texture and moisture. It's also the designer's favorite product - and doubles as the perfect make-up primer.
"Youthquake Hydraplump Retexturizing" by Marc Jacobs
Suffering from dry skin all year round is no pleasure. Our tip? Augustinus Bader's moisturizer, tested by celebrities and models, contains the same amino acids that are used in his medicinal burn gel.
"The Rich Cream" by Agustinus Bader
Do you have flaky, dry skin? Then look for a healing balm. After properly exfoliating, apply a restorative product with herbal ingredients, such as B. The Blue Cocoon by May Lindstrom. It provides instant relief and turns into a creamy oil when massaged into the skin. The Brightening Night Balm from Epara feels supple on the skin thanks to mango seed butter, shea butter, oatmeal extract, and coconut oil - perfect for everyone with extremely dehydrated skin.
"The Blue Cocoon Beauty Balm Concentrate" by May Lindstrom Skin
"Brightening Night Balm" by Epara
Oil-free and mattifying ingredients are key for people prone to acne. Try the clarifying cream from Dr. Barbara Sturm with zinc, which prevents impurities, and whitening bistort root extract.
"Clarifying Face Cream" by Dr. Barbara Sturm
For skin that could use some radiance, consider adding an illuminating formula to your routine. La Prairie's classic white caviar cream promises to lighten unsightly dark spots, while Ole Henriksen's cream uses vitamin C and shea butter to help combat pale complexions and signs of aging.
"White Caviar Crème Extraordinaire" from La Prairie
"C-Rush Brightening Double Cream" by Ole Henriksen
Fine lines and dry spots are no problem for this all-round moisturizer. The Sobel Skin cream tested by the editors provides the skin with a dose of hyaluronic acid, while the iconic classic formula from La Mer luxuriously soothes and heals the skin.
"Crème De La Mer" by La Mer
"Bio Hyaluronic Moisturizing Cream" from Sobel Skin RX
Those looking for an antiaging regimen should consider the following two-step approach: For daytime comfort, take Biossance's all-natural formula, which contains a secret combination of lipids to support the skin's barrier. Apply Murad's Retinol Enriched Night Cream at night - Niacinamide and Tri-Active technology combats the appearance of wrinkles and uneven skin tone for smoother skin the next morning.
"Squalane + Omega Repair Cream" from Biossance
"Retinol Youth Renewal Night Cream" by Murad