A radiant skin and a luminous complexion are the ultimate secret of an appropriate day care. Without a doubt, if you want to provide the right care for your face, it is very important to understand your skin type. The choice of the moisturizing day cream will depend essentially on the characteristics of your skin.
What is your skin type ?
Human biodiversity has meant that we don't all have the same skin types. Thick, thin, clear or mixed skin, sensitive or enduring, each skin has its own particularities. Therefore, you should first know your skin type before choosing your moisturizing day cream. Basically, we will classify skin according to its sebum production, from dry skin to oily skin, including combination and normal skin.
Normal skin and oily skin: the differenceObserve the T-zone that traces the forehead, nose and chin. If your skin is normal, this area will remain matt. You will also have an even complexion on the rest of the mixed skin of the face. On the contrary, an oily skin will have an excessive production of sebum which explains a light highlighting on the T-zone and dilated pores.
Combination skin is halfway between normal and dry skin. Indeed, this skin can be too oily on the T-zone and drier on the rest of the face. This complexity makes the treatment of mixed skin difficult. You should only refer to mixe skin care when choosing your moisturizer.
Finally, dry skin lacks hydrolipidic protection due to its low production of sebum which makes it very vulnerable to external aggressions. You will often have an uncomfortable burning and tingling sensation after an exfoliating or cleansing treatment. Each skin therefore deserves a treatment that meets its needs and comfort.
Apply the moisturizing cream that best suits your skin
Some treatments may appeal to you, but if they don't match your skin type, it's better to deprive yourself of them. Like troublemakers, they can cause allergic reactions and furthermore they can weaken the hydrolipidic film, the skin's protective barrier. So which moisturizing cream should you apply to your skin?