Moisturizer cream is one of the basic skincare products with multiple benefits. By exploring its "potential," we can maximize its efficacy.
Moisturizer cream is primarily used to replenish moisture and nutrients to the skin, as well as to control sebum production and brighten the complexion, making it an essential item on every girl's dressing table. As the name suggests, a moisturizer cream keeps the skin hydrated, improves surface texture, and evens out skin tone. It is also easy to use and thus, a favorite among many.
Moisturizer cream differs from regular facial creams as it has higher water content and stronger moisture-locking properties. It keeps the skin radiant and moisturized with its excellent moisture retention capability, which even creams cannot match. Moisturizer cream also has a good humidity regulating effect and is more suitable for use in autumn and winter, where the skin is usually dehydrated due to the dry weather. However, in summer, except for dry skin, other skin types are not suitable to use a moisturizer cream.
Moisturizes the eye area. Mix a small amount of nutritious toner into an almost empty facial cream jar. Stir it slowly with a cotton swab, then add eye mask paper to let it soak up the mixture. Place the mask paper under the eyes for hydration.
Moisturizes the skin. Apply a thick layer of moisturizer cream to problem areas before applying makeup. Wait 3-5 minutes, then massage and blend the moisturizer cream into the skin. Not only does this improve dryness, but it also makes makeup cling better.
Provides nourishment to skin. Apply moisturizer cream to areas such as elbows, knees, and heels, which are prone to dryness and cracks. This will result in excellent moisturization without leaving a greasy feeling on the skin.
Provides a natural-looking makeup finish. Mix foundation and moisturizer cream in a 1:1 ratio to achieve a natural and transparent finish. This is more moisturizing than using a lotion to mix.
Delays the signs of aging. By retaining moisture, a moisturizer cream can slow down the appearance of common signs of skin dehydration, such as peeling, fine lines, and roughness.