Here’s why this is the best moisturizer for dry skin.
- It tackles the 2 main causes of dry skin: a compromised barrier and a lack of moisture thanks to niacinamide, ceramide complex, and hyaluronic acid.
- It comes in a violet Miron glass bottle which ensures total protection from UV rays. UV rays are the major offender when it comes to degradation of active ingredients, thus shortening shelf life. Discover how the packaging plays a major role in stability here.
- It is reasonably priced while still containing excellent quality ingredients at their optimal concentration. How this is possible? Actually this not hard at all when you’re ready to sacrifice part of the profit for a bigger cause- we are on a mission to radically change the beauty industry. No more false marketing claims, fake before and after pictures, and hefty prices.
- Full formula disclosure so you know exactly what you’re paying for (see the third image). We have nothing to hide. How many companies do you know that do that?
We always recommend NOT to buy a moisturizer unless your skin really needs it – which means it is dry.
But wait…you might have dehydrated skin ! There’s a difference between dry and dehydrated skin. The latter benefits more from our hyaluronic acid serum.
Dry skin is a skin type that refers to the lack of lipids or sebum (natural “oil). Dry skin looks dry :)), flaky and rough. This skin type benefits from the use of a daily moisturizer.
Dehydrated skin is a temporary skin condition that we all experience from time to time, especially if we don’t drink enough water or smoke. This condition’s hallmark is a dull lackluster tone. Skin appears thin and fine lines are more evident. Sensitive skin can sometimes be dehydrated, too. If you have dehydrated skin, you’re better off using hyaluronic acid and here’s why.